Spacious Cambridge flat just 10 min walk from Harvard Square. Beloved home of Harvard alums. Quick walk to all neighborhood amenities and Harvard campus. Full kitchen w/ dishwasher, two bedrooms w/ queen beds, window A/C, in-unit laundry.
Spacious Cambridge flat just 10 minutes from Harvard or Porter Squares. You're also right next to Harvard's campus—my husband and I both went to the divinity school and walked to class every day.
The space can sleep up to four, with two on the queen bed in the master bedroom and two on the queen bed in the second bedroom.
I'll make sure you have everything you need for your stay: clean and comfortable bedding, hair dryer, fresh towels, iron and ironing board, full-length mirror in the bedroom—and a Nespresso coffee maker. The kitchen has a gas stove, with new appliances and plenty of work space.
I am available over email, text, or phone and happy to offer advice and help with your stay. I'm out of town, though, so the place is entirely yours!
You'll have the second floor, left side unit in a house originally built back in the 1800s and converted for condo living in our modern era. I rarely hear any noise from the apartments around me, but please be kind and keep it down at night. With such intimate neighbors, I don't recommend my place for families with young kids or active teenagers.
I'm in the third year of my PhD in Religion at Harvard. I work primarily on the writings of John Calvin, and I'm interested in the twin themes of perception and reading in early modern Europe. The big question that drives my work is: how do books change us? I investigate this by looking specifically about how theological texts shape their readers' perception.