Notre Dame Off Campus Housing
Student HousingKramer Properties1337 Howard Street
1337 Howard Street
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Address:
1337 Howard Street
City, State & Zip:
South Bend, IN 46617
Bedrooms:
2
Occupants:
2
Bathrooms:
1
Floors:
1
Minimum Lease Term:
12 month lease
Monthly per Student:
$400
Total Monthly Price:
$800
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Website:   kramerhouses.com
This 1,000 square foot house has 1 floor, 2 bedrooms, and 1 bathroom. It is located 0.95 miles from campus. This residence has a working security system and pets are allowed. This residence is handicap accessible. If 2 students shared this place, each would pay $400 per month. Compared to living on campus, you'll save: $4,574  Show me the math
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Joey says:
This newly-remodeled two bedroom one bath home has lots of common space, an enclosed front porch and a big back yard with pond. Walking distance to campus.

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Prices shown below are per student per month.
School Year: Fall Semester Spring Semester Summer
2017 - 2018
$400 per month
$400 per month
$400 per month
2018 - 2019
$400 per month
$400 per month
$400 per month

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