203 is on the corner of Pike and Harvard and features a large bay window where the dining room table sits, giving a great view down to the street. This apartment is approx. 750 sq ft.
There are two bedrooms: one has a queen bed, the other has two adult-sized (extra long) twins. The sofa in the living room is a sleeper made by American Leather. It has a queen-sized foam bed on a solid platform and is very comfortable for a sleeper.
There is one bathroom with a combination tub/shower. The kitchen is small but efficient. It has a full sized fridge, a four burner electric stove with oven, a large microwave, coffee maker, toaster, blender and all the cookware needed to cook in the apartment, including basics like oil, spices, etc.
There are three TVs in this apartment. In the kitchen and master bedroom there are 40" TV's, it is a 32" in the second bedroom, and all feature dish network and DVD players.
The master has a queen bed, good closet space and lots of drawer space between the nightstands and the dresser. The desk doubles as a make-up table. We hung lamps on the wall to leave more space on the night stands. Each has a clock and room for your books, phones, etc., just like home.
The second bedroom has two adult sized twins. Unlike normal twins these are the length of a queen sized bed, so they're long enough for a tall person. This room also has good storage between the little closet, the dresser and the night stand.
The apartment building was originally and up until we bought it a place with little tiny apartments sharing a bath in the hallway. This apartment was originally three and they all shared the bath. They were little apartments but for over a hundred years people lived in them that way.