Scholars' Housing

Reese House
The Fellows' Residence at 9 Regent Street

Reese HouseThe American Antiquarian Society opened its renovated Fellows' Residence at 9 Regent Street in May 2010. In October 2018, the house was named in honor of the memory of the Society’s esteemed councilor William “Bill” Reese (1955-2018).

Reese House is located next to the main library building, just beyond the staff parking lot. It is building "E" on the campus map. The house has central air conditioning, a full kitchen, laundry facilities, and wireless Internet. There are eight bedrooms, including one that is handicapped-accessible. Linens and towels are provided; parking is on-street; and pets and children are not permitted.

For additional information, please contact Michaela Koller at mkoller@mwa.org. Reservation requests must be made by email to mkoller@mwa.org.

Room Descriptions

  • First floor
    Room 101 has a twin bed and private bath and is handicapped accessible.
  • Second floor
    Rooms 201 and 202 each have a double bed and share a bath adjoining both rooms.
    Room 203 has a queen bed, and Room 204 a double bed.
    They share a bath accessed from the hall.
  • Third floor
    Rooms 301, 302, and 303 each have a twin bed and share 1-1/2 baths accessed from the hall.

 

The Fellows' Residence at 4 Regent Street

4 Regent StreetLocated directly across from Antiquarian Hall, 4 Regent Street has been an AAS property since 2016. It is building "F" on the campus map.

Room Descriptions

  • Second floor
    Room 420 has a queen bed, an attached office, and a private bath.
    Room 421 and room 422 each have a queen bed.
    Rooms 421 and 422 share a bath accessed from the hall.


Rate Schedule

  Reese House rooms 101, 201, 202, 204 Reese House room 203 Reese House rooms 301, 302, 303 4 Regent room 420 4 Regent rooms 421 and 422
Weekly $200 $200 $200    
Monthly $600 $700 $500 $800 $600

 

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