Fraternity living might not be the sexiest quality to most homes, but for this University Park listing, it’s a selling point. The house was constructed in c. 1936 by the same architect behind University of Maryland, College Park's "Fraternity Row," a street filled with chapter houses originally constructed in the 1950s and 1960s for the school’s fraternities.
Don’t expect this listing to be completely identical to those seen by college students, though. As a model home, it offers a variety of attractive details, including stainless steel appliances, built-ins, and period details. Other highlights include custom recessed radiators and pine paneling.
The entire residence spans 3,045 square feet with four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The price totals $625,000, or $205 per square foot.