Though the house was originally dedicated in 1969, chapter struggles led to the house being sold in the mid 90’s. The house was repurchased in 2014 and has been occupied by the chapter since then.

The house has a chapter room that is used for meetings and studying, as well as a small library study room. There is a commercial kitchen and a residential kitchenette, with multipurpose space used as a dining room. There is a dedicated lounge room for watching tv.

Double occupancy rooms have bunk beds, however there are no other furnishings provided for the bedrooms. The common spaces may have furniture that belongs to the chapter.

Regional Manager: Adam Simha

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