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George Page D and E Apartments

Also known as D-block and E-block

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Overview

Built in 1966, the George Page Residential Complex is organized in 4 blocks of apartments situated around a grassy courtyard.

D-block and E-block contain two-bedroom apartments where undergraduate students live.

All George Page residents have access to a common area, which contains sofas, tables, chairs, restrooms, a large patio area, and on-site campus mail boxes.

View the George Page Residential Complex on the Pepperdine campus map.

Two-Bedroom Apartments (D-block and E-block)

Specifications and Furniture

  • Each 715-square foot apartment is furnished, and contains two bedrooms, one bathroom, living area, and a kitchen.
  • Each bedroom contains 2 extra-long twin beds, two desks/chairs, two shelving units, two dressers, and two closets.
  • The bathrooms has two sinks, one shower, and one toilet.
  • The kitchen is equipped with a gas stove/oven, refrigerator and a sink with disposal. Apartment residents are welcome to bring a microwave.
  • The living area has a sofa, coffee table, end table and a dining table with four chairs.
  • Apartments in George Page D-block and E-block are not air-conditioned.

View a floorplan of a two-bedroom apartment in George Page (D-block and E-block)

Who lives in George Page (D-block and E-block)

Mostly Seaver juniors and seniors.

Rates

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