Our Vision: A church sponsored community dedicated to serving others.
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Disciples House is a campus ministry coed residential home housing 10 students where they cooperatively live together in a diverse community. In an atmosphere of love, support and concern, residents experience and explore the value of community living. All residents participate in regular service to the community. All residents come together in a weekly community meeting.
Disciples House is open to all regardless of race, gender, religion, and sexual orientation. It is dedicated to the idea that true community is experienced only in a context where diversity is honored. If you are interested in joining us as a resident
Room for Rent
School Year 2013-2014
Photos of The House and Rooms
660 SW Madison Ave. Corvallis, OR
Units: 9 rooms and 5 bathrooms
Deposits: $150 security and $150 cleaning
Utilities Included: All plus Internet (TV & phone not included)
Restrictions: no pets, no smoking, no firearms, & no drinking in community areas.
School Year 2013-2014
- Large Room (≈320sqft) $450 per month (3)
- Large Room w2 people (340sqft) $580 per month (1)
- Med Room (≈280sqft) $420 per month (2)
- Small Room (≈220sqft) $400 per month (2)(1)
- Basement Room (≈180sqft) $360 per month (2)
Owner: First Christian Church, 602 SW Madison Ave. Corvallis, OR
Business Phone: 541-753-2671
- Cable ready
- Hardwood Floors
- Vaulted Ceiling
- Walk-in Closet
- Garbage Disposal
- Washer/dryer in house
- Furnished units available
Disciples House is a campus coed residential home housing 10 students where they cooperatively live together in a diverse community. Provided with rent: all utilities, internet, washer, dryer, kitchen with essentials, community computer, & community printer.
The Dr. George Farra house is a two and one-half story, wood frame house constructed early in the 20th century. This building has a bell cast gable roof with dormers and cross gables on the east and west elevations on the third floor. The building has two very large brick chimneys. The windows are mostly one-over-one, double hung sash set in simple surrounds. A large veranda extends along the north (front) elevation and part way on the east and west elevations. The exterior of the building is shingle. The structure is presently used for apartments.
George Farra, M.D., settled in Corvallis in 1877. Farra was born September 13, 1843, in Woodford County, Kentucky. He was the son of John R. and Martha J. Farra. Farra studied medicine with Dr. W.P. Moore and in 1875 enrolled in the University of Louisville from which he graduated in 1877. Farra became an investor in the Corvallis Water Company, the Corvallis and Eastern Railroad, and the Willamette Land and Loan Association. He built his second home in 1903. Farra married Anna Hamilton on February 9, 1873.