Is a very very very fine house
2006 Sherman was a house, until my landlord bought it and carved out 6 apartments. I got the rooms at the top of the building – my ceiling is kinked in two places, matching the contours of our roof. Unfortunately, the structure of this house has made my apartment a Pullman. Bedrooms are on the right of a small hallway; the bathroom and kitchen are on the right. Everything bleeds into a sizeable den.
With a push, I’d admit that the bathroom is the apartment’s greatest weakness. It’s barely big enough to allow an average sized man to stand up straight and extend his arms.
But everything works – especially the DSL connection. I’m pretty sure I could live in a cave constructed from my own waste if I had DSL.