Escondido Village Low-Rise Apartments

Escondido Village Low-Rises Exterior

Escondido Village Low-Rises

 

Rates           Apartment Layouts           Common Areas           General Information           Furnishings           Accessibility

 

Overview

The core of Escondido Village is home to students with children, couples without children, and single graduate students in one- to three-bedroom flats and townhouses. These apartments are located in one- and two-story low-rise buildings. Purposely designed to avoid an institutional feel, the buildings are arranged in clusters of two or three amidst grassy fields, picnic areas, and communal courtyards.

All family apartments have two stories, fenced patios and access to gated play areas. A limited number of couples without children may be assigned to one-bedrooms with a den and two-bedroom apartments, depending on demand.

The low-rise apartments are going through a multi-year renovation. Residents should expect to relocate to a renovated low-rise apartment when their building is due for construction.

 

Rates 2022-23

Room Type

Monthly Rate (per student)

Occupancy

Contract Length

Number of Spaces Average Square Footage

SINGLE GRADUATE HOUSING

 

 

 

 

 

2 bedroom, 1 bath

$1445

double

full-year & quarterly

178 650

3 bedroom, 1 bath

$1261

triple

full-year & quarterly

105 800

COUPLE WITHOUT CHILDREN HOUSING

 

 

 

 

 

1 bedroom, 1 bath $2350
(per apartment)
couple full-year

35

450
1 bedroom, 1 bath with den $2676 
(per apartment)
two-student couple full-year

5

700
2 bedroom, 1 bath $2890
(per apartment)
couple full-year

26

740

STUDENT WITH CHILDREN HOUSING

 

 

 

 

 

2 bedroom, 1 bath $2552
(per apartment)
couple with one to three children or student-parent with one to four children full-year

131

740
3 bedroom, 1 bath $3085
(per apartment)
couple with two to five children or student-parent with two to six children full-year

64

875
1 bedroom, 1 bath $2350
(per apartment)
couple with one child or student-parent with one to two children full-year

varies

450
1 bedroom, 1 bath with den $2676
(per apartment)
couple with one child or student-parent with one to two children full-year

varies

700

Residence Video
Escondido Village Low-Rises

Apartment Layouts

Two Bedroom

One-Bath
178 spaces
650 Sq. ft.

 

Three Bedroom

One-Bath
111 spaces
800 Sq. ft.

One Bedroom

One-Bath
35 apartments
450 Sq. ft.

One Bedroom with den

One-Bath
5 apartments
700 Sq. ft.

Two Bedroom

One-Bath
26 apartments
740 Sq. ft.

Two Bedroom

One-Bath
131 apartments
740 Sq. ft.

Three Bedroom

One-Bath
64 apartments
875 Sq. ft.

Residence Common Areas

Volleyball, Basketball and Tennis Courts
Escondido Village has a paved volleyball court, basketball court and tennis courts in the center of the village near McFarland. Courts are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Barbecue Area
Barbecue grills and picnic tables are located throughout EV, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Meeting Rooms
Escondido Village residents may reserve meeting rooms in the Graduate Community Center and the Kennedy Great Room, among others. Please contact the Graduate Community Center or the Escondido Village Graduate Residences Housing Service Center for further information.  

Computer Clusters
Residents of Escondido Village low-rise apartments have access to two computer clusters: one in Hulme 1st floor and one in the lobby of Blackwelder. These computer clusters are equipped with workstation/desktop computers, laser printers, and various software applications. All computer clusters can be accessed with your student ID or courtesy card.

Laundry Rooms
Some EV apartments include hookups for students who want to bring their own clothes washers and dryers, but they must be Energy Star rated. One laundry room is located near the Escondite Cottage, and additional laundry facilities are located in the high- and mid-rise buildings. Rent includes Student Housing’s "Just Like Home" laundry program, which gives residents unlimited use; no coins or cards required.­ Residents in EV are assigned to specific laundry rooms (based on location) for capacity and volume purposes.

Community Garden
Escondido Village boasts a community garden, located between Hulme and Barnes.­ The application for a plot in the garden can be found online:­ 
https://www.stanford.edu/group/EVgarden/

Exterior Landscape and Storage Policies
Visit 
Exteriors and Storage for information on permitted and restricted outdoor activities ­in R&DE Student Housing, including the approved exterior patio coverings and storage containers.

General Information

Residence Name

Escondido Village Low-Rise Apartments Map

Neighborhood 

Escondido Village

Mailing Address

Building number, Street name,
Apartment number, Stanford, CA 94305

Example:
118 Jenkins Court, #101

 

Housing Service Center

Kennedy Housing Service Center (Buildings 1-54)

Escondido Village Graduate Residences Housing Service Center (Buildings 55-94)

Custodial Service

Common areas are university-managed. Apartments are not serviced while occupied.

Dining Service

All apartments have kitchens. Students may also purchase a graduate meal plan from R&DE Stanford Dining.​

 

Furnishings

General

Bedroom

Living/Dining

Kitchen

Cable TV capability

Extra-long twin bed (single students)
Queen bed (1-bedrooms and couples 2-bedrooms)
Queen bed plus extra-long twin bed in each bedroom (families)

Coffee table

Refrigerator/freezer

Multiple high-speed internet connections

Desk and chair

Dining room table

Electric stove

Telephone and telephone line

Dresser

Sofa

Self-cleaning oven

Wall-to-wall carpeting

Mirror

Two chairs

Sink with garbage disposal

Window coverings

Nightstand

Two to four dining chairs

Some units have hookups for washer and dryer (machines are not provided)*

Note: Students who want to bring their own bed may store the university bed at their own expense. No storage is available for unneeded furniture. Students provide their own cookware, dishes, utensils, towels, and other kitchen items.

*Appliances must be Energy Star rated.

 

Sustainability

Escondido Village is connected to the campus Central Energy Facility which supplies hot and chilled water for heating and cooling. The energy plant reduces greenhouse gas emissions for the campus by 68% per year, and water consumption by 33% compared to the previous steam plant. The plant reduces energy used to heat and cool residential buildings by 40%.