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650 Mayfield Exterior. Credit: Residential and Dining Enterprises

Row: 650 Mayfield

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Formerly known as Slavianskii Dom, remnant decorations sprinkle the house as 650 Mayfield strives to bring vibrant, wholesome, inclusive energy to its house, neighborhood, and the Upper Row. 

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Our house provides Stanford housing’s most coveted amenities: you can live your Haikyu!! dreams on a sand volleyball pit, duel it out with two ping pong tables, study in a cottagecore-esque library, picnic on a grandiose front-lawn, or use the nestled backyard perfect for concerts, bonfires, and evenings under the stars. Food brings people together in 650; our chef makes phenomenal food in the spacious kitchen and our dining room echoes with chatter and laughter. If you’re curious about house traditions, we allege new ones every other week.650 Mayfield is a non-greek, non-theme, turquoise-colored (arguably blue or green) self-op that serves the looks, charm, and clout of the Upper Row.

Neighborhood Location

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Neighborhood N (2021-22): Crothers, Toyon, 620 Mayfield, 650 Mayfield, Durand, Hammarskjöld, Kappa Sigma, Pluto, Robert Moore North (Well House), Roth, and apartments in Mirrielees and EVGR-A

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Neighborhood A (2022-23 and beyond): Stern, Columbae, Delta Delta Delta, Mars, Sigma Nu, and apartments in Mirrielees and EVGR-A

Exterior photograph of 650 Mayfield.
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For more information about 650 Mayfield and other self-op residences visit the Residential & Dining Enterprises website