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Our beautiful colonial style house was built in 1919. The design fits perfectly with the architecture of Thomas Jefferson and meshes with the classic style of the academic buildings at the University of Virginia. Before the sisters of ADPi chartered the home, the house served as the fraternity house for Alpha Tau Omega.


Our beautiful house serves as a permanent home for 21 sisters who have the opportunity to be known as "House Ressies" for the year. These 21 sisters are given the chance to live in one of the three triple-occupancy bedrooms or one of the six double-occupancy bedrooms. With huge bathrooms on each floor, sisters are often found getting ready for social events together. On the main floor of the house, the living room serves as a comfortable lounge area and as the venue for our weekly chapter meetings. Sisters love to sit in the large dining room where they can enjoy food from the catering company or the homemade food in our gorgeous kitchen. 

Around 502, sisters are often found:

  • lounging on our beloved porch swing

  • studying together at the dining room table

  • relaxing next to the fire pit on the patio

  • avidly watching basketball in the living room and cheering on the Hoos!

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