This house is practically on campus. It is licensed for 12 people, has 4 bathrooms, 2 kitchens, a basement, and an alley for parking. This is where we first saw it. We still haven't seen the inside. We should be able to close the deal this week. I will keep everybody informed. The house will need a name. What kind of name is 334 Evergreen, a street and a number. I don't know the history behind Evergreen but I might guess that it is a generic street built or named in the last 100 years, possibly during the City Beautiful period. 334 screams anonymity. 334 is an abstraction in a layer cake.
Thus, the house (considering that we do lease it) will need a name. Toponymy, in it's nascent (although somewhat Hindu) form. We would not be the first nor the last to live there, thus not the first to name it. But our name will live on beyond our stay in the house. The non-existant verbalism will outlive the walls and doors.