Our House is situated on about 26 wooded acres of land, one mile east of Rose-Hulman on Highway 40. As a former orphanage, there is ample living space spread among a half-dozen buildings, including a gym and barn. The main house and unused "boiler house" have been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Recently, the chapter has begun renovating of one of three 1950's era dormitories on the grounds. Alden Hall, scheduled to reopen in Fall 2010, will be able to house 20-30 members and will feature a new chapter room, dining hall, study rooms, and kitchen designed a Pike owned company who also designs all Wolfgang Puck restaurant kitchens. You can read more about the renovation here.
Some photos of the House are in our photo album.
For more information about our property's past, see The History of the Glenn Home.
The House sometime before 1949
The House in October 2003 from a similar angle