They did put all of the Sarahs in Dower, but that was long ago and rumored to be an upset employee's parting gift
Your being there is probably a coincidence (unless you discover that one or more of your roommate's is also named Sarah).
Dower is very small; there were 28 residents when I lived there, but we also had some partially empty rooms. The surrounding area has some beautiful trees and bushes, but keep in mind that the building is a converted barn ... it's only going to be so pretty. The hallways are very wide and brightly lit, and the rooms are more spacious than most first-year rooms. The entire dorm is a combination of single-room triples and three-room quads (two small sleeping rooms, one mid-sized common room). There's a living room, a bathroom on each floor, a kitchen, and a laundry room.
The building isn't much farther away than the New Dorms, and the campus really isn't big enough to warrant a bicycle. Some students do have them, but, by the time you've gone to the bike rack, picked up your bike, ridden to the bike rack nearest your building, put the bike away, and walked to the door ... it's often just as quick to walk. The exception is if you're riding to the sports center--that's quicker on bike, but still only 15 minutes or so by leisurely foot.
By and large, Dower has a great sense of community, and it's a fun place to live. I liked it.