For Rent: 3 Bedroom home in “FRoG” #121

For Rent: 3 Bedroom home in "FRoG" #121

A beautiful, well-maintained, 1,050 square-foot home with 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths for rent. This energy-efficient unit features an architectural passive-solar design that integrates 14-foot south-facing windows that look out onto the landscaped FROG commons.

Recent updates include all electrical outlets and switches; round LED lights that retain a “vintage” vibe; new bathroom floors, faucets, and lights; a new back-entry door with a window, and fresh paint. Community funded upgrades include new siding, a new roof, and rain gutters.

On the main floor, one finds an open kitchen/dining/living space, a north-facing bedroom, and a half-bath. The mezzanine serves as an office space or living room, and the upstairs features two bedrooms and a full bath. Use of a coveted carport, equipped with an electric vehicle charger, is included with this unit.

This unfurnished home is located in the middle of the thriving FRoG neighborhood. The FRoG Common House provides space for community meals and special events, an indoor children’s play area, meeting rooms, a guest room, an indoor sauna, and laundry. The neighborhood and village also have playgrounds, a basketball court, a woodworking shop, shared edible landscaping, and two neighborhood gardens.

The village offers access to 175 acres of land (including miles of trails for hiking and skiing), several ponds, an outdoor sauna, and two Community Supported Agriculture farms. Join this friendly and caring co-housing community located minutes from downtown Ithaca, Cornell University, and Ithaca College.

Interested parties must meet all Ecovillage membership requirements and be willing to contribute a minimum of 2-to-4 hours per-week of work to the community.

Terms: Rental terms are negotiable, but a minimum of a one-year commitment is required. No tobacco smoking or pets (the owners have allergies).

Rent per-month: $1,750, utilities included (heat, water, electricity, and Internet access).
Community meals, vehicle charging, and other elective monthly expenses are the responsibility
of the renter.

Contact: Mark
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