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A large one-bedroom (fully furnished) apartment in Fall Creek residential neighborhood in downtown Ithaca. Living room -- 195 sq. ft.; Bedroom -- 240 sq.ft.; Kitchen -- 130 sq.ft.
Available May 24, 2019 to Aug 20, 2019, or some period in between
PLEASE: Graduate Students and Professionals ONLY!
This is a premium residential neighborhood for Ithaca. (The apartment price is low due to the length of my residence here and rent control). It is a quiet neighborhood, with two parks just minutes away. The downtown mall area is about a 5 min walk away. Cornell is about 25 min uphill, or about 7 min by bus (the stop is two streets down from the house). Ithaca College is about 15 min by bus. Cayuga Lake and Ithaca waterfalls are only a 20 min walk away.
The apartment (a living room, a very large kitchen, bedroom with a large built in closet) is on the first floor of a house, with other residents being post-graduate professionals or advanced graduate students. (The apartment is in the back of the house, with the bedroom windows facing the back yard, and other windows facing the neighboring house). There’s an open porch and you have access to the basement for any storage needs. There is a bathtub in the bathroom; a large TV in the living room; and a king-sized bed. The bedroom has a window AC unit, but you’re not likely to need that for more than a week during the summer. Bedroom and living room have three windows each, and there is a window in the kitchen.
The rent is 1000$ per month. That includes all utilities except high-speed internet (an extra 40$). You will also have to buy stickers for curbside trash drop-off. If you use the AC in summer, the landlord charges a 20$ fee per month. You will have to remit the rent to my landlord. She will also be the person to contact with any queries about maintenance. (She employs a full time-maintenance specialist who is usually available to stop by on a short notice). You will also have to supply her with at least one reference (from an employer, or a previous landlord) before we can sign a sublet agreement. A 500$ security deposit may be required. My hope would be to sublet the apartment for as long as possible, within the specified term, but the actual length of sublet is negotiable. Partial month arrangement is perfectly fine (rent will be prorated depending on the length of your state with 1000$/month as the base of calculations).
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