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$750 / 1br - Bus in community (Nevada City)

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1BR / sharedBa
rent period: monthly
Cozy, antique 1956 Ford B Series Conversion Bus. 29’. The interior has been converted to an RV, with a kitchen, cabinets, living space, bedroom, and closet. New interior paint, new laminate flooring. 4-burner propane stove, with oven and vent. Apartment fridge. Running water. Wood stove heat. Built-in queen bed platform. Stowable dining table. 5’ 11” ceiling height in the center. Very spacious flat outdoor hangout area. Good cell coverage with booster. Land internet is 20Mbps down, 10 Mbps up. It’s available in and around the shared barn, as well as at certain homesites. $750 for 1 person (most utilities included)

The Land:
Community land on Nisenan Ancestral Homelands, 10 minutes from downtown Nevada City. Currently 4 families (with 4 children total) and several other adults on the land. We value proactively attending to relationships, open-mindedness and non-dogmatism, honoring Indigenous people and wisdom, more bikes/fewer cars, racial justice and reducing ecological impacts of being modern humans. To care for our relationship with the land, we regularly come together for work days and have a commitment for everyone on the land to participate in a minimum of 8 hours of land work per month. To care for our relationships with each other, we also come together in Council once a month and ask that everyone participate. These two things are vital parts of our commitment to reciprocity, groundedness, honesty and accountability, which we hold as values that strengthen our community. We prefer no pets - we will consider 1 dog or cat. Reach out if you want to ask about your specific pet situation before completing the questionnaire below.

Some other features on the land: organic community garden and orchard, perennial creek, miles of biking/hiking trails, community movement/music/study space, wood shop, outdoor cob oven, shared laundry (washing machine/hang dry), primitive campsites, sawmill, grid-tied solar power.

This place is best for those with homestead experience.

If you are interested, please fill out this form (we will not respond until this is complete): https://forms.gle/JiDLWird3FRtHhCL6

If it seems like there’s a good potential fit after reviewing your responses, we’ll get in touch to set up an interview. We will ask for references.

post id: 7745687467

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