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Lions Roar : July 2009
This is not a commercial endeavor. It is a private undertaking for those interested in a unique setting with diverse potential. Perhaps you’d like to leave the city, make a life change or get involved in a noble project. Whatever it is, we’ll listen. Presently occupied by the owner/builder as his private retreat and slowly growing into a “very spiritual” Organic Raw Food Bed and Breakfast. He may entertain partnership in a bed and breakfast, corporate retreat residence, sell you a portion as your personal residence or will consider other possibilities. Additional details and acquisition specifics are to be discussed and negotiated. He invites interested parties to contact him. ABOUT THE PROPERTY Shantideva Temple, situated on 5 acres, sits above a 5000 sq ft courtyard that is adjoined by a 3000 sq ft, 3 level, 2 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath private log residence. The logs were hauled down from Vermont and the interior construction is entirely wood, most of which was harvested right here on the land. Adjoining the log residence is a 2000 sq. ft. “Green Energy” Barn that has just been erected. Adjoining the Temple property, on 7 acres, is a 2250 sq ft, 3 bedroom, 2 bath modified 30x50 ft barn residence with 24 ft ceilings. The eccentricity of design is reflected in the use of a variety of woods and tiles. Cherry floors and walls, flame maple cabinets, stone platforms and massive white and red pine trees co-mingle with a variety of hard and soft woods throughout this outrageous building. The upper bedroom suite overlooks a 1 acre, 14 ft deep pond area landscaped Shantideva Temple PO Box 40 Ithaca, NY 14851 • Tel: 607-257-5349 Fax: 607-266-7904 • www.shantidevatemple.com •