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New Apartments at Cypress

The CV 8-plex apartment hmoe is nearing completion. It is a high quality manufactured home that was purchased from MUM. The interior features light bamboo flooring, solid core interior doors, high quality ventilation and lots of natural day lighting. Renewable thermal energy from the earth will heat and cool the building. The thick 6” exterior walls are tightly insulated for sound and energy efficiency. The floor plan includes eight bedrooms, each with an adjoining private bathroom. The bedrooms are large enough for a bed, desk and chair, night table and floor area for asanas. A common lounge area and kitchenette completes the picture. The building is 2,270 square feet with sewer, water, and electric and of course fully follows Maharishi Sthapathya Veda. The building sits on lot #104, one of the best lots in CV Phase II. It is already landscaped with fruit trees, two cherry, two plum, and four apple trees. These will be producing fruit next summer. It is located within easy walking distance of all future community amenities.<!--break-->

Rooms will be available for rent, short and long term, beginning November 1st. These affordable MSV rooms are only a three minute drive from MUM campus and the Domes. The dynamic downtown of Fairfield is just five minutes away. They will fill a needed niche for short term housing in the community. Nightly and weekly rates are planned to be less expensive than any comparable housing in the area. Rooms are fully furnished, and linen service is provided for daily and monthly guests.Rooms are available for: 

  • $50 per night
  • $160 per week, or
  • $375 per month for one to five months
  • $325 per month with a six month or longer commitment.

Come spring warmth, the building will enjoy a new roof design, roofing tiles, new siding and new paint to meet Cypress Village standards. The building is for sale to an investor-manager for $269,000. This price includes the cost of the exterior work to be completed in spring of 2010.