2 rooms available in Florida home with salt water pool

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Melbourne Beach, FL 32951 Rooms for rent

Description: 155 Seaview St, Melbourne Beach, FL 32951
Available to rent – Two smaller rooms with a shared bath and a large room with it’s own bath and entrance. I am happy to rent any configuration.

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Square footage: 2,000
Lot size (in acres): n/a
Date available: Smaller room available October 15, 2011, large room with own bath and entrance available January 1, 2012.

Rent: $525 for each of two small rooms with shared bath, $1200 for large room with private entrance and bath.

Contact info: E-mail June at junec@me.com or call (443) 418-1963.

Building Materials/Indoor Air Quality
Year built: This frame house is 25 years old.
Construction: Standard construction.
Passive solar design features: None.
Moisture barrier installed over the slab: n/a
Exterior building materials: Stucco.
Roofing materials: Barrel tile.
Insulation materials: Spray-in foam (old).
Are the walls foiled?: Partly foiled in one room. I am fine with foiling anything you want.
Wood detailing: Cabinetry in kitchen is wood. Interiors are foiled.
Wood sealants used: Unknown.
Flooring: Ceramic tile throughout except bamboo in one small bedroom.
Carpet: No carpet.
HVAC: Flex MERV is 12, changed every month.
Whole house air filter: Have freestanding IQ air and Foust.
Whole house vacuum: n/a
Sauna? n/a
Dates of past repairs/renovations: Painted (low VOC) and some renovation 4 years ago.

Utilities and Major Appliances
Heating system: Electric.
Cooling system: n/a
Appliances: All electric; stove, dishwasher, fridge.
Did the house ever sit empty for any length of time? n/a

Electromagnetic Fields
Unshielded electrical wiring: n/a
Dimmers and 3-way switches: Yes, there are dimmer switches. Will remove if you want.
Power lines: Underground.
Neighbors with WiFi: Yes.
WiMax installed or planned for area in near future: Don’t know.
Smart Meter on site or planned in near future: Don’t know.
Cell/microwave towers nearby and/or planned for near future: Yes, a couple miles away.
Other wireless technology being used nearby or planned for near future: n/a
Located under an airport flight path: No.
Have others with electromagnetic sensitivities healed in this house? No.
Have others with electromagnetic sensitivities done poorly in this house? n/a

Is the property graded, are French drains, swales or other features used to wick away rainwater? Don’t know.
Are there plantings or berms around the perimeter of the home? Yes, plantings.
On-slab foundation, crawlspace or basement? On-slab foundation.
Exhaust fans in bathrooms, kitchen, and other high-humidity locations? Yes.
Whole house dehumidifier? No.
Other mold-reducing features: n/a
Is there a history of water damage of any kind? See below.
Have there ever been roof or plumbing leaks? Two years ago there was a leak in the living area. All wet material was removed and replaced.
Was mold remediation ever completed in your home? No.
To the best of your knowledge, is there currently high levels of mold or existence of allergenic, pathogenic, or toxigenic molds in the home? No.

Pets that have lived in the house: None in last five years.
Known vermin infestations: Rats in attic being trapped right now.
Homestead animals: None.
Local flora that might be a problem (e.g., juniper, pine, cedar, etc.) and worst times of year for pollen counts: This is Florida and pollen counts can be high. We are near the beach on an island so not as bad as inland. Some people say Spring is the worst time for pollen, some say Fall.

Other potential toxic exposures
Were pesticides ever used in the house, or outside the house and around the property, by you or by former owners? n/a
Has a pet that was treated with Frontline, wore a flea collar, or had other pesticides applied to it ever lived or entered the home? Never.
Has the home site been checked for radon and other potentially hazardous elements? No.
Is the house currently fragrance free, and has it always been? Since I’ve lived here, all personal care products are fragrance free and I use very few of them (baking soda, vinegar very occasionally, fragrance free detergents like Seventh Generation). I was told previous owner was ill and used no fragranced anything.
Is the house currently smoke free, and has it always been? Yes, definitely for the last four years. Probably before that as well, as there was no indication of smoke when I took possession.
Has the house or any neighbors’ homes in a three block radius ever been used as a methamphetamine (“meth”) lab? Not to my knowledge.
Has ozone every been used in the home to try to remove odors/chemicals/mold? No.
Garage: Attached.

Do you or your MCS partner tolerate the home yourself? Yes
How long have you lived in the home? Four years.
May I talk to a former tenant to see how they felt about living in the house? Yes.
Why are you renting the rooms? Need the rent income.
Who are the closest neighbors and what are their potentially MCS-triggering habits? On one side the house is empty and unlikely to be sold. On the other side, the neighbor is a big user of lawn chemicals but never sprays indiscriminatly into the air. There is a wall behind us to protect from seldom used street.

Due to the nature of the illness, potential MCS buyers/renters will need to stay in a home overnight, or for an extended period, before committing to a purchase or long-term lease. Doing so puts the homeowner at risk for potential contamination of the space. Are you willing to do this? Yes
Potential buyer/renter can stay overnight in home for 1 week before committing to rent, at a fee of $500. There is no charge to come and sit around a while.

Allowed personal care products, bedding materials, laundry products, etc.: Must be fragrance free including “natural” smells. Basically, if something bothers anyone in the house it must no longer be used.
House rules: Remove shoes upon entering. No sitting around all day talking about MCS.

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posted September 30, 2011

Community Feedback

  • Gail Liguore

    December 18, 2011 at 11:39 am

    Hello, I am assisting my son to find a MCS friendly place to live. Thank you, gail

  • Christina

    October 13, 2013 at 7:26 pm

    My place is getting smoke from the bottom apartment… Need to move, can’t sleep. In Tampa right now… Don’t mind moving to Orlando area… Don’t know if there is the possibility of accepting my Section 8 voucher, I’ve been here for 7 years, excellent cleaning and rental history. More money I get, the more I can work on my health issues which are why I’m disabled…

    I may still have a cat by next year (he was sick, so my parent couldn’t care for him any longer and was given to me at beginning of year), only breed I’m not allergic to, Burmese… His food keeps me from being allergic to him and anything else (if he eats it, or if I touch it), my eyes would flare… You’ll likely say “no”, but thought I’d try.

  • Dominick Martinez

    October 29, 2015 at 2:56 pm

    My mothers needs help finding a safe place to live suffering from EMF.

  • Therese

    May 6, 2016 at 3:19 pm

    I love your house rules of “No sitting around all day talking about MCS” 🙂

    Are you near Pride and Joy Resort?
    Do you rent by week to other MCSers?

  • Michelle

    July 9, 2016 at 11:31 pm

    Hi would you still have availability by chance? Ashtoncharlesturner@gmail.com

  • Susan

    May 30, 2017 at 12:08 am

    I am desperately looking for a safe place for my daughter this week, do you still have a room available? She is in Melbourne beach right now and needs a place asap. Thank you!

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