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Well Kerry, I'm looking for someone too. But this one is Pierce County:

I'm looking for a great housemate!
and by doing so am protecting the one-acre farm I now live at from being
sold (the current housemate and I can't pay the whole mortgage).

The site:
Goddess Farm and Massage, walking distance to Sumner, Wa. A one acre farm
with chickens, goats, bees, cob oven, and Many mature fruit and nut trees.
The house (a lovely farmhouse) also hosts a massage room, so this may be a
*perfect fit for massage therapists* who want to work from home. The extra
produce from the farm is sold to massage clients, and we even do a small
CSA from the site during the summer. With all the fruit and nut trees,
it's a kind of shady spot, so this winter I'm hoping to transition a lot
of the understory to shade-tolerant perennials.

The room: upstairs, south-facing, with a Large closet that is easily
considered another room. The owner is asking $500 a month, plus fair share
of utilities. There is currently one other housemate (female) in the hall
across from this room. I sleep outside in a treehouse, but use the house
often enough. The owner and her daughter also come to the house once/twice
a week (to do massages, wash laundry, etc).

The atmosphere of the place is very farmy/magical/relaxed.
I know Sumner may be a strange place for anyone you know, but I'm crossing
my fingers that this is exactly what someone is dreaming of finding.

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