Welcome to paradise on the admired Honoco Road, a private community. 2.5 miles down the 10mph road, you will find your self at one of the best locations. Pristine water quality for swimming, excellent fishing, large dock, wrap around deck. Well Water!
Road is PERFECT for biking, jogging, and not worrying about traffic.
3mi to Long Point Winery or Aurora Ale Co.
4 mi to Long Point State Park (boat launch)
25mi to Ithaca
Having NO steps to the lake is rare and definitely worth it.
WELL WATER - filtered and treated for showers and sinks
WE PROVIDE sheets, blankets, pillows, towels, coffee, tea, 1 gallon of drinking water.
Herb garden, mint, rosemary, parsley.
Kayak available to use.
2 adult life jackets and inflatable tubes
Zugang für Gäste
Water views from every room
2 bedrooms (identical) with king/queen sized bed. Both have large closets, ceiling fans and lake views.
1 full bathroom with washer & dryer
Dining area that seats 6. Bar area that seats 3
3 Door entries - 2 glass sliders that exit to their own patios
Full wrap around deck, and large dock with bench
Covered pavilion with large table, 2 fire pits, gas grill
Fully stocked kitchen - Gas stove, large fridge, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, all cooking and glass ware.
Large flat screen with Dvd player and movies. (sorry no cable)
2 private entrances
Efficiency kitchen with sink & mini fridge & small table
Queen sized bed - lake views - perfect room to listen to the waves crashing at night - door to private deck
Half bathroom - toilet/sink - door to outside
SECOND FLOOR GUEST HOUSE MASTER SUITE:
Walk up the steps to your private deck and enter into the master suite.
Tall ceiling with fan
Queen sized bed - large closet - amazing lake views
Full bathroom - sink/toilet/shower
Interaktion mit Gästen
Weitere wichtige Infos
Please bring ample food and drinking water - it takes 15 minutes to get to the main road (10mph on our road) and another 5 to 10 minutes to get to Aurora or King Ferry Market
No cable or internet (Wifi in Aurora) TV with movies available. (Trust me you wont miss it!!!)
No boat launch or lift. Long point state park is 4miles away with a boat launch. Local boat rentals that deliver/pick up to our dock available.
Please NO large or loud parties - its very peaceful on Honoco Road and the lane neighbors are lovely, kind and respectful people.
This is our home away from home - please treat it with respect.
Its a lovely unique property and setting, you will truly appreciate all the lake has to offer
We have stayed and searched many places of the finger lakes, and recently invested in this property.
It stood out from the others and really gives you the "on vacation" feel. Nothing beats sitting on the patio or in the living room surrounded by windows. The house is so close to the water it feels like a house boat when you're inside. Having no steps to the lake is rare and definitely worth it. Every room and bedroom has lake views.
Terms of Agreement
1. LEASED PROPERTY
The Leased Property is the place that Landlord agrees to lease to Tenant. The Leased
Property is: ______1149 Honoco road, Aurora NY 13026_________
2. STARTING AND ENDING DATES OF LEASE AGREEMENT
At the end of the Lease, Tenant has no right to occupy the Leased Property. On the last
day of the Lease, Tenant must remove all possessions and leave the Leased Property broom swept clean, as it was when Tenant first took possession. Cleaning involved more than the $75.00 prepaid cleaning fee will result to a partial loss (depending on the extent, to be determined) of the security deposit. Tenant’s failure to vacate the Leased Property, including removal of all personal possessions, by the date on which the Lease ends, is a breach of this Lease, and Landlord has the right to pursue all remedies to the fullest extent of the law, as set forth in Section 11 of this Lease.
3. ABANDONMENT OR VACATING OF PROPERTY BY TENANT
Tenant’s physical vacating of the Leased Property and removal of substantially all
personal property will be treated as the Tenant’s abandonment of the Leased Property. Tenant has ten (10) days from the date of vacating to contact Landlord to arrange the retrieval of any personal property still present at the Leased Property.
4. DAMAGE TO LEASED PROPERTY
Tenant agrees to notify Landlord immediately if the Leased Property is damaged by fire or any other cause. Tenant agrees to notify Landlord if there is any condition in the Leased Property that could damage the Leased Property or harm Tenant or others. If Tenant cannot live in the whole Leased Property because it is damaged or destroyed, Tenant may:
1) live in the undamaged part of the Leased Property and pay less rent until the
Leased Property is repaired.
2) end the Lease and leave the Leased Property.
3) upon consent of the Landlord, hire a third party contractor approved by the
Landlord, at a cost approved by Landlord, to repair the problem and deduct this
amount from the rent owed.
Tenant agrees that if the Leased Property is damaged or destroyed and Tenant ends the Lease, Landlord has no further responsibility to Tenant.
5. TRANSFERS BY TENANT
Tenant agrees not to transfer this Lease to anyone else without the written permission of Landlord.
Tenant agrees not to lease all or any part of the Leased Property to anyone else without the written consent of Landlord. Tenant agrees that if Tenant transfers this Lease or Leases all or a part of the Leased Property to another, Tenant has broken this Lease.
6. RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY OR INJURY TO
Tenant is responsible for all damage to the Leased Property and injury to people caused by Tenant, Tenant's family or guests. Tenant agrees that Landlord is not responsible to Tenant, Tenant's family or guests for damage or injury caused by water, snow or ice that comes on the Leased Property unless Landlord was solely at fault.
7. USE OF LEASED PROPERTY
Tenant agrees to use the Leased Property only as a residence. Tenant agrees to obey all federal, state and local laws and regulations (including homeowner’s association by-laws) when using the Leased Property. Tenant agrees not to store any flammable or dangerous things in or around the Leased Property.
Tenant agrees not to do anything in or around the Leased Property which could harm
anyone or damage any property. Further, Tenant must not engage in, or permit any conduct which would be considered by an ordinary person to be a nuisance to others.
Tenant agrees that Tenant will not allow more than 8 people to live in the Leased
Property without the written permission of Landlord. Tenant is not allowed to have any visiting animals or pets in the Leased Property without the approval of the Landlord. If approval of pets is given by Landlord, a separate Pet Agreement will be executed and signed by the Landlord and Tenant.
-House keeping: There is no daily house keeping service. While we do provide linens and towels we suggest you bring beach towels.
8. RULES AND REGULATIONS
Tenant agrees to obey all rules and regulations for the Leased Property. If Tenant
breaks any rules or regulations for the Leased Property, Tenant breaks this lease. Tenant further agrees to abide by all rules, regulations, covenants, and restrictions that may be placed on the unit as part of either a homeowner’s association, condominium association, or other planned community rules.
-Septic: System: The septic system is very effective; however, it will clog up if improper materials are flushed. DO NOT FLUSH anything other than toilet paper. If it is found that other products have been flushed and clog the septic system, you could be charged damages of up to 200$ or actual charges which ever is less.
9. CARE OF LEASED PROPERTY
Tenant is responsible for maintaining and repairing the Leased Property and all of the
property in and around the Leased Property. Tenant agrees to pay for any damage which is the fault of Tenant, Tenant's family and Tenant's guests. Tenant agrees to move out and give back the Leased Property to Landlord when the lease ends. Tenant is prohibited from making alterations to the Leased Property, unless the Landlord gives written consent for the alteration. Tenant is responsible to test the smoke detectors monthly and to immediately contact Landlord if the smoke detectors are not operating properly.
10. LANDLORD'S RIGHT TO ENTER LEASED PROPERTY
Tenant agrees that Landlord and people working for Landlord (including
subcontractors hired by Landlord) may go into the Leased Property at reasonable times.
Landlord and people working for Landlord may inspect, make repairs, do maintenance, and show the Leased Property to others. Landlord will provide reasonable notice to the Tenant of entrances, unless it is an emergency.
Tenant will be courteous to all maintenance and repairmen that are sent to the Property
for repairs or inspections. If tenant threatens or is violent to maintenance or repairmen, then, such threats or use of violence is a violation of this lease.
11. WHAT HAPPENS IF TENANT BREAKS ANY AGREEMENTS IN THIS
When Tenant does not do something that Tenant has agreed to do, Tenant breaks this
If Tenant breaks this Lease, Tenant loses Tenant’s Security Deposit.
If Tenant breaks this Lease, Landlord also can sue Tenant for other expenses and may go to court to remove Tenant from the Leased Property.
If there is only one Tenant on this Lease, then the Landlord can only sue one Tenant
for that Tenant’s breaking the agreements made in this Lease.
If there is more than one Tenant, then the Landlord can sue all Tenants together as a
group, or individually.
Tenant breaks this Lease if Tenant:
1) Does not pay rent or other charges to Landlord on time.
2) Leaves the Leased Property for good without the Landlord’s permission before the
end of the Lease.
3) Does not do all of the things that Tenant agreed to do in this Lease.
IMPORTANT LANGUAGE WAIVING NOTICE TO QUIT
If Tenant breaks this Lease, each Tenant agrees to give up the right to have a Notice to
Leave, also known as a Notice to Quit. This means that the Landlord may file a lawsuit in court asking for a court order evicting each Tenant from the Leased Property without first giving each Tenant Notice to Quit. Landlord does not have the right to throw Tenant out of the Leased Property. The Landlord can only evict Tenant by court action. The Landlord does not have the right to sue in court for eviction unless a
Tenant has broken the agreements in this Lease. Even though each Tenant is giving up Notice to Quit, each Tenant will have a chance in court to have a judge decide on Landlord’s claim for eviction. If Tenant breaks this Lease, the Landlord may sue each Tenant in court:
1. To collect overdue rent (back rent) that is due, owing, and unpaid.
2. To collect late charges and money damages caused by Tenant’s breaking the
agreements in this Lease.
3. To get the Leased Property back (eviction).
4. Tenant acknowledges that Landlord has rental schedules planned in advance and
agreements with other future tenants. Thus, if Tenant fails to vacate the Leased
Property, including removal of personal possessions, this could cause Landlord
to breach contracts with future tenants. Therefore, Tenant acknowledges that
time is of the essence for Tenant to follow the end date of this Lease, and any
failure by the Tenant to properly vacate the Leased Property could result in
consequential damages via the Landlord’s commitments to future tenants. If
Tenant breaches this Lease, Tenant will be responsible for all damages caused
in relation to Landlord’s commitments to third-parties and future tenants,
including, but not limited to, any inability of the Landlord to follow-through
with future lease commitments due to the Tenant’s breach of this Lease.
5. Tenant agrees that Landlord may recover reasonable attorney’s fees and costs of
suit as part of a court ruling in a lawsuit against Tenant for breaking the
agreements of this Lease. Landlord may also recover all reasonable attorney’s
fees for post-judgment collection efforts to collect on a judgment against
Tenant. Post-judgment collection efforts include, but are not limited to,
discovery in aid of execution, including discovery of third parties who may hold
assets covered by the judgment. Further, Landlord is entitled to recover
reasonable attorney’s fees if it is the prevailing party in litigation from successor
liability claims or fraudulent conveyance claims that arise in Landlord’s attempt
to collect on a judgment against Tenant. Landlord may also recover for all
expenses related to the filing of such lawsuits and litigation costs, including but
not limited to, the hiring of private investigators to locate the Tenant and serve
any legal papers on Tenant, as well as costs such as private investigators to
locate Tenant’s assets. If Landlord wins a lawsuit against Tenant, Landlord can use the court process to potentially take Tenant’s personal items, furniture, motor vehicles, and money in banks. In collecting on judgments against the Tenant that arise from breaches of this Lease, it is possible that the Landlord may be able to execute against the Tenant’s real property or personal property.
All notices to Landlord are to be sent in writing, delivered by first class mail. All
notices to Tenant will be sent by either mail or posting at the Leased Property.
To the fullest extent permitted by law, Tenant indemnifies and holds harmless Landlord
from and against claims, damages, losses, and expenses, including but not limited to attorney’s fees, arising out of or resulting from Tenant’s leasing of the Leased Property, to the extent caused by the negligent acts or omissions of Tenant, or anyone directly or indirectly acting on behalf of Tenant, regardless of whether such claim, damages, losses, or expenses are caused, in part, by Landlord. Further, to the fullest extent permitted by law, Tenant indemnifies and holds harmless Landlord from and against claims, damages, losses, and expenses, including but not limited to attorney’s fees, arising out of or resulting from Tenant’s breach of this Lease.
14. SPECIAL CONDITIONS
a) NOISE AND DISTURBANCES. Tenant shall not make or allow anyone to
make any noise or do any act which disturbs or unreasonably interferes with the rights, comfort or convenience of any other persons, and Tenant shall at all times keep the volume of any audio equipment, radios, televisions, and musical instruments at a level which will not disturb other persons in the area of the Leased Property.
b) USE OF LEASED PROPERTY. The Tenant agrees to use the Leased
Property only as a residence..
c) NO ILLEGAL USE OF THE LEASED PROPERTY. The Tenant shall not
conduct, nor shall permit any unlawful business to be carried on upon the Leased Property.
d) CONDITION OF THE LEASED PROPERTY. The Tenant agrees to keep the
Leased Property in the same condition as it is at the starting date of this Lease Agreement, except for normal wear and tear and damage by the elements.