Welcome!

New Earth Living LLC: We create places that connect people to people
and our shared earth, providing a space for fun, purpose, play and ease. 

Our next Pocket Neighborhood community:  Amabel

Amabel, a Bird's-Eye View

The preliminary site plan for the Amabel community

The preliminary site plan for the Amabel community

The name Amabel comes from the genealogy of the original three-generation landowners, the Mobbs.  The Mobbs’ family name was derived from the medieval female name – “Amabel”

The Amabel Pocket Neighborhood project will provide 30 single-family homes on a gorgeous piece of land close to downtown Ithaca, the beautiful Cayuga Lake, Buttermilk Falls State park, the Ithaca Farmers’ Market, Greenstar grocery, shopping, restaurants, and many other
destinations reachable by walking, bike, canoe, or kayak. The houses are arranged to allow private enjoyment of the site’s exquisite natural beauty while simultaneously creating opportunities for interactions among residents and visitors. Growing and enjoying food, solar energy
production, and community-building practices are also key components of this cutting-edge neighborhood.

A map illustrating the location of Amabel and surrounding attractions

A map illustrating the location of Amabel and surrounding attractions

 

If you are interested in finding out more about living at Amabel, please click on the survey button on this page and tell us a little bit about what you need and want in a home.

Looking forward to meeting you!

Sue Cosentini

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New Earth Living – Amabel from Shira Golding Evergreen on Vimeo.
 

 

This advertisement is not an offering. It is a solicitation of interest in the advertised property. No offering of the advertised units [for timeshares, state fractional interests] can be made and no deposits can be accepted, or reservations, binding or non-binding, can be made until an offering plan is filed with the New York State Department of Law. This advertisement is made pursuant to Cooperative Policy Statement No. 1, issued by the New York State Department of Law. Registration no. CP14-0108