Freeman Rentals

Roost Housing Guide

Are you looking for a less expensive and safer alternative to a dormitory?  Off-campus housing may be the answer for you.  Joe Freeman, owner and manager of Freeman Rentals, has worked at Ball State and provided housing for students for over 25 years.

All properties are affordable houses with washer/dryer included. Freeman Rentals leases properties from August to August, perfect for BSU students. Pets are negotiable and online rent payments can be made using Venmo or PayPal.

1900 W Bethel, 2-Bedroom

Amenities include: washer/dryer, refrigerator, off-street parking, walking distance to Ball State, window air conditioning, and electric heat.

1912 N Maplewood, 2-Bedroom

Washer/dryer, refrigerator, off-street parking, walking distance to BSU, central air, and gas heat.

2020 N Ball, 3-Bedroom

Washer/Dryer, refrigerator, off-street parking, walking distance to BSU, central air, electric heat, 3 blocks north of Bethel.

612 S Celia, 4-Bedroom

Amenities include: Dishwasher, washer/dryer, central air, gas heat/water, off street parking, wood floors, high ceilings, quiet neighborhood, and refrigerator.

For more information or to schedule a viewing please call or text (765) 749-2987 or email Joe at jfreeman@bsu.edu


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