The Courier-News from Bridgewater, New Jersey on April 10, 1994 · Page 146
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The Courier-News from Bridgewater, New Jersey · Page 146

Bridgewater, New Jersey
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Sunday, April 10, 1994
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i Country Classics opens Phase IV in Belle Mead to T3 C 3 JO 5 o u ttl E j a. a. 3 to r ountry Classics is celebrating the If new year by opening Phase IV of their award-winning luxury commu- nity in Belle Mead. Nancy Czarny, broker of record of Homeward Bound Realty Inc.. exclusive marketing agent for Country Classics, reported that 1993 was a record year for Country Classics, which closed 41 home sales. "Because of the tremendous response to our homes, and requests by buyers for lots on Mclntire Drive, we have decided to offer these homesites for construction much sooner than expected. Mclntire Drive is made up of 25 lots half of which are wooded and border dedicated land that will remain undeveloped. Phase IV homes start at $292,000. Czamy attributes Country Classics' suc cess to the fact that the 2.300 to 3,100 square foot homes are the size and quality buyers desire at very affordable prices. Luxurious standard amenities "Our 10 basic floor plans offer buyers options that are usually only available in more expensive homes. For example, the Gramercy I. priced at $322,000, features a first floor master bedroom suite, screened porch off the kitchen, a deck off the breakfast area, a sunken family room with fireplace, and much more," said Czarny. A wide variety of facades give each home at Country Classics its own sense of character. The Gramercy offers a partial stone front, many others are brick. Country Classics, in the historic Mill- Centerbridqe II: Bridqewater's newest senior residence opens stone Valley, offers what a lot of other executive home communities do not an established family neighborhood with an elementary school within walking distance. St on lots from a 12-acre to 1-12 acres, these four-bedroom homes feature fireplaces, vinyl siding, extra high basements, crown moldings and six-panel pine doors. Other unique amenities include cathedral ceilings, skylights, garden tubs, hardwood floors, ceramic tile foyers and baths. Located in the Princeton corridor. Country Classics is easily accessible to Routes 78, 206, 22 and 287, as well as commuter trains and buses to New York and Philadelphia. The sales model is open Saturday and Sunday, from noon to 5 p.m.; from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, or by appointment. For further information, call Jean Murphy, sales manager, at (908) 359-1 900. If there is no answer, call Jackie Mello or Czarny at (908) 359-3276. To visit From the Somerville Circle, take Route 206 South, left on Amwell Road, (Route 514), right on Willow Road, left on Hillsborough Road, approximately one mile to the site on the left. ' From Princeton, take Route 206 South, right on River Road, left on Hillsborough Road, to site on right. From the Parkway, take Interstate 287 North to exit 7Weston Canal Road, left at light to Weston Canal Road, left on Route 533 South, right on Hillsborough Road to site on right. onstruction is complete on II the newest senior resi-dence in Somerset County, Centerbridge II. the Jack Stine Residence. That big. beautiful building that you've been seeing as you drive by the Bridgewater Commons mall on Interstate 287 is about to become the home of 171 of your neighbors. Center-bridge II was designed to the latest standards of safety and elegance. The building consists of one-bedroom apartments and has such amenities as a community room, game room, beauty parlor, and on-site laundry, as well as many security features such as guards on duty, electronic door system and emergency pull cords (in case of accidents) in all apartments. Centerbridge II is the culmination of seven years of toil by a local volunteer group, Bridgewater Housing Services inc.. along with township support and further assistance at the state level as well as a large amount of private financing. It really is the archetype of what assisted housing is all about local concerned residents, along with their elected officials searching for and finding a way to bring Centerbridge II from the drawing board to reality. "We felt it was important that people who worked their whole lives and are now finding the cost of living has gotten out of hand still have a quality place to live," said Jack Stine, president of Bridgewater Housing Services. "Although the rents are reasonable, it is obviously not for everyone." The building is still accepting applications for occupancy. The rent for a one-bedroom apartment at Centerbridge II is $555 a 1 1 . II l&XsrsC H-VTMIB A r t . . . 1 HICKORY RIDGE ESTATES Take A Walk In The Woods Custom built homes on 1-2 acre wooded lots. Quiet neighborhood in low taxed Bethlehem Twp.. Hunterdon County, just 3 miles from Rt 78. Standard features include Anriercpn winrinwc. kr. nac hoot control im - - w .... w.. , w yuii l IVUL, UbllUOl IQVf, fireplace, large country kitchen, 1st floor den, vaulted ceilings, deck. nn-cu Hum M9,9uu. nnouei open osl a dun. iz-4. is cijuiu. nu la in cai i. mdKB a Kit, men quick nam on unanesiown Ho. Lett on Norton-Church Rd. Flight on Mtview. M. Right on Hickory Ridge Dr. MAIN OFFICE: 908-638-4790 Site 908-730-7851 Evenings 908-735-7878 month plus electricity. Single applicants who wish to live in Centerbridge II must qualify under the LIHTC guidelines of $25,700 maximum. LIHTC guidelines for couples wishing to a part of the complex are $29,400 maximum. All residents must be 62 year of age. Qualifying candidates wishing to fill out an application can obtain one by writing to Centerbridge II, 491 Shasta Drive, Bridgewater, N.J. 08807, or by calling (908) 725-7899 between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Immediate Occupancy ONE "L" OF A HOME Location Luxury Lifestyle mm These magnificent colonials give gracious living a whole new meaning. From 2,200 to 2, 700 sq.ft. 4 Bedrooms Master bedroom suite 2-12 baths witn vaulted ceiling 2 story foyer Jacuzzi whirlpool tub Central ac & heat 9' ceilings first floor 2 car garage Ceramic tile baths & foyer Offered exclusively by WORDEN & GREEN - Realtors Call 800-994-SALE 7 2 5 3 30 DAY AVAILABILITY Loaded With Extras 1 To Have This Home Ready For Your Occupancy. Over 3.000 s.f.. 17'x24' family room.jacuzzi. 4 bedrooms, 25' deck, hardwood floors, ceramic tile kitchen floor, 2.5 acres on Molasses Hill in Clinton Township. Only $327,900 Conveniently located on Molasses Hill Road off Rt3h2 mUes south ofRt78& 22 I Stone Hidge EtotG N WARREN tl M ill iK! STONE RIDGE ESTATES set on j beautiful 40 acre site atop theWatchung Mountains are an outstanding unique community limited to twenty-two custom built homes on I to 4 acre lots overlooking the panoramic valley of Warren. Each home is a dream come true to buyers. Out of twenty-two we have 14 lots left. William W. Paulus homes are designed to impress todays most dscrmnating buyer. Angled walls.galleries. skyfit vaulted ceilings, sunken family rooms, classic columns, two story majestic foyers, floor to ceiling fireplaces are some of the features. Starting at $749,900 Model home shown starting at $849,900. Directions: Route 7! West to Exit 36,go south to Mt. Horeb Road, to Geger Lane to Whispering Wjf Sjns. We Sell More Because We Do More Watchung Office (908) 561-5400

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