Four Seasons at Historic Cranbury enjoys a prime location just off of Main Street in the historic village of Cranbury. This is one of the few active adult communities that gives residents the opportunity to easily walk to shops, restaurants, and services around town. This age-restricted community requires at least one resident be 55 and no one under the age of 19 may reside in the community on a permanent basis.
With only 138 homes, Four Seasons at Historic Cranbury is a charming intimate community. The community clubhouse gives residents a place to get together with their neighbors for a game of cards or billiards, or to just chat by the fireplace.
Four Seasons at Historic Cranbury Amenities
Four Seasons at Historic Cranbury is an intimate community of 138 homes in a lovely, small town setting. While this cozy neighborhood may not have as many amenities as some of the larger, resort-style active adult communities, it boasts its own distinctive charm. Activities within the community are centered on the clubhouse. Here homeowners can work out in the fitness center, meet for cards or billiards in the game room, or relax by the fireplace in the clubhouse lounge.
Outdoors, the amenities continue. The swimming pool and spa is a popular place to hang out when the weather is warm. There are also tennis facilities, horseshoe pits and recreational areas to let homeowners stay active and socialize with their friends and neighbors. Walking and biking trails throughout the community also make it easy to go out for a morning jog or an evening stroll.
Four Seasons at Historic Cranbury Homes & Real Estate
The homes in Four Seasons at Historic Cranbury, built by K. Hovnanian, reflect the 19th century architecture of the surrounding area. Single-family homes are available in six different floor plans, ranging in size from 1,883 to 2,569 square feet. They are: Burnham (2,037 to 2,275 square feet), Captiva (2,214 to 2,406 square feet), Inverness (1,883 to 2,130 square feet), Nassau (1,935 to 2,139 square feet), Sanibel (2,356 to 2,569 square feet), and St. Thomas (1,965 to 2,091 square feet).
The popular Captiva, Nassau and Inverness models feature open floor plans, while many single-family models have third bedrooms on the main level, which can be used as a library or den. Some models were also built with optional lofts. All of these luxurious homes include dramatic ten-foot ceilings on the first floor and six-foot tall windows, which let in plenty of light. There are also gourmet kitchens with breakfast bars and master bedrooms with spacious walk-in closets.
Four Seasons at Historic Cranbury also offers Carriage Homes, attached at the garage. These homes are available in two models. At 1,491 square feet, the Drake is the smaller of the two, yet it provides a spacious master bedroom suite and a beautiful great room. The Williams is a 2,176 square-foot two-story model which features an inviting wrap around porch, a large master suite, a den or bedroom on the main floor, and open living with a combination dining room and great room.
Four Seasons at Historic Cranbury Lifestyle
Location is key at Four Seasons at Historic Cranbury and residents appreciate being able to enjoy a leisurely stroll into town. In Cranbury, there are many charming shops and restaurants, as well as fine dining at The Cranbury Inn. Other daily needs—such as the bank, post office and library—are also within easy walking distance.
Within the community, at least one resident in every household must be over the age of 55 but the other residents only need to be 19 or older. Many homeowners appreciate this flexibility, which allows adults of any age to live in their homes.
This cozy community is located just off of Main Street in the historic village of Cranbury. It is one of the few active adult communities which has plenty to do within walking distance of its borders. There are boutiques, quaint shops, restaurants, a park and a picturesque lake. Fine dining can also be enjoyed at The Cranbury Inn.
Four Seasons at Historic Cranbury is also within close proximity of Princeton and New Brunswick. More stores and restaurants, including well-known chains, can be found at the nearby Quakerbridge Mall and at shopping centers along Route 130. There are also excellent healthcare facilities and public golf courses found throughout the area.
Day or weekend trips into either Philadelphia or New York City are easy to arrange, as both locations are approximately an hour away by car. The beautiful Jersey Shore is also an hour away, and Atlantic City can be reached in 90 minutes.
- Fitness Center
- Outdoor Pool
- Tennis Courts
- Horseshoe Pits
- Walking & Biking Trails
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There are plenty of activities available in Four Seasons at Historic Cranbury. Residents continually plan fun neighborhood events and activities. There are also numerous clubs and interest groups that meet regularly to participate in everything from cards and games to book discussions, hobby groups and more.
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