Heritage Bay at Barnegat Overview
Heritage Bay at Barnegat, is an intimate active adult community in Ocean County, New Jersey. This quiet community, open to adults aged 55 or better, is comprised of 292 ranch-style homes. Although Heritage Bay is relatively small, residents can find plenty of ways to keep busy by utilizing the on-site clubhouse amenities or by joining any number of the numerous social clubs.
Heritage Bay is conveniently located within minutes of Garden State Parkway and close to upscale shopping, historic sites, and other desirable attractions. Active retirees will enjoy the resort-type lifestyle along Barnegat Bay and the four-season climate. Over six miles of nearby waterfront make for great swimming, boating, fishing and crabbing activities.
Heritage Bay Amenities
The 2,000 square-foot clubhouse at Heritage Bay contains enough amenities to keep residents healthy and active. The exercise room comes with weight and cardiovascular equipment for a complete workout. Residents will be able to relax in the library or over a friendly game of billiards. There is a multi-purpose room suitable for social gatherings as well as crafty pursuits.
Outside, a refreshing pool beckons for cool down periods during hot summer days. Residents of Heritage Bay are also sure to enjoy the scenic walking trails that wind throughout the common areas. There is also two bocce courts, perfect for some friendly competition. Outside the community, but nearby, are marinas with boat slips.
Heritage Bay Homes & Real Estate
The single-family residences in Heritage Bay at Barnegat were built by Mignatti between 1997 and 2003 and range in size from 1,149 to 1,756 square feet. Heritage Bay’s beautiful ranch-style homes offer two bedrooms, two baths, and a one or two-car garage. Many of the residences have screen rooms and three season rooms. Other features are patios, thermal windows, outdoor lighting, storage lofts in the garage, crown molding, extra shelving, nine-foot ceilings, and recessed lights. A lot of the homes have desirable views of wooded areas.
Heritage Bay Lifestyle
Residents of this tight-knit community are very friendly and since the neighborhood is established, newcomers are welcomed with open arms. Heritage Bay offers a long list of social clubs and special interest groups, many more than one would expect from a community of this size. Some of the more popular clubs are billiards, book, bridge, card games, and travel, but there are many more to choose from. There are also plenty of reasons to explore the area around Heritage Bay. History enthusiasts will delight in discovering Barnegat’s past while water lovers will enjoy exploring the Barnegat Bay area.
Residents of Heritage Bay have plenty of opportunities for shopping, dining, and cultural enjoyment. Barnegat is a charming historical town with many antique shops, museums, and a boardwalk for fishing and crabbing activities. It offers easy beach access and marinas with boat ramps. The local hospital and doctors are only five minutes away from Heritage Bay. The Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge is a great destination for nature and bird lovers.
Tuckerton Seaport is 15 minutes away from Heritage Bay and the Barnegat Lighthouse a mere half hour. Heritage Bay is also in close proximity to the desirable Long Island beaches. A half hour drive will take residents to vibrant Atlantic City. For great day trips, New York and Philadelphia make great destinations and both can be reached within 90 minutes and also have international airports for convenient long-distance travel. Heritage Bay is the perfect 55+ active adult neighborhood in Ocean County that offers so much to do in and around the community.
Single Family Homes
Price Range: Mid $100s – Low $200s
The single-family residences in Heritage Bay at Barnegat were built by Mignatti between 1997 and 2003 and range in size from 1,149 to 1,756 square feet. These beautiful ranch-style homes offer two bedrooms, two baths, and a one or two-car garage. Many of the residences have screen rooms and three season rooms. Other features are patios, thermal windows, outdoor lighting, storage lofts in the garage, crown molding, extra shelving, nine-foot ceilings, and recessed lights. A lot of the homes have desirable views of wooded areas.