Active adults who purchase a new construction home will reap many benefits and could even end up saving money in the long run. The most obvious plus is being able to choose your own colors, floor plans, upgrades, and lot location.
Also, with a new construction home, there’s no tearing down of old wallpaper or out-of-date window treatments. Another big plus is that the home and its contents are brand new and will have warranties. Today’s modern homes also use improved materials like double-pane windows, which can save energy and reduce monthly bills. A new home also means a better resale value when it comes time to sell.
Here are some New Jersey communities with new construction homes for sale.
Mid $400s – Low $600s
Venue at Monroe is currently under construction by Lennar Homes with plans to offer 587 attached carriage and single-family homes. This gated 55+ community in Monroe will offer homebuyers seven floor plans to choose from. The single-family homes will come in five floor plans with 1,838 to 2,731 square feet, two to four bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage. There will be two floor plans for the attached carriage homes, which will range from 2,108 to 2,111 square feet and offer two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and an attached one-car garage.
Within the neighborhood, residents will have access to plenty of amenities, including a clubhouse, a fitness center, an indoor and outdoor pool, and an amphitheater. Also, in addition to nearby conveniences and local attractions, Venue at Monroe will be close to New Brunswick as well as the big-city entertainment of New York City.
High $100s – Low $300s
The charming town of Mays Landing is just 30 minutes from Atlantic City and other shore towns as well as beautiful Atlantic County Park. Active adult seafarers and landlubbers are drawn to Woods Landing, a community that will have 249 new and resale single-family homes upon completion.
There are 10 floor plans ranging from 1,502 to 2,425 square feet with two to three bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, and two-car garages. Some models have dens and other desirable upgrades. Amenities like a popular clubhouse, an exercise room, a library, a pub, an outdoor pool, and tennis courts keep homeowners busy; nearby attractions like Quakerbridge Mall, the New Jersey State Capitol and Museum, and Cream Ridge Winery all make for exciting, easy day trips.
Mid $600s – Low $700s
This new, luxurious active adult neighborhood is located in Monmouth County and is close to central Jersey shore towns like Asbury Park and Deal. Regency at Trotters Pointe is being built by Toll Brothers and will have 181 new single-family homes when finished.
The eight models range from 1,844 to 2,679 square feet with two to four bedrooms, two or three bathrooms, first-floor master suites, covered patios, and attached two-car garages. Community plans call for a 4,500-square-foot private clubhouse, a fitness center, an outdoor pool and patio, and other top-of-the-line amenities. A monthly HOA fee will cover lawn maintenance and snow removal.