- Price Range
- Mid $100s - High $100s
- Home Types
- Attached, Condos
- Number of Homes
- Resale Homes Only
- Age Restrictions
- Construction Dates
- 1965 - 1971
- 4 reviews
Cheesequake Village Overview
Cheesequake Village is a 55+ community located in Old Bridge, New Jersey. This beautiful active adult neighborhood contains 713 residences and offers the low-maintenance lifestyle today's 55+ homebuyer seeks. With a well-equipped clubhouse as the community's central gathering point, residents of Cheesequake Village never have to worry about staying physically fit and socially active. Homeowners also benefit from its prime location in Middlesex County, just minutes from everyday shopping and a short drive from the world-renowned attractions of New York City.
Cheesequake Village Amenities
Residents of Cheesequake Village regularly gather in the community's clubhouse. Staying in shape is easy with an exercise room, meaning that homeowners can say goodbye to pricey gym memberships. An expansive ballroom is also available for community events or informal gatherings.
Cheesequake Village also has innumerable outdoor amenities to make the most of the warmer months. A beautiful pool and patio greet residents upon walking out of the clubhouse. There is also a bocce ball and shuffleboard court for some friendly competition, while, for a more relaxing day, residents can enjoy a picnic at the BBQ area. A communtiy transit bus takes residents to local destinations.
Cheesequake Village Homes & Real Estate
Cheesequake Village was developed between 1965 and 1971 and had 713 homes upon completion. With attached homes and condominium units available, residents have the option of living in more intimate or larger spaces, accommodating all kinds of tastes.
The condominium units within Cheesequake Village range in size from approximately 708 to 976 square feet and offer one or two bedrooms, one or two bathrooms, and parking in front of each building. Homeowners enjoy living in units that boast private outdoor space, single-level living, and views of the surrounding woods.
Cheesequake Village also offers attached home options. These homes range in size from approximately 700 to 1,000 square feet and offer one or two bedrooms, one or two bathrooms, and lot parking in front of each unit. Some of these homes offer ceramic or wood floors, eat-in kitchens, and crown molding.
Cheesequake Village Lifestyle
The lifestyle within Cheesequake Village is the perfect balance between relaxation and constant activity. The clubhouse hosts events like bingo and competitions like shuffleboard and bocce ball. Residents can also enjoy a leisurely swim with friends or a BBQ on a nice afternoon. Thanks to the homeowners' association (HOA), residents will also have more time to enjoy all that Cheesequake VIllage has to offer. The HOA fee takes care of outdoor maintenance, upkeep of the amenities, and the community bus to local attractions.
Cheesequake Village is in Old Bridge, New Jersey. Just around the corner from the community are several shopping centers that have clothing stores, restaurants, gas stations, and banks. For more shopping needs, Route 9 has a Walmart, Home Depot, Marshalls, and several more stores for everyday needs. Traveling in the area is a breeze with the Garden State Parkway down the street and Newark Liberty International Airport just 23 miles away.
Old Bridge is a great town for homeowners who want a quiet place while being near exciting attractions. The famed Jersey Shore beaches, the Asbury Park boardwalk, and Menlo Park Museum are all just a short drive away. Cheesequake State Park has over 1,200 acres for hiking, biking, and picnicking. For big-city entertainment, New York City is just a short drive away. Cheesequake Village is a great 55+ community for active adults who want to be near all that Middlesex County, New Jersey has to offer.
Cheesequake Village Amenities
- Exercise Room
- Outdoor Pool
- Outdoor Patio
- Bocce Ball Court
- Shuffleboard Court
- Picnic Area
- BBQ Area
- Community Transit
Cheesequake Village Clubs, Groups, Activities & Classes
There are plenty of activities available in Cheesequake Village. Here is a sample of some of the clubs, activities and classes offered here.
Price Range: Mid $100s - High $100s
The condominium units within Cheesequake Village range in size from approximately 708 to 976 square feet and offer one or two bedrooms, one or two bathrooms, and parking in front of each building. Homeowners enjoy living in units that boast private outdoor space, ranch-style living, and views of the surrounding woods. Please Note: Floor plans are not available at this time.
Price Range: Mid $100s - High $100s
Cheesequake Village offers homeowners attached options. These homes range in size from approximately 700 to 1,000 square feet and offer one or two bedrooms, one or two bathrooms, and parking in front of each unit. Some of these homes offer ceramic or wood floors, eat-in kitchens, and crown molding. Please Note: Floor plans are not available at this time.
Cheesequake Village Reviews
- Kathy H.|December 4, 2019My parents used to live there for years and its a nice place to live. The condos are really nice and big and the rooms are a nice size.
- Anonymous A.|May 29, 2019I entered an anonymous review on 2/11/19.
The leak I'm receiving in my LR is from faulty Siding & J Channels that were put up years ago. This siding company was fired after doing faulty work, but the Association never replaced/fixed the damage this Company did.
My LR windows were replaced by the previous owner (probably because of leaks but Association won't admit this) and again by me as once I moved in and saw leaks in less than an month (somehow the previous owner hid this information and my Inspector didn't catch it).
The LR leak was coming in from the siding and J channels around my new windows. A window contractor is only responsible for putting up windows and not responsible for the siding/j channels around it. The Association and Maintenance disagree with this - however, outside constructions elements like this are not a condo owners responsibility.
I have no choice but to pay a contractor to fix the siding and J channels although they are not my property. I'm awaiting permission from the Board to do this.
Other residents have experienced similar issues. A neighbor's ceiling had to fall down before the Association fixed it (and it was from a pipe that was their responsibility). This neighbor reported it for over 6 months and Maintenance made is manifest until the ceiling came down. Once the Association fixed my neighbor's leak and replaced ceiling - they refused to spackle and repaint, so she's paying someone to do that.
FYI - the Head of Maintenance is an unlicensed Contractor - his License was Revoked before he was hired. Just felt it was necessary to add this.
- Rhonda C.|March 9, 2019I bought a condominium for my sister 3 years ago and am very pleased that I bought here. It is a beautiful community well maintained. She is retired now and it was important for me that she lived in a safe, cost effective area. Compared to other 55+ communities the maintenance is reasonable and they have been response to my needs. The Park is right down the street so she can walk there in the summer. I recommend the community highly.
- Anonymous A.|February 11, 2019Reasonably priced and am a resident several years.
I need to remain anonymous as I feel it's not appropriate to enter a negative review while I reside here.
Legally, the Association is responsible for issues outside your unit. However, if an outside element is affecting the inside of your unit, they will argue (and I mean argumentative) and will not help you.
Bottom line is - the units are over 50 years old and have not been well maintained over the years. Now "many of them" have issues that have manifested and the Association is extremely resistant on helping. Their head of maintenance unfortunately has the same attitude as the board and has actually made many residents cry. They're just not nice.
If you're looking to purchase in this community, but inspection reveals past "leaks" or any kind of water damage (or fire damage), DO NOT PURCHASE. Chances are the Village fixed past issues like this by corking/covering and never determining the cause of the issue. Many that live here are told to "live with it - as these units are old and they have more important issues to deal with" (yes, I was actually told this and I have water coming in from the front of my unit). They definitely don't have a problem raising the maintenance fee every year though.
In our golden years, we should live in a community that's run well and we're treated with respect. There are many other 55+ communities in Central Jersey and this isn't the only "affordable" one.
Wishing everyone that reads this the best of luck.
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