- Price Range
- Mid $300s - Mid $400s
- Home Types
- Single Family
- Number of Homes
- Resale Homes Only
- Age Restrictions
- Construction Dates
- 2004 - 2010
- Centex Homes
- 3 reviews
Renaissance at Monroe Overview
Renaissance at Monroe offers low-maintenance homes in a prime location in Central New Jersey, just one hour from both New York City and Philadelphia. This gorgeous community features a spacious clubhouse with a wide variety of social activities and amenities. While one resident in each household must be over the age of 55, the minimum age limit for residents at Renaissance at Monroe is 48.
Those who choose to call Renaissance at Monroe home will appreciate the luxurious homes, which include desirable architectural details such as brick or stone front exteriors, gas fireplaces and decorative columns. They will also enjoy joining in activities in the clubhouse, making use of the community computers in the library and meeting for a snack in the Renaissance Cafe.
Renaissance at Monroe Amenities
Set on 106 acres of beautiful landscaping, amid lovely lakes and ponds, Renaissance at Monroe is a picturesque community that offers a variety of amenities to support an active adult lifestyle. At the center of the action, the 15,500 square-foot clubhouse is an ideal gathering place for residents. There are cards and billiards rooms as well as arts and crafts studios. Residents can meet for a light meal in the Renaissance Café, or make use of the computers in the library. Those who want to stay in shape will enjoy the exercise room and the indoor swimming pool.
Outdoors, Renaissance at Monroe's amenities continue with an outdoor swimming pool and jacuzzi. There are plenty of activities available such as bocce ball courts, a putting green, as well as shuffleboard and tennis courts. When grandkids come to visit they will enjoy the community playground and the special wading pool for children.
Renaissance at Monroe Homes & Real Estate
The luxurious residences in Renaissance at Monroe, built by Centex, include 348 single-family homes in a variety of models, such as the popular Siena II, Tivoli, Wellington and Kensington floor plans. There are eight different floor plans that range in size from 1,517 to 2,230 square feet. These spacious two and three bedroom homes feature brick or stone front elevations, nine-foot ceilings and crown molding accents. There are also plenty of desirable features throughout, such as gourmet kitchens with breakfast bars, sumptuous master bathrooms, gas fireplaces, and decorative columns.
When the homes in Renaissance at Monroe were built, there were many options, which now give each home its own style. Some of the popular options include extensions to the family rooms, kitchens and master bedrooms. Many homes were also built with optional sunrooms and some models were also built with loft options.
Renaissance at Monroe Lifestyle
Those who live in Renaissance at Monroe enjoy an active lifestyle with many social and recreational activities. There are plenty of groups to choose from including yoga, Tai Chi, aquacise, ping-pong, bowling, and Yiddish conversation. The clubhouse's large ballroom is also an ideal location for community events.
Renaissance at Monroe has many of its own on-site amenities and the surrounding area offers even more. Monthly bus trips take residents into New York City, Atlantic City and other popular destinations. To make it easy to plan recreational activities, the community employs a full-time activities director.
In the midst of beautiful Monroe, Renaissance at Monroe is located on Route 33, less than 2 miles from exit 8 of the New Jersey Turnpike. This convenient location makes it easy for the community's residents to explore the surrounding areas or travel along the East Coast. For those who want to take a day or weekend trip, New York City and Philadelphia are only one hour from Renaissance at Monroe. An express bus to New York City also runs along Route 33, making it even easier to travel into the city.
There are plenty of shops, restaurants, banks and strip malls just outside of the community. Additionally, Renaissance at Monroe homeowners will enjoy shopping at the QuakerBridge Mall and the nearby Freehold Raceway Mall, which includes over 100 stores including well-known department stores like Macy's, Lord and Taylor, Nordstrom, and JC Penney. Middlesex County also includes excellent healthcare facilities and beautiful outdoor space, such as the 675 acres found at nearby Thompson Park. Performing arts centers can be enjoyed in nearby New Brunswick, and Princeton's historic district provides a picturesque setting for shopping, dining or an evening stroll. Renaissance at Monroe provides unparalleled active adult lviing in Middlesex County, NJ.
Renaissance at Monroe Amenities
- Clubhouse - 15,500 Sq. Ft.
- Exercise Room
- Aerobics & Dance Studio
- Indoor Pool & Spa
- Renaissance Café
- Arts & Crafts Studio
- Card Room
- Billiards Room
- Outdoor Pool & Spa
- Outdoor Patio
- 2 Tennis Courts
- 2 Bocce Ball Courts
- 2 Shuffleboard Courts
- Putting Green
- Scenic Ponds
- Playground for Grandkids
- Kids' Wading Pool
Renaissance at Monroe Clubs, Groups, Activities & Classes
There are plenty of activities available in Renaissance at Monroe. Here is a sample of some of the clubs, activities and classes offered here.
- Book Club
- Current Events Club
- Grandparents Club
- Italian-American Club
- Men's Club
- Ping Pong
- Planned Trips
- Recreation & Adventurers Club
- Shalom Club
- Singles Club
- Tai Chi
- Veterans Club
- Women's Club
- Yiddish Conversation
Single Family Homes
Price Range: Mid $300s - Mid $400s
The luxurious residences in Renaissance at Monroe, built by Centex, include 348 single-family homes available on a resale basis. There are a variety of models, such as the popular Siena II, Tivoli, Wellington and Kensington floor plans. These spacious two- and three-bedroom homes feature brick or stone front elevations, nine-foot ceilings and crown molding accents. There are also plenty of desirable features throughout, such as gourmet kitchens with breakfast bars, sumptuous master bathrooms, gas fireplaces and decorative columns.View Floorplans
Renaissance at Monroe Reviews
- Jen G.|March 20, 2017This is a very tight knit community with an active clubhouse. Its gated and very secure. Being along Route 33 makes it accessible to Princeton, as well as the Freehold Mall, and the shore!
- Ken T.|March 18, 2017Love the indoor pool area, as well as the exercise room. Used frequently and they're great places to meet people. Can't beat living in Monroe!
- Susan L.|September 13, 2013I have friends who live here and really like it. Their home is really unique because it has things you don't see too often like some arched doorways and windows, accent columns, etc. We're looking for a retirement community in the area and have been somewhat overwhelmed by all the choices! It's nice to have some referrals to go by.
The information on this page is aggregated from third-party sources and presented as-is for your convenience. It has not been verified or approved by the developer or homeowners association. 55places.com does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of information or assume any liability for its use. 55places.com is not affiliated with the builder, developer, or HOA of any communities displayed on this website.
55places.com is not affiliated with the developer(s) or homeowners association of Renaissance at Monroe. The information you submit is distributed to a 55places.com Partner Agent, who is a licensed real estate agent. The information regarding Renaissance at Monroe has not been verified or approved by the developer or homeowners association. Please verify all information prior to purchasing. 55places.com is not responsible for any errors regarding the information displayed on this website.