Year Built: 2010
Square Feet: 2,049
Min. Down: N/A
Lot Size: N/A
HOA Fees: $297.00
If you like having options, you'll love the flexible Manchester. The lower level gives you the option of turning a recreation room into a fourth bedroom with its own bathroom. The main level lets you choose whether you want your gourmet kitchen in the front of the home or the rear. Either way, you still have a spacious living room with an optional fireplace, a very accommodating dining room, family room, and a separate morning room. Upstairs is your master suite with a large walk-in closet, dressing area and luxurious master bath, plus two additional bedrooms and a bathroom. Lots of options in one great floor plan.
Convenient, luxurious living.
Overlook at Highland Park consists of 57 spacious townhomes and 16 manor homes located at the intersection of River Road and Cedar Lane. The community will have exceptional access to Routes 287, 130, 27, and the Garden State Parkway. This excellent proximity to commuting corridors coupled with the cultural amenities of Highland Park and downtown New Brunswick will place residents within minutes of luxurious shopping and diverse recreational opportunities. A significant number of high value employment and educational opportunities are nearby including Rutgers University (New Brunswick), Johnson & Johnson Global Headquarters (New Brunswick), Bristol-Myers Squibb (New Brunswick), Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (New Brunswick), and many others. Overlook at Highland Park is just minutes away from New Jersey Transit’s midtown-direct northeast corridor rail line in New Brunswick. Commuting by train from downtown New Brunswick will place residents in downtown Manhattan in less than an hour.
Overlook at Highland Park is directly across the street from Johnson Park (Middlesex County’s largest public park) and the Raritan River. The community’s elevation is high above the surrounding landscape and will present a striking sense of arrival. The Highland Park school district has also been regularly recognized for having one of the best public school systems in New Jersey was rated number one in the county by New Jersey Monthly Magazine.