5 Remaining Units in Condominium Development Remains Unsold

January 31, 2011 / Russell Legato, Residential Property Analyst

A condominium development in Passaic city, New Jersey continues attract home buyers are the residential market in the state continues to stabilize. Van Houten Manor, the condominium development by American Properties, which is situated at 47 Van Houten Ave., only has 5 condo units remains unsold with prices range starts from $229,990.

5 Remaining Units in Condominium Development Remains Unsold

The condominium development features two- and four- bedroom plan that ranges from 1,273 to 1,574 square feet. Condominium units have large master bedrooms, baths and Jacuzzi tubs.

Bathrooms and countertops have granite countertops with cherry cabinetries.

Interior designs in the condominium development include huge closets and 10- foot ceilings, which is said to offer convenience plus enclosed parking spaces and secured entrance.

According to American Properties’ senior vice president, Paul Csik, Van Houten Manor’s home owners take advantage of the area’s highly desired accessibility and affordable luxury.

Csik also said that his company is happy that many homebuyers considered the condominium development as their new home and looking forward to show potential buyers the luxury lifestyle it has to offer.

Van Houten Manor provides easy access to routes 46, 17 and 3 at New Jersey Turnpike, and Interstate 80— Garden State Parkway. NJ Railway and bus stations are close by for commuters to and from Manhattan.

Travel access to the area’s historic sites and recreational facilities are reasonable— like The Great Falls and Garret Mountain Reservation in Paterson, and Skylands Manor and Long Pond Ironworks in Ringwood.

The condominium development is also near several entertainment and sports venues in the area including downtown Newark and the Meadowlands Sports Complex.

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