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Woodmont's Saddle River Grand Unprecedented Sales Success for 90% Now Sold

03/27/2012

 

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WOODMONT’S SADDLE RIVER GRAND UNPRECEDENTED SALES SUCCESS WITH 90% NOW SOLD

- Less Than 10 Homes Remain in Distinctive Manor Home Community -

 

SADDLE RIVER, N.J. (March 27, 2012) – Buyers continue to be captivated by Saddle River Grand, a striking new collection of exceptional grand manor homes from Woodmont Properties, as 24 homes have sold in the past three weeks. With less than 10 homes remaining in the extraordinary enclave, time is of the essence for prospective homebuyers to capitalize on this incredible opportunity.

 

“I wish I had bought two of them,” said Ilene Crocco, an early buyer at Saddle River Grand. “Already my home has appreciated and we haven’t even had a chance to finalize our personalized interior design plan.”

 

Saddle River Grand combines an exclusive low-maintenance and amenities-rich lifestyle in one of the most sought-after towns in all of New Jersey. Designed by noted architect Robert Zampolin of Zampolin & Associates, Saddle River Grand is inspired by classic Georgian Colonial architecture that combines a classic brick exterior with modern features and finishes. This opulent style was designed to appeal to affluent homebuyers in search of convenience and luxury. The homes range from 4,300 to 5,700 square feet with first-floor master suites or elevator convenient second-floor master suites in select homes. Dramatic entryways, designer kitchens, and finished lower levels are only the start of the grandeur and elegance. Homes start at $1,350,000.

 

"Time is now of the essence as the final homes are now available in this gated community located in a town with one of the lowest taxes in Bergen County,” stated Eric Witmondt, Chief Executive Officer of Woodmont Properties. “In just a few short months, Saddle River Grand has achieved astounding sales success with prospective homebuyers responding to these ultra-luxurious attached manor homes with incomparable lifestyle elements.”

 

Woodmont, which has a 49-year tradition of developing exemplary communities with world-class amenities and seamless living opened a sales gallery in February, which provides visitors with the opportunity to view artist renderings, virtual floor plans and sample materials of the homes now under construction.

 

Gloria Blumenthal, who has lived in the town of Saddle River for over 40 years, is also excited about moving to Saddle River Grand.  

 

“I didn't want the bother of landscaping, the pool, and all the work of running a large home,” she said. “The management will take care of landscaping, the pool, snow plowing, and monitor the security gate. Most of all, I get to stay in the town that I love.”                     

 

Saddle River Grand features a spectacular clubhouse including full-time concierge services that will cater to the needs of the community’s 68 residences; from ordering a car service to Broadway show tickets and everything in between. Residents will also enjoy taking advantage of the club room, fitness center, private yoga and training studio, outdoor pool and other amenities.

 

To learn more about Saddle River Grand, call 201-825-9100, or visit on the web at www.saddlerivergrand.com or visit our Facebook page.


About Woodmont Properties
For 49 years, Woodmont Properties, based in Chatham, N.J., has contributed to the region’s residential and commercial marketplace by developing residential communities, office buildings, retail centers and industrial properties in suburban communities, town centers and cities in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Woodmont Properties' success in developing both residential communities and commercial properties is derived from a unique blend of innovation, integrity, the selection of superior locations and quality design. 

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03/27/2012 - 12:32

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