It’s a new housing community that looks to feature homes for active adults in Monmouth County. It’s Regent Oaks at Freehold and construction is underway along Route 9 in Freehold. If you travel along Route 9 here in Monmouth County you cannot miss this latest project.

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It appears Regent Oaks is featuring five models. Two bedroom models the Lealand, Aldin and the Woodgate. Three bedroom models the Lauriston and the Avington. Regent Oaks are supposed to begin in the low $600,000.00.

 

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Regent Oaks looks to be focusing on residents in New Jersey 55+ and is conveniently located along Route 9 in Freehold, so it is close to lots of services and shopping between Freehold and Howell. It’s also close to Ocean County and Lakewood, Ocean Counties most populated town.

According to their website, the new development is close to some popular parks like Turkey Swamp Park, the Manasquan Reservoir, or Monmouth Battlefield and Allaire State Parks.

Additionally Regent Oaks will feature pool, clubhouse and fitness center for residents to use and enjoy. Sort of a self contained development for “active adults” to enjoy as they approach their retirement years.

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Also Regent Oaks says it will feature maintenance plans including landscaping and snow removal that will be handled through their homeowners association.

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