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Meadow Glen at Monroe: Top 7 Reasons to Live Here

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty

When Meadow Glen at Monroe first opened its doors to prospective home buyers, it was in an area of mostly woods and small commercial development but the builder of the community, K. Hovnanian, clearly had the foresight to see what the area would eventually become once the community was complete. Fast forward to 2007 and Meadow Glen homeowners are in the heart of it all with shopping, restaurants, highways, entertainment and schools all within a few minutes of the community. Read on to see the top seven reasons why you should be living in Meadow Glen at Monroe:

Monroe-Woodbury School District - With over 40 different clubs to participate in, well-known school sports teams and a low student to teacher ratio, there is much to love about the schools in Monroe.

Easy commute! - For commuters of New York City, Westchester and Northern New Jersey, one of the biggest concerns when moving to the suburbs is finding a home that's close enough to work that you won't have to trade half your day just to get to and from work. Meadow Glen residents enjoy a 75-minute train ride from Harriman to Penn Station and also have the Shortline Bus, highways and parkways at their disposal. The community is only about 43 miles to the George Washington Bridge when taking the Palisades Parkway.

Traveling is as easy as 1..2..3! - To start, you are only about 25 minutes away from Stewart International Airport where you can catch a flight to numerous different parts of the United States. Since Meadow Glen is only a couple minutes from I-87, you can also drive to hot shopping destinations like the Palisades Mall in West Nyack and, soon, The Marketplace at Newburgh.

Maintenance Free Common Areas - Living in the suburbs doesn't have to mean a laborious weekend of lawn mowing and pressure washing! Meadow Glen at Monroe residents enjoy a maintenance free lifestyle outside of their homes because a landscaping and maintenance company takes care of all of the common areas.

Gated Entrance -  Gated communities are making a comeback as buyers seek more privacy and protection from outside forces. The keypad-protected gate is located at the main entrance of the community for guests and homeowners but homeowners can opt to use the rear entrance or exit with in-car wireless sensors. 

Meadow Glen at Monroe Clubhouse

Above: Meadow Glen Clubhouse Lounge 

Clubhouse & Amenities - Meadow Glen at Monroe raised the bar for luxurious townhouse living with the construction of their spacious, well-appointed clubhouse which features a lounge area where you can sit with guests and watch tv or talk with friends by the fireside. Further inside, the state of the art fitness center is large enough to accommodate even the most discerning fitness buff's needs. Moving beyond the clubhouse, residents will enjoy exclusive use of the heated outdoor swimming pool, playground and private tennis court.

Shopping & Restaurants - Late night runs to the convenience store are a thing of the past because Meadow Glen is less than two minutes from major retailers Wal-Mart, BJ's and Target. When you are looking for the latest trends in fashion and accessories, look no further than the Woodbury Common Premium Oulets, also only a few minutes away. Lastly, for evenings out, with or without the family, you can take advantage of the many area restaurants including Cosimo's, TGI Friday and UNO Chicago Grill.

Meadow Glen at Monroe offers an outstanding value for any home buyer looking to move to the suburbs without having to sacrifice the low maintenance lifestyle of city living. With all the conveniences of supermarkets, retail and restaurants nearby combined with the charming, quiet suburban setting, Meadow Glen is a gem of a neighborhood anyone would be proud to call home.

Meadow Glen at Monroe looks like a very nice place to live. 
Dec 13, 2007 01:04 PM
New Jersey Real Estate James Boyer Morris, Essex & Union County NJ Realtor
RE/MAX Properties Unlimited, Real Estate - Morristown, NJ
Nice blog post,  well written and lots of information.
Dec 14, 2007 10:56 AM
Are you FHA approved?
Apr 24, 2011 04:55 AM