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Eagle Glen neighborhood in Washington Township, New Jersey is a small, well-established residential neighborhood located off Egg Harbor Road in Gloucester County. This relatively small neighborhood consists of one residential court with 13 residential lots and 1 open space which is owned by Washington Township. These homes were built in 1989 except for one property that was built in 1993.
These 2 Story, single family, detached homes have an average of 4 to 5 bedrooms, 2 ½ – 3 ½ bathrooms, a full basement, and a 2 to 3 car garage. Each property is approximately just over a half acre of land. These homes have an average of 3000 square feet of living space.
This neighborhood is not governed by a Homeowner’s Association making the upkeep and maintenance of the homeowner. The average real estate tax is $11000-$13000 a year.
The location of the neighborhood provides easy access to major roads, shopping, and dining. It is just a short drive to the local grocery stores, Jefferson Hospital, outpatient medical facilities, and the local township offices. The Deptford Mall is approximately a 15-minute drive. Several local golf courses are only a short, few minute drive.
Students residing in Eagle Glen neighborhood would attend Wedgewood Elementary School, Chestnut Ridge Middle School, and Washington Township High School.
If you are interested in this neighborhood or any other, Please Contact Bernadette for more information.
Heatherwood is a well-established, Active Adult 55+, residential neighborhood located just off County House Road in Washington Township, Gloucester County. This average size neighborhood consists of several different residential road and three residential courts. These homes were built by Hovnanian circa 2004.
These single family, detached homes offer 2 bedrooms with 2 full bathrooms. These homes also offer a 2-car attached garage and no basement. The average lot size is approximately 0.13-0.18 acres.
This lovely neighborhood is an Active Adult (55+) neighborhood making it desirable to many. For those of age that are still active in life and want to limit the number of younger neighbors than this neighborhood may be just what you are looking for.
Heatherwood 55+ community is governed by an HOA with a low monthly cost of approximately $115. Homeowners are responsible for all exterior maintenance and upkeep to the properties. The HOA takes care of the common area maintenance, lawn maintenance, snow removal, and trash pickup. Real estate taxes are approximately $6,000 to $8,500 a year.
The location of this neighborhood provides easy access to major roads and neighboring townships. Just a short drive to Delsea Drive and Route 55. Location is close to shopping, dining, and the Deptford Mall. Take Route 55 to head into the city.