Henley Neighborhood in Washington Township, NJ
The Henley neighborhood is a small, well-established residential neighborhood located off Hurffville-Cross Keys Road in Washington Township, Gloucester County. This neighborhood can also be accessed from East Holly Ave to Bainbridge Lane. This relatively small neighborhood consists of two residential streets and three residential courts with a total of 73 residential lots and 3 open space lots. Most of these homes were built in 1999-2000 by Paparone.
Sometimes referred to as Henley Forest, These 2 Story, single family, detached homes have an average of 4 bedrooms, 2 ½ bathrooms, a full basement, and a 2-car garage. Each property is approximately just over 1/3rd of an acre of land. These homes have an average of 2000 square feet of living space.
This neighborhood is not governed by a Homeowner’s Association making all upkeep and maintenance the responsibility of the homeowner. The average homeowner is paying real estate tax between $10000-$13000 a year.
The location of the Henley neighborhood provides easy access to all that the township offers. It is just a short drive to the local grocery stores, Washington Lake Park, Jefferson Hospital, outpatient medical facilities, and the local township offices. Rowan University is in Glassboro and is a short drive from the neighborhood. The Deptford Mall is approximately a 25-minute drive.
Students residing in this neighborhood would attend Hurffville Elementary School, Chestnut Ridge Middle School, and Washington Township High School.
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