Lennar To Introduce Coventry Park Townhome Condominiums In Scenic Morris Plains

Top Quote Interested Buyers Registering for VIP Opening Weekend Early October. End Quote
  • Newark, NJ (1888PressRelease) September 16, 2011 - One of Morris County's most desirable suburban towns for families and commuters will soon be home to Lennar's newest luxury community, Coventry Park at Morris Plains.

    Coventry Park will feature 70 luxury townhome condominiums tucked away in a quiet- but-centrally-located community that New Jersey Monthly recently named one of New Jersey's "Best Places to Live." The location is just about a mile away from the Morris Plains train station and downtown Morristown's quaint colonial shopping and dining district.

    Lennar is introducing the new community during a special VIP Opening Weekend in early October to prospective buyers who will have an opportunity to purchase the two- and three-bedroom homes at pre-construction prices starting from the mid-$300s. The Chadwick design features 1,432 square feet with two bedrooms, three baths and a one-car garage, while the Hampton offers 1,779 square feet with three bedrooms, 2 baths and a one-car garage. Interested buyers can register to receive an invitation to the VIP event by calling Jakki Marousek at (732) 423-3810.

    "Today's sophisticated buyers are looking for quality, value, convenience and a location that gives them an opportunity to lead an active, exciting lifestyle," said Don Bompensa, President of Lennar's New Jersey Division.

    Located on Littleton Road of Route 202, Coventry Park is just minutes from Routes 287, 24 and 80 and other major highways. New York City commuters will find it a convenient, 45-minute drive into Manhattan, while the nearby Morris Plains and Morristown train stations both offer quick, efficient mass-transportation into the city.

    Coventry Park will be close to everything that today's lifestyle demands. A number of gourmet restaurants and boutique shops are near the community, as well as parks, hiking trails and preserved woodlands. The nearby Frelinghuysen Arboretum is a local treasure, offering more than 127 acres of beautifully-landscaped passive recreation space. The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Mayo Performing Arts Center and Washington's Headquarters historical site all provide cultural stimulation less than a five-minute drive away.

    In addition to its ideal location, New Jersey Monthly Magazine named Morris Plains number 33 on its list of the top 100 "Best Places to Live" in the state, citing the community's excellent schools, reasonable property taxes and microscopic crime rate.

    For more information on Lennar and Coventry Park, please visit www.Lennar.com or call (732)-423-3810.

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