About Monroe, New Jersey
Renaissance is located in the heart of Monroe on Route 33 which is less than 2 miles from the exit 8 of the New Jersey Turnpike. Monroe was named after President, James Monroe when it was founded in 1838. Monroe was a farming community for many years until they started building more houses. After Exit 8A was put on the New Jersey Turnpike, Monroe became more of a Suburban area. Rossmoor was first developed as the age-restricted community and after this one was built 5 more housing developments followed Rossmoor: Renaissance at Monroe, Concordia, Clearbrook, Greenbriar at Whittingham, The Ponds, Encore, and the Regency at Monroe. There are more 55+ communities under development in Monroe, NJ currently.
Surrounding Area of the Renaissance Community
The location of Renaissance is in a very convenient location which makes it easier for the residents of the community to check out the areas which surround or for traveling around the East Coast. Philadelphia and New York City are only an hour away which makes it great for taking a day or weekend trip from Renaissance. There is an express bus available to New York City which runs on Route 33, which makes it easy to travel to the city. In the Monroe area, there are many shops, banks, restaurants, strip malls near the Renaissance community. The homeowners at Renaissance at Monroe will enjoy going to the nearby shopping malls including the QuakerBridge and Freehold Mall which has over 100 stores. Some of the major known department stores are there which are very popular: Nordstrom, Macy’s, Lord and Taylor, JCPenny, and Sears.
55+ Adult Living
There are several Homes for Sale in Renaissance that Cathy can show you. Monroe has a large population of senior citizens due to the big amount of 55+ communities and state of the art facilities. As you get older and retire it is nice to be in the same area as people your age. When you go out to places you will feel more comfortable seeing people your own age and not having to deal with the loud noises of kids and teenagers in your neighborhood. There are also several great healthcare facilities in Middlesex County and beautiful outdoor spaces by Thompson Park there are 675 acres. In New Brunswick there is a performing arts center nearby as well as Princeton’s historic district which provides a beautiful scenery for dining, shopping, or a nice walk. Princeton is a beautiful area to explore on a nice day. Renaissance at Monroe is an active 55+ adult living community in Middlesex County, NJ.
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Price Range: $350’s – $450’s
Number Of Homes: 348
New/Resale: Resale Homes Only
Age Restrictions: 55+
Construction Dates: 2004-2010
Builder: Centex Homes