Low Income Housing at 174 Federal Point Blvd. 6302353
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Great location within development and far enough away from I-95 traffic noise! Wonderful 55+ Affordable Housing unit with an "open-floor plan" and in "move-in condition." This bright, clean home is open and spacious with neutral colors. The Living Room is bright and clean with neutral colors, wall-to-wall carpet and three large, "energy efficient" double-pane, double hung windows adorned with highly desirable "Hunter Douglas" wood blinds. The Kitchen is large enough to accommodate a small table and chairs, with plenty of cabinets, and counter space, and a half-wall partition that separates it from an optional Dining Area. The Kitchen features a gas oven/range, a Pantry closet, a Stainless Steel sink, built-in Dishwasher, linoleum floor, Formica countertop, and oak cabinets. All appliances are included in the sale! The Bedroom also features wall-to-wall carpet (in good condition); large windows complimented by more beautiful Hunter Douglas wood blinds; a large closet; and an access panel to the attic, which can be used for storage. The Bathroom is generously sized and features a linoleum floor, wood vanity, mirror, mirrored medicine cabinet, and a bright light fixture. The Bathroom tub/shower has a ceramic tile surround and a handy safety bar! There is a 1at Floor Utility Closet that houses the unit's stackable washer/dryer, a 50-gallon, gas hot-water heater, and, a high efficiency Lenox gas furnace, which is less than ten-years old, so it should last many more! Lastly, community residents share in the use of the "Traditions at Federal Point Clubhouse" where community meetings and social functions are conducted. Community residents can also rent the Clubhouse for their own special events! Affordable housing unit; income restrictions apply so interested buyers must apply and be approved through Lawrence Township Affordable Housing Board. Paperwork can be obtained through your Realtor, or directly at the Lawrence Township- Affordable Housing website. Traditions at Federal Point is a desirable over-55 community that is centrally located to major highways, train stations, new Capital Health hospital shopping and dining.
174 Federal Point Blvd.
Lawrence, NJ  08648 US
Intersection of Federal City Road
Community of Lawrence Twp. - Traditions @ Federal Point
Utilities: GasHeat, HotAirHeat, GasHotWater, CentralAir, PublicWater, PublicSewer, 200-300AmpEl, CircBreakers Parking: NoGarage, 1-CarParking, DrivewayPrk, Asgn/DeedPrk, ParkingLot Exterior: Sidewalks, StreetLights, ExteriorLght, VinylExt, ConcreteFoun, LevelLot, PitchedRoof, ShingleRoof, Patio, NoPool Bsmt: NoBasement Interior: AccessPanel, NoFireplace, W/WCarpeting, Vinyl/LinFl, SecuritySys, CableTVWired, EnrgyEfficntWdws, MoblImprMods, MainFlrLndry Kit: EatInKitchen, GasCooking, KitPantry, SelfClnOven, BuiltInDishW, EnrgyEfficntApl Assn Inc: ComAreaMaint, ExtBldgMaint, LawnMaint, SnowRemoval, TrashRemoval Finance: ConventnalFi Cond: Average+ Building Orient: BldOrientationNW
Fact Sheet:
Listing Type: Sale
Property Type: Condo
Architecture Type: Ranch
Year Built: 2004
Price: $78,800
Interior Size: 808 sq. ft.
Stories: 1
Bedrooms: 1 room(s)
Bathrooms: 1 room(s)
Property Tax: $2,404
Living Room, Security System, Patio, Central Air, Master Bedroom
School Information:
Schools are generally not a consideration with Adult Community listings, however, for information about Lawrence Twp. schools, go to: http://www.ltps.org/index.cfm
Local Area Information:
What is now Lawrence Township was originally formed as Maidenhead Township on February 20, 1697, while the area was still part of Burlington County in West Jersey. The township was named by the early Quaker settlers after Maidenhead, a Thames River village west of London. It became part of the newly created Hunterdon County on March 11, 1714. Maidenhead Township was incorporated as one of New Jersey's initial group of 104 townships by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on February 21, 1798. On January 24, 1816, the municipality was renamed Lawrence Township, in honor of Captain James Lawrence commander of the frigate USS Chesapeake and one of the naval heroes of the War of 1812 best known for his dying command of "Don't Give up the Ship." Lawrence Township became part of Mercer County at its creation on February 22, 1838. Portions of the township were taken to form Millham Township on February 10, 1882, which was annexed six years later by Trenton.


Last Updated: 1/26/2015
Listed by Ed Miller of Keller Williams Realty Princeton

Ed  Miller
100 Canal Pointe Blvd., Suite 120
Princeton, NJ  08540
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