Luxurious and Spacious Single Family Attached Home, East Gate

Posted on: 06-19-20

East Gate, the upscale residential community in historic Fort Monmouth, NJ, boasts a selection of single-family attached homes that have gained popularity as the definition of live/work has expanded in today’s new normal The two-story residences are drawing tremendous interest from younger couples and families wowed by expansive spaces indoor and out, and appreciative of the extra leisure time afforded by the neighborhood’s maintenance-free lifestyle.

Priced from $679,990, the three-bedroom homes boast uniquely wide floorplans with 2.5 baths, spacious dining/living room with fireplace, open concept kitchen, expansive master bedroom suite with lavish master bath and sitting room and den. Crown molding can be found throughout the main living level and hardwood flooring is included on both the first and second floors.

Outside, each single-family attached home has a private patio for homeowners to fully enjoy the tranquil and scenic natural Fort Monmouth surroundings, which include, parade grounds, open space and walking and biking trails around Parker’s Creek. There’s also East Gate Park, a one-acre outdoor space featuring a monument paying homage to Fort Monmouth’s storied past, pedestrian pathways, benches, lawns, seasonal flowers and shrubbery and a modernized lightning/lantern package.

Spacious and stylish layouts provide an abundance of room to grow for young working families, who also appreciate East Gate's proximity to New Jersey Transit’s Little Silver Train Station, located just two miles away, and express ferry service, both of which provide fast service to Manhattan.

Master-bathroom suites in the single-family attached homes boast double vanity countertops, Moen Eva faucets and showers with built-in benches and semi-frameless shower doors.

Luxury kitchens feature granite or quartz countertops, stainless steel Kohler fixtures and GE appliance packages.

Palermo Edwards Architecture has remodeled century-old Officer’s Housing buildings on the 1,126-acre former U.S. Army post into homes that blend early 20th century style with modern interiors. Contemporary floorplans are complemented by notable brick exteriors of tremendous grandeur and consequence.

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