Four Opportunities Remain at
Sterling Hill in Parsippany
Strong buyer activity has left only four homes available for sale at Sterling Hill, a new community of 12 luxury residences in the Morris County township of Parsippany.
Among the remaining homes is a decorated Gladstone model available with a 30-day closing, according to Sterling Properties, which is developing the community in a joint venture with the Cali Family Partnership.
"The four-bedroom Gladstone is one of our most popular designs, offering elegant detailing and spacious interiors," said Rosanne Brooks, Sterling’s director of sales and marketing. "In addition, this home comes fully loaded with a host of decorator options and amenities."
Priced at $799,900, the Gladstone model offers 3,500 square feet of living space. Features include a three-car garage, a full basement, a two-story entry foyer, and cathedral, vaulted or tray ceilings in selected areas. A designer island kitchen has a breakfast area and designer cabinets, while a master bath boasts a whirlpool tub, a separate tiled shower and his-and-her vanities.
The Fairmont model at Sterling Hill
Included in the three other remaining homes are a five-bedroom Delaware design and two Fairmont homes, all priced from the low to mid-$700,000s. These residences offer about 2,950 to 3,352 square feet of living space and three-car garages.
"These are the last opportunities buyers will have to purchase such magnificent homes in an exclusive cul-de-sac community," Brooks said. "The homes will all be located on lots carefully situated to provide residents with significant privacy, with some near a preservation area and Morris County parkland. Most of the remaining lots are about one acre."
Buyers can take advantage of Parsippany’s convenient location, school system and suburban setting, with an parks and recreation system. Recently rated among the top 20 New Jersey suburbs, the 20-square-mile township prides itself on being a model place to live for its 52,000 residents.
"Parsippany has an outstanding quality of life stemming from its fine social and public services," said Brooks. "The town is home to 19 parks. The police department is one of three in New Jersey to receive national accreditation. In addition, the Parsippany-Troy Hills School District has been rated among the top 10 percent in the nation for its small classes, low student/teacher ratio and availability of extracurricular activities."
Parsippany’s proximity to a transportation network permits easy travel to a variety of business, social, recreational and entertainment venues. New York City and northern New Jersey are a short commute via bus and train, while Newark Liberty International Airport and central New Jersey are accessible via interstates 287, 280, routes tO, 46 and 24.
To visit, take 1-287 to Route tOE. Proceed to the Troy Hills Road jughandIe. Continue straight as Troy Hills Road becomes S. Beverwyck Road, then turn left onto Sunrise Drive. Proceed to the end and make left on Philip Drive. Sterling Hill lies straight ahead. Or, if traveling west on Route 10, turn right onto Troy Hills Road and proceed as above.
©Recorder Community Newspapers
February 20, 2003