With this membership, buyers can enjoy the club’s 18-hole championship golf course on 250 acres of rolling hills and lush tree lines, as well as its tennis courts, swimming pool, fitness center and tavern dining and wine rooms. In the winter, the club features an ice skating rink, as well.
“We built Belview Estates to have a small-town, neighborhood feel to it,” said Sue Livingston, the sales representative at this exclusive community of just 35 private homes. “The golf club memberships will allow our residents to meet their neighbors and feel like they’ve been living here for years.”
There are currently nine floor plans available which are priced to sell starting at $399,990. Each features upgrades including dramatic arched openings and high ceilings, spacious living rooms,
family rooms with fireplaces, gourmet kitchens with large breakfast areas as well as formal dining rooms.
Master bedroom suites are the ultimate personal retreats with large walk-in closets, lavish en suite bathrooms complete with Roman soaking tubs, dual vanities and separate showers.
Eight of the 35 estates have already been sold with another three in contract. “Great craftsmanship and a convenient location never go out of style,” continues Ms. Livingstone of the homes that can be built with optional libraries, conservatories, Jack and Jill Baths, home offices and sitting rooms. Optional fifth bedrooms can be added to certain models.
Belview Estates is a collection of luxury homes on two to seven acre home sites offering homeowners the privacy of a more rural area with all the conveniences of a suburban community like nearby shopping, dining and entertaining. For more information, call 908.454.2267 or log onto www.BelviewEstatesLuxuryHomesNJ.com.
About Larken Associates
A two-generation, family-owned business since 1965, Larken Associates is widely-recognized as one of the region’s fastest growing, well-respected companies. Based in Hillsborough, NJ, Larken has been responsible for developing prominent residential and commercial projects throughout the Tri-State area.