Welcome Home to...Surrounded by picturesque wooded landscapes, rural farms, Charleston Woods offers luxurious new estate homes in prestigious Marlboro, Monmouth County, with a variety of floor plans and spacious home sites on 1.5 acres each. Nestled in a charming country setting this sophisticated community is minutes from any convenience you may need.
A Convenient Place to Live
At Charleston Woods, you will enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of upscale living with superior schools, excellent shopping and wide variety of cultural events. Charleston Woods is located about 1.5 miles from Route 18 and 4 miles from Route 9. Red Bank cane be reached in about 15 minutes and Freehold is 4 miles away. Commuting by train to New York City is an easy ride on the North Jersey Coast Line from the Red Bank Train Station or the Middletown Train Station. Newark Liberty Airport is around 34 miles awsay
A homeowner in Charleston Woods, you will join a community where
education is important.The children of this community will be a part
of the highly rated Colts Neck high school, which is a part of the
Freehold Regional School District.More
than 87 percent of the students pursue higher education, including
the most prestigious colleges of the nation.
Twelve specialized Magnet Programs are located through out the district. All 8th grade students from a sending school in the district are eligible to apply. Admission is competitive.
World Class Shopping at Your Doorstep!
Woods is close to all types of shopping, from quaint antique stores
adn specialty boutiques to modern malls. For convenient one stop
shopping Whole Foods is located 7 miles away. In charming Red Bank
you will discover unique stores. In historic Freehold you will find
a plethora of restaurants to have your taste buds dancing. Freehold
Raceway Mall is 7 miles away with Macy's, Nordstrom, JC Penney and
200 specialty stores , inclduing an outdoor village. Jersey Shore
Premium Outlets is 15 miles away features 120 stores inclduing
Coach, Michael Kors, and you will also find Jackson Premium Outlets
only 14 mile away.
The Best in Community Services
Excellent medical facilites are comfortably close to Charleston Woods. Riverview Medical center only 5 miles from you new home, offers a complete range of medicalv services. In addition the hospitals and medical care facilities in New Brucnswick, and New York City metropolitan area acclained for research and treaments are very accesible.,
Cultural and Recreational Paradise
Charleston Woods offers you both an exclusive residential neighborhood and a classic lifestyle. an ideal place for you and your family to make new friends. It is a tranquil place to live with almoset every type or recreation activity close at hand. You have the Delaware Hudson Trail right in your back yard with private access. Several challenging private and semi public golf courses are nearby. Due Process Stables and Golf Course, Eagle Oaks Golf Course and Country Club. Public golf course Pebble Creek and Homoniy Hill are minutes away. Several local and state parks are locasred within miles including Sunny Recreation park, Thomson park and Dorbrook park to name a few. At these parks your family can enjoy horse back riding, fishing, hiking, mountain biking and picknicking. Fitness clubs are within easy reach of your new home.
Monmouth County offers a broad variety of cultural diversions. Riverside Gardens in Red Bank holds out door jazz concerts overlooking the Navesink River. History and art is docvered at Allaire Village, Fort Hancock, Monmouth Museum and Sandy Hook Lighthouse. Attend a theatrical presentation or concert at Count Basse or Two Rivers Theater or PNC Arts center. Restaurants for casual or fine dining can be explored in Red Bank, Freehold, Rumson and Middletown.New York City or even Philadelphia you can enjoy a fabulous range of cultural, recreational activities and enjoy the diverse eclectic array of international and world class entertainement, cultural events and dining.
Little History About Marlboro
Marlboro Township covers 30.1 square miles and
the estimated population is 40,000
Largely unknown to most of its current residents, Marlboro's history is a chronicle that is rich in tradition. In fact, its history might be called typical of the growth of the nation outside the large cities. From the earliest settlements until fairly recently, Marlboro was a rural community composed of a number of small hamlets with names like Morganville, Robertsville, Wickatunk, Bradevelt, Topanemus, Hillsdale, Montrose, and Pleasant Valley. Although they each had small inns or taverns, the hub of activity centered around what is still referred to today as Marlboro Village. This is the area around the intersection of Main Street (Route 79) and School Road