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Community Profile: Regency at Denville in Denville, New Jersey

IMG_1514The Extraordinary Homes in The Regency At Denville present the Ultimate Luxury Resort-Style Active Adult Living in Scenic Morris County. This Sophisticated, Age 55+ community (Age 48+ may also apply)  is a great place to Live, Relax and Enjoy life. Built by nationally renowned builder, Toll Brothers, the Regency features Ultra-Sophisticated Amenities for a Lavish Lifestyle Beyond Compare. This community of tree-lined streets offers a Suburban Oasis for both its residents and visitors alike. Conveniently located in Denville, NJ, this community of Attached Carriage Homes/Townhomes offers Maintenance Free Living with all of the wonderful amenities sought after by Active Adults looking to downsize.

From the Elegant Clubhouse which is a great place to meet friends and where something exciting is always happening, to the refreshing Swimming Pool or the Fitness Center and Tennis Courts, the community has quickly become the place for Active Adults in Northern New Jersey. At the Regency, Exteriors are designed to be low maintenance and your lawn mowing and snow removal are all taken care of, so you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy the fabulous clubhouse and amenities. Denville lies just 35 miles west of New York City in Morris County, NJ and is just minutes away from all the conveniences necessary for today’s lifestyles.

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