Diane, Home Buyer in Toms River, NJ

Is there a difference between Holiday City Berkley and Holiday City Carefree?

Asked by Diane, Toms River, NJ Mon Jun 10, 2013

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Joan Congilose CRS,CDPE,GRI’s answer
Hi Diane, They are the same but located in 2 different areas of town , built by the same builder, same approx. age, same floor plans and both are conveniently located close to everything including: shopping, restaurants, movies, doctors and the hospital. They are known for being very affordable and have very low monthly maintenance fees.
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HI Diane, Jim is correct both villages are very similar and have the same models. There are a few holiday city's. Berkeley, West, Carefree, Heights and South. All are in the same area. I would be happy to email you the floor plans and answer any questions you may have about these adult communities. I am an active real estate agent who sells many homes in these villages, feel free to check out my website as well. Have a great night. http://www.YourTomsRiver.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jun 10, 2013
Hi Diane,

The short answer is, yes. The truth is both villages were built approximately the same time (1978-79), by the same builder and contain the same variety of models. The distinguishing differences between the two would be their clubhouses and amenities. Of course, this is all my opinion.

See for yourself; http://flanaganrealty.com/adult-communities/berkeley/

Slainte,

Jim
Web Reference: http://FlanaganRealty.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jun 10, 2013
Hi Diane,

They are two different sections of Holiday City with different clubhouses. The same model homes and the same price range for the homes. HC Berkley is the middle section of homes. HC Carfefree is off to the west of that in the Bannier Driver part of the community.
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