Find your new home in Greenbriar 1 , an active adult community in Brick NJ.
Greenbriar I, Brick
Greenbriar 1 in Brick NJ is a 55+, Active Adult Over 55 Community. It’s ideally located because it’s close to the Garden State Parkway (Exit 91), the Jersey Shore and all major shopping, There’s a homeowners association, therefore a monthly association fee will be assessed, The association fees are reasonable, and additionally, the taxes are usually under $3000 per year. The fees cover lawn maintenance, snow removal and use of the common areas and clubhouse. As a result, you won’t need to cut grass or shovel snow. Furthermore, there is a one time buy in fee payable at closing by the new owner.
In the 1970’s, 1400 single family detached homes were built in Greenbriar 1. These homes have either one or two bedrooms, and have 1, 1.5 or 2 baths. In addition, all homes have a 1 car garage. The homes are heated by electric. Most people equate electric heat with high heating bills. However, there are affordable ways to keep those heat bills under control. To learn more about these options, contact us.
In addition, your pets are welcome at Greenbriar 1.
Greenbriar 1 in Brick has a clubhouse, which is the social hub of the community. You’ll have access to a number of activities. This will allow you to socialize and keep fit. Available to you will be clubs, trips, socials and a monthly newsletter to keep you up to date. There’s an exercise area.for those who want to stay in shape. When the weather gets warm you can swim in the outdoor pool. You can be as active or as in-active as you want. In addition, this community is only minutes to The Jersey Shore. Also, you can enjoy local activities such as fishing, boating, golf, shopping, dining and much much more.
While Greenbriar 1 doesn’t have a golf course, there are many courses available in Ocean County.
The Ocean County transit system, Ocean Ride, provides bus transportation throughout Ocean County. 12 bus routes connect key residential areas with popular destinations such as shopping, and other adult communities, in addition to social services.
Shopping, Recreation and Dining
In the area, you’ll find almost any kind of shopping you desire on either Route 70 or Hooper Ave. In addition, Route 9 in Lakewood and heading north are many more shopping options. Raceway Mall in Freehold is 20 minutes away, and it features more than 200 stores and restaurants.
Brick offers a summer concert series at Windward Beach. This features top local bands, just bring a chair and enjoy the music. Once we saw Blood, Sweat and Tears there. It was a great show. You can also go to Red Bank’s Count Basie Theater. This venue offers plays, concerts and other shows. In Red Bank you’ll also find the Twin Rivers Theater, which puts on some great plays. The boardwalk in either Seaside Heights or Point Pleasant is a great way to pass some time and get some fresh air and exercise.
The area also has many options for dining out – both formal and casual. You’ll find some fantastic seafood restaurants nearby in Point Pleasant.
Nearby in Brick is the Ocean Medical Center, which is located on Jack Martin Blvd. Surrounding the hospital are a number of different medical practices.
Ocean Rides Reserve-A-Ride Program provides door-to-door, non-emergency medical transportation service. This transports seniors (age 60 and over) to medical facilities in Ocean County. You’ll need to make advance reservations, however, a fee will be charged.
When you’re ready to either buy or sell an active adult community home, contact us. Call Bunny and Art Reiman – the Active Adult Community Specialists