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Park Brook Gardens

748 Bound Brook Road, Middlesex NJ 08846




Cats OK


Air ConditioningCable ReadyCeiling Fan(s)Hardwood FloorsHigh Speed Internet AccessOversized Closets


Coded Parking, Guest Parking, Heat and Hot Water Included, Off Street Parking

Property Details

Park Brook Gardens is conveniently located right across from Middlesex High School on Route 28 in the quaint, small town of Middlesex, New Jersey. A stones throw from public transportation, also easy access to Routes 287, 22, 1, and the NJ Turnpike, and a mere 15 minute ride to downtown New Brunswick and Rutgers University. Take a short walk or drive to one of the many nearby restaurants, CVS, supermarket, movies etc. Tthere are great schools, parks and the Somerset Patriots minor league baseball stadium just minutes away! Set back from convenient Route 28 (aka Bound Brook Road), you'll find a serene park-like setting with spacious 1 and 2 bedroom apartment homes. Our apartments boast hardwood floors, balconies, separate dining rooms and spacious closets (including a walk-in in the bedroom). Many units have renovated kitchens and baths! There is always ample on-site parking and a spacious and clean Laundry room. Professionally managed, at Park Brook Gardens you can live with ease knowing our knowledgeable and friendly maintenance staff is available 24 hours a day for your emergency needs. Come visit us today and find out why so many people are happy to call Park Brook Gardens home! Call today to tour your new apartment home! (NOTE: IF 57-98 Park Brook Gardens does not come up on your GPS or map software, please enter 748 Bound Brook Road, and you will find it!)

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Cats Allowed. Call for service animal policy.

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42 units

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