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*Brand New Construction, at The Bellclaire at Montclair Apartments !! ... 2 bed 2 ? bath Duplexes Over-sized 2 car garage with storage spaces , 1350 square feet Hardwood Floors throughout Stainless Steel Appliances, Gas Ranges , Secured Entry , Tile Kitchens and Baths , Pet Friendly... $3,800.00 per month*
Luxury living in perhaps New Jersey's most cultural and convenient address...within easy walking distance to numerous theatres, dining, museums and more! Walking distance to the midtown direct train station as well as the New York City bus. Easy access to Routes 80,280,46,3 and the Garden State Parkway.
Included in the rent is parking; a state-of-the-art fitness center; water, trash, and sewer utilities; in-unit laundry; granite counter-tops; bay windows; secured entrances; and much, much more. Every element of a fashionable life awaits you at Bellclair At Montclair. All you have to do is step inside!
Brand New Construction, at The Bellclaire at Montclair Apartments.
2 bed 2 ? bath Duplexes
Oversized 2 car garage, with storage spaces
1350 sq ft
Hardwood Floors throughout, Stainless Steel Appliances, Gas Ranges
Tile Kitchens and Baths
Starting at only $3,800.00 per month.
Lease Terms: 12 months and 6 months please call for details. Security Deposits: please call for details. Pet Policy:$250 non-refundable pet fee, per pet, two maximum, plus $25 per month fee, per pet.
Cats Allowed. Call for service animal policy.
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I would have given a rating of good or even excellent if it weren't for the construction that has just started Read More in the lot next to my building. They will be shoving a new building into a tiny lot, with maybe four feet in between. Before I was looking out my window to a lovely tree. Now I'll be looking at a wall or someone else's window. We've requested numerous times for this little outdoor spot to have picnic tables and a community grill added, now we are losing it all together.
December 09, 2014
IT clean and modern, with one exception: the front door access system is designed for the 20th century (when p Read Moreeople had land line telephones). Many residents do not have landlines anymore, and this is a problem that is only going to become more acute as applications like Apple TV and Netflix push cable aside. The door bell should ring in the house. The result of the current system is that piles of things get left, without security, in the front lobby and deliveries are hard to make.
December 09, 2014
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