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Public Excitement Mounts During Preview Period At Estling Village in Denville

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DENVILLE, NJ-- The opportunity to preview Estling Village, a new collection of luxury townhome-style rental residences in the charming Morris County Township of Denville, has generated considerable interest in the community, with prospective residents now eagerly awaiting initial move-in dates this December.

JMF Properties Group launched the special preview opening last month to begin showcasing the new transit-oriented community which is located just a short walk to the Denville Train Station serving the Morristown and Boonton lines. The early viewing, combined with a recently-introduced preview incentive available through December 18th, has left renters wanting more.

“We were delighted to have secured such an incredible piece of property so close to Denville’s vibrant downtown and within walking distance to the train station,” said Joe Forgione, the Founder and Principal of JMF Properties Group, which specializes in transit-oriented development throughout the region.   “Our goal was to create a modern lifestyle experience for residents forged out of spacious townhome designs, well-thought-out amenities and services, and convenient access to dining, shopping and public transportation.  We believe we’ve delivered just that with Estling Village, and the public is responding.”

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JMF Properties created six distinct single-level and three-story floorplans for Estling Village, ranging from 965 to 1,296 square feet of living space. Both one- and two-bedroom layouts with up to 2 ½ baths are offered, including a large den/library available in select homes. Monthly rents start from $2,275 for one-bedroom floor plans and $2,425 for two-bedroom residences.  Initial occupancy is scheduled for this December, and renters can take advantage of a special preview incentive available through December 18th.  

Designed for both privacy and community, Estling Village features innovative architectural design and an attention to detail that is rare in today’s market.  Each residence includes a private entrance with secure keyless entry and an attached or detached garage.  Designer finishes and appointments include European contemporary cabinets, gourmet kitchens with Whirlpool® stainless steel appliances and organic white quartz countertops, hardwood vinyl plank flooring in living areas, wall-to-wall bedroom carpeting, stacked individual washer and dryer, and central air conditioning. 

In addition to elegantly-designed homes, Estling Village residents will have access to a full complement of upscale amenities and services. A state-of-the-art fitness center, resident clubhouse with club room, kitchen and cyber café; picnic areas with barbecue grills, lush tree-lined walkways and courtyards, and bicycle storage are all available for resident enjoyment. 

JMF’s commitment to service and sustainable development is further demonstrated through a suite of exclusive benefits to Estling Village residents, including an onsite Zagster™ bike share station which will allow residents to enjoy Denville’s shopping and dining areas in a convenient and healthy manner.  Professional management will ensure all resident needs are promptly taken care of, while an online portal allows residents to make rent payments, submit maintenance requests, receive package notifications and communicate with management from their computer or phone. 

Estling Village is also the first multifamily property in Morris County to be connected to Optimum’s special 1 Gigabit high-speed Internet service which is included in the rent.  It is a smoke-free community, as well. Dogs and cats are welcome in select homes.

The new community’s picturesque Morris County location is underscored by its intimate setting tucked into a quiet, tree-lined street.  The location is incredibly convenient for motorists, as Routes I-80, I-287, 46, 53, 10 and 24 are all nearby and easily accessible. Rail commuters can walk to the Denville Train Station, which offers direct service to Manhattan on both the Montclair-Boonton and Morristown NJTRANSIT lines.

Denville is home to numerous parks and nature preserves, as well as four lakes, making it ideal for hiking, biking and other outdoor recreation. The community boasts a classic American downtown with restaurants, pubs, coffee shops, independent retailers and more. The Township’s Recreation Department offers a wide variety of sports and activities for both children and adults, including tennis, fishing, bowling, volleyball, basketball, softball, ski & snowboard programs, classes and camps. The school system is widely regarded as excellent, with above average test scores and a high school that is consistently ranked in the top 20 percent in the state by New Jersey Monthly Magazine. 

For more information or to schedule a preview of the community’s furnished model home and clubhouse, please call (973) 539-7999 or visit www.EstlingVillageApartments.com or www.facebook.com/estlingvillage

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