Montgomery Hills is a residential community located off of Blue Spring Road in Princeton, Montgomery Township, New Jersey. The Community consists of 346 townhomes, 35 affordable condominium units and 60 affordable, senior citizen rental units.
Montgomery Hills is conveniently located just off of Route 206 in Princeton, minutes away from US Route 1, I-95 and I-295. Residents of Montgomery Hills enjoy the cultural and sporting events of Princeton and neighboring areas, including concerts at the Sovereign Bank Arena and Minor League baseball at Waterfront Park in Trenton. Princeton University, Rider University and The College of New Jersey offer educational and entertainment opportunities. The community is also only an hour by car or train to New York and Philadelphia.
With all of these local attractions what more could a resident ask for…
…how about some peace and quiet!
Montgomery Hills has many areas of preserved natural woodlands throughout the common areas and is bordered by preserved open space, conservation easements and the lovely Van Horne Brook. Montgomery Hills offers the convenience of Association living without feeling crowded. The “preserved open space” areas around Montgomery Hills are protected and may not be developed in the future.
Montgomery Hills boasts three tot lots, three tennis courts, a basketball court and a volleyball court as well as walking paths throughout the community. There is also a Clubhouse with a kitchen, lounge and fitness room for the exclusive use of the 60 affordable, senior citizen rental units.
Townhouse owners in Montgomery Hills hold Fee Simple Ownership of the building and lot. The Montgomery Hills Homeowners Association maintains the exterior of the townhomes, including the roof and siding, and establishes guidelines for architectural modifications.
Condominium owners in Montgomery Hills hold Condominium Ownership of their units. The McKinley Commons Condominium Association maintains the exterior of the buildings, including the roof, siding and common breezeways, and establishes guidelines for architectural modifications.
The Montgomery Hills Master Association maintains all of the common areas including landscaping, snow removal and street lighting.