One day there was farmland and now there are townhomes. The new townhomes are going up fast! There is still plenty of construction to be done, but I was recently shocked to see how quickly everything is being built on Allenwood Road in Wall Township...
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If you didn't know, The Townes at Glen Oaks will be offering luxury new townhomes at 2061 Allenwood Road. There will be three different townhomes within the community - Albright III, Bryn Mawr, & Fordham. Once construction is complete (no exact date yet), here's what the townhomes will look like from the outside and inside...
Starting from least expensive to most expensive...
The Townes At Glen Oaks - Wall Township, New Jersey
What do you think? Would you or maybe someone you know want to move here? I think these townhomes will look very nice and they should be a very solid addition for Wall Township. If you want more information about The Townes at Glen Oaks, CLICK HERE!
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