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The Village at Crystal Springs is a vibrant, New Jersey resort community in a truly picturesque setting, nestled in the scenic mountains of the Sussex Skylands. Here you'll find a collection of new luxury homes and vacation homes situated in the Northeast's premier four-season residential resort. Conveniently located just 47 miles from Manhattan, this NY Metro area golf resort is complemented by Crystal Springs Resort's 7 award-winning courses, Mountain Creek Ski Resort, 2 luxury spas, world-class dining and wine-cellar.
Whether you're looking to buy a custom built home, a NJ vacation home, investment property, or retirement home in NJ, you'll find a variety of new home styles and floor plans to meet every taste. Crystal Springs Builders offers single family homes, townhomes, condominiums, Estate homes, golf villas and vacation homes.
Plenty of great outdoor sports adventures will keep you active, along with social and recreational opportunities for every lifestyle. There's so much...so close at Crystal Springs--the most sought after resort community in New Jersey.
- When Golf Season Gets Here Will You Be Ready? 03/12/14
According to the calendar, spring starts on March 20 this year. However, Mother Nature (as we all know all too well) seems to keep her own calendar. Either way, it won’t be long before you’ll be able to get in a round or two of golf without having to wipe the snow off your golf balls!
Golf season will be here soon. Will you be ready for it? And even if you’re ready—will the courses in your area be ready for you? If you’re a little tired of long waits and crowded courses, there is an alternative.
At Crystal Springs Resort there’s no shortage of opportunities to get out and play. You can have your choice from seven different golf courses. And we’re not talking about just any courses. These outstanding courses include the #1 ranked Ballyowen course, named one of the Top 50 Public Courses in the United States by Conde Nast’s GolfWorld magazine. Or you can choose to play on our Black Bear, Cascades, Crystal Springs, Great Gorge, Minerals or Wild Turkey Golf Clubs. You can check all of these courses out here.
What if your game isn’t up to par? No worries! You can hone your skills under the tutelage of the #1 golf instructor in the world at the David Leadbetter Golf Academy.
Of course, there’s more to life at Crystal Springs Resort than just great golf. There’s fun, entertainment, and relaxation for the whole family, including: swimming, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, spas, and much more. And at the end of the day, you can enjoy some of the finest dining in the region at one of our many outstanding restaurants.
It won’t be long until golf season is in full swing. You can be ready to take advantage of it—and so much more—just 47 miles from the George Washington Bridge. We’re ready whenever you are!
- What Do Rising Housing Costs in NY and NJ Mean for You? 03/07/14
We knew it was going to happen. Economic forecasters pointed to the fact that once the housing market regained its footing, housing prices would rise. Maybe it wasn’t a fact when they projected it, but the data seems to indicate that the experts got it right. Housing costs in both New York and New Jersey are on the rise.
What does that look like for New Yorkers? According to Zillow.com New York home values have gone up 9.3% over the past year and the online real estate company predicts they will rise 4.9% within the next year. It’s not just the cost of buying a home that’s increasing. Zillow.com also reports that the median rent price in New York is $2,700, which is higher than the New York Metro median of $2,675.
What about New Jersey? Zillow.com says that home values in the Garden State have gone up 6.1% over the past year and they predict they will rise 2.6% within the next year. Rents across the state are a bit more reasonable than in New York, with a median rent price of $1,650.
Where will prices go from here? Even the experts are a bit hesitant to make long-range projections. But nobody is talking about prices heading down any time soon. And there is increasing belief that interest rates won’t stay as low as they currently are either.
Is now the time to investigate New Jersey resort living? We’re not economic prognosticators, but if prices do continue to climb, it seems that earlier you make a move, the better off you’ll be.
But when it comes to your home, it’s not just about cost and interest rates. It’s about what you get for your money. It’s about quality of life. That’s why taking a look at Crystal Springs Resort makes sense. There are still great deals to be had on homes that surround you with comfort and the serenity of the beautiful Sussex Skylands. It’s like living in an oasis—less than an hour outside of Manhattan.
Take a look at the wide variety of home options available to your at The Village at Crystal Springs. Your choices range from condominiums to luxury townhomes to single-family homes—and even golf villas. Or download our free Resort Real Estate book that also highlights the other amenities available to you when you choose the best in New Jersey resort living!
- U.S. Olympian visits the Crystal Springs / Mountain Creek Resort, NJ 03/05/14
Snowboarders at the Mountain Creek Resort, NJ were greeted with a surprise guest on Friday, February 28, 2014. Ty Walker, the youngest member of the U.S. Olympic Snowboarding Team, stopped by on her way home to Vermont from Sochi, Russia.
The Olympic slopestyle athlete gave pointers to those just learning the sport and to those hoping to qualify for the Snowboarding Nationals set to begin around April 1, said Hugh Reynolds, director of marketing for Mountain Creek.
Mountain Creek, NJ will be hosted the Mid-Atlantic Finals for the United States of America Snowboard Association from March 1-8, 2014. Those who qualify will compete in the Snowboarding Nationals in Colorado.
Local United States Snowboard Accociation Slopestyle Competitors rode the Mountain Friday with Walker, who gave them advice on slopestyle technique while the Olympic athlete also took time to assist in lessons for newcomers,
Walker was the youngest competitor in the Women's Snowboard Slopestyle.
After an injury to her heel in the opening day of practice, Ty competed with injury finishing 14th in the Olympic finals. She has been a professional snowboarder since age 13 and will next be competing at the Burton Snowboards US Open of Snowboarding in Vail, Colorado.
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