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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.
- Don’t Let Summer Slip Away Without Taking Your Golf Game Up a Notch! 08/20/14
What can you do if you love to play golf—but feel that your game has hit a plateau? You can simply keep playing and hope that it gets better with practice. Or you can do something to take your game to the next level. Here’s one way to do that.
Crystal Springs Resort—just 47 miles from Manhattan—is proud and pleased to be the newest home of the world-renowned David Leadbetter Golf Academy. David Leadbetter’s approach works for golfers of all levels: whether you’re a beginner or a Tour professional. And Crystal Springs has become Leadbetter's primary base of operation in the northeastern United States.
- When All the Houses in Your NJ Neighborhood Start Looking the Same 08/13/14
- Deliverance From the Dog Days of Summer 08/06/14
The ancient Romans referred to this time of year as “The Dog Days.” The season was named after Sirius, “the dog star,” and were described as, “an evil time in which the sea boiled, the wine turned sour, dogs grew mad, and all other creatures became languid.”
At times, that sounds just a little bit like late summer in parts of New Jersey! The novelty of being out of school has worn off for the kids. They’re starting to complain that, “there’s nothing to do around here!” Things can get a little hot and muggy. And while the sea at the shore may not actually boil, it’s not as relaxing as it was at the beginning of the summer.
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