The Pondview Estates apartment community recently opened in Wharton, a borough in Morris County, NJ. Pondview Estates is a brand new, pet-friendly community that offers residents a wide variety of luxurious amenities, and also gives residents easy access to Rockaway Township. Here’s more about our newest community.
At the moment, only one and two bedroom apartments are currently available. However, three bedroom units will be opened in the next phase of development. Depending on the unit, you will have access to either a basement or a loft. Each unit comes complete with a washer, a dryer and a fully equipped kitchen. On top of this, every lease includes Verizon FIOS internet access, should you sign up.
Select units feature luxurious amenities, including backsplash tiles, Nest thermostats, under cabinet lighting, and upgraded melamine closets. You’ll also get to enjoy a courtyard exclusively for VIP residents. Residences on the first floor will have hardwood floors.
Amenities in the Community
The Hoffman lounge is currently under construction and will be opened soon. It will be a state-of-the art facility featuring Amazon lockers, cold storage, fitness center, community room, and much more. Other amenities coming soon include a swimming pool, basketball courts, and playground. This community will also feature three jogging trails and outdoor fitness zones.
There are plenty of things to do in Morris County if you want to get out of the community for a little while. Morris County’s Rockaway Township is home to a number of great restaurants, including Caffé NaVona, Rockaway River Barn and Missy’s Main Street Café. If you want to do some shopping, you can check out the Rockaway Townsquare mall, which features over 170 different stores.
You can also visit Lake Hopatcong, the largest lake in New Jersey, where you can take part in different water sports. In addition, there is the Tourne County Park, where you can find many great hiking trails. If you like golf, you can check out one of Morris County’s golf courses, including the Berkshire Valley and Sunset Valley golf courses.