Wow! Can you believe living in Falcons Ridge for under $800,000. The 1.5 acre level property close to schools, farms, Holmdel Park, Bell Works, PNC Arts Center and express bus service to NYC.This center hall colonial with bright sunlit foyer, living and dining rooms welcomes you to this beautiful home. The eat In kitchen has a sliding door to the deck for entertaining and is open to the family room w/ fireplace also has a sliding door to the oversized deck. There is a first floor bedroom with a full Bath next to kitchen and a laundry room opening to the rear deck. Upstairs is 4 bedrooms and the Master Bedroom retreat has a full bath. the 3 nice size other bathrooms share a full bath. The basement is unfinished dry with high ceilings and ready to be refinished. Storage shed off deck.The 1.5 acre property allows you double the size of the home, add a Tennis pool and pool house. Generator with transfer switch. NEW ROOF JUST INSTALLED walk to Holmdel HS to play tennis.
Robert McGarry, Ed.D, Holmdel Schools announced a $ 40.3 million major overhaul "I am pleased that the community agreed with our position that our community can't allow aging and outdated facilities to place limits on what our students are capable of achieving," he said in a statement. Nearly 90 percent of the $40.3 million is dedicated to Satz School, grades seven and eight, and Holmdel High School, grades nine through 12.
Although acting as separate entities, the two schools are actually connected on adjoining properties on Crawfords Corner Road. Satz School's front office and main entrance will be moved off to the side of the school and those offices will be turned into an expanded media center. Four new science labs will be introduced through construction and repurposing of existing classrooms. An existing health/music classroom will become space for a new robotics program to be introduced into the curriculum. At the high school, the TV Production studio will be relocated to a larger space and a former shop classroom will become a graphic arts and engineering lab. Major renovations to turn existing libraries into fully-functioning media centers at both schools are planned. TVs, private working spaces, collaboration rooms, and lounge areas will all be included. Village School, housing pre-k through third-grade students, would add onto its full-day kindergarten service by providing three new classrooms. A computer classroom would change into a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics) lab, and another classroom would become an art room.
Both Village School and Indian Hill School, grades four through six, will replace interior doors, security cameras, old heating and venting units with HVAC systems, and upgrade public address systems, as well as curbing and walkway repairs.
Athletic upgrades are also are set at the high school. Roggy Field will receive new turf and new track surfacing, as well as ADA compliant seating and modern lighting. The existing tennis courts will become grassy areas, and the tennis area will move to the main athletic complex behind the school. Because Holmdel 2020 was approved in a special referendum, the school district has $9.5 million in state debt service aid available to help lessen the burden on taxpayers. A Holmdel resident with an average assessed home value of $657,228, would see a $159 tax increase, according to the district.. McGarry anticipates all work to be complete by the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year.
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