Heritage at Little Ferry sees success in Bergen County NJ

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The new single-family home community from Roger Mumford Homes features two-story colonial designs in Little Ferry.

Heritage at Little Ferry is located on Mariani Drive in Little Ferry. Pictured: The Emerson model home.

“When you combine new single-family homes that feature spacious, open floorplans with expertly designed interiors and a convenient location that allows commuters to get anywhere they need with ease, there’s little question why Heritage at Little Ferry is selling so well,” said Larkin.

Roger Mumford Homes is pleased to announce that Heritage at Little Ferry has already achieved 40 percent sellout. With model homes nearing completion and sold homes under construction, Heritage at Little Ferry is fast becoming one of the most sought-after new communities in southern Bergen County.

“When you combine new single-family homes that feature spacious, open floorplans with expertly designed interiors and a convenient location that allows commuters to get anywhere they need with ease, there’s little question why Heritage at Little Ferry is selling so well,” said Keith Larkin, Sales Manager for Heritage at Little Ferry. “Visit one of our open houses (every Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5pm) and experience for yourself all there is to love about this impressive, commuter-friendly neighborhood.”

Heritage at Little Ferry offers 16 single-family homes in convenient Bergen County just 12 miles from Midtown Manhattan. “With virtually no other land available for single-family home development in close proximity to Manhattan, Heritage represents a unique and possibly final opportunity to purchase in a new home subdivision this close to the city,” added Larkin.

Heritage at Little Ferry features four of Roger Mumford Homes’ innovative home designs (the Lincoln, Chester, Byron and Emerson) that highlight up to five bedrooms, two-and-a-half to three baths, one- to two-car garages per plan, and up to 2,564 sq. ft. of living space. Various exterior looks are available.

All homes are personalized through the Roger Mumford Homes Design Center team. Design team associates work with each buyer to help create fabulous interior looks with the great products that are available in the Design Center. Homes highlight open floor plans with spacious great rooms; well-appointed kitchens with granite countertops, broad cabinet choices and Samsung stainless steel appliances; convenient mudrooms and flex rooms; master baths with oversized 4’ x 4’ showers; oak treads and railing on main stairs; large master suites with tray ceilings and generous walk-in closets; carriage-style insulated garage doors, high-efficiency natural gas furnaces and high-efficiency air conditioning.

Heritage at Little Ferry is just a short five-minute walk to the commuter bus to Manhattan, and offers easy access to the George Washington Bridge, the Garden State Parkway and Routes 17, 4, 46 and 80. Shopping, dining and recreation are all within reach at this Bergen County community. Little Ferry is home to nature trails, a bird sanctuary and fishing lakes. Residents will enjoy eclectic shopping at nearby Willowbrook Mall and the Outlets at Bergen Town Center. Heritage at Little Ferry is also located in close proximity to the many distinguished restaurants in the surrounding towns of Ridgewood and Hoboken.

Single-family homes are starting at $579,900. To learn more, visit the Heritage at Little Ferry Sales Center located on Mariani Drive in Little Ferry, call 732.996.8822 or visit HeritageAtLittleFerry.com.

About Roger Mumford Homes
Roger Mumford Homes was founded in 2005 by Roger Mumford, former President and Co-founder of the Matzel & Mumford Organization, which built over 75 new home communities in New Jersey. The builder has since earned multiple awards in recognition of its excellence in design and detail, reinforcing its brand and reputation. To learn more, please visit RogerMumfordHomes.com or call 732.842.1580.

Heritage at Little Ferry sees success in Bergen County!

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