156 Alexandria Way,
Bernards Twp. NJ

1 beds | 1 baths | MLS/ID#: 3541216


Move right in this sparkling second floor end unit in the sought-after Spring Ridge community of Basking Ridge. Windows on all three sides  create a sun-filled open floor plan. The living room/ dining room combination is open to the kitchen and fitted with hardwood flooring.  A sliding glass door in the living room reveals an inviting deck offering peaceful views.

The kitchen has been updated with new granite countertops, including the breakfast bar, a subway tile backsplash, new lighting and all new stainless steel appliances in 2016.  There is a cozy den with hardwood floors and a fireplace, perfect for those cooler days and evenings. A nicely sized master bedroom has carpeting, a walk-in closet and door to the new bath. 

The current owners have thoughtfully updated this inviting  condominium to include the completely renovated full ceramic tile bath with walk-in shower, double sink wood vanity with granite counters and a linen closet. The laundry with stackable  washer and dryer is in the hallway.  

Ample basement storage is a wonderful feature with 320-square feet of space which also houses the new HVAC furnace  and air conditioning added in 2017.

Spring Ridge is a popular 326-acre community that is nicely landscaped and well-designed; it backs up to 100 acres of nature. There are two pools, tennis courts, walking and biking trails and close proximity to major highways with easy access to Routes 78, 287,202, 206 and New York trains.
Bedrooms 1
Full Bathrooms 1
Square Feet 950
Property Type Residential
Style Townhouse-End Unit, One Floor Unit
Taxes $4,433 (2018)


Elementary CEDAR HILL
Middle W ANNIN
Number of Rooms 5
Basement Yes
Basement Desc. Partial, Unfinished
Approximate Square Feet 950
Renovation Year 2017
Community Living Yes
  • StallShw
  • WlkInCls
  • FireExtg
  • WndwTret
  • SmokeDet


  • CarbMDet
  • RgOvElec
  • CookElec
  • Refrig
  • Disposal
  • KitExhFn
  • StkW/D


  • Playground
  • Club House
  • Pool-Outdoor
  • Jogging/Biking Path
  • Kitchen Facilities
  • Tennis Courts


  • Family Room


  • Carpeting
  • Tile
  • Wood


  • 1 Unit
  • Forced Hot Air

Fuel type

  • Gas-Natural


  • 1 Unit
  • Central Air


  • Public Water

Water heater

  • Gas


  • Public Sewer


  • Cable TV Available
  • Fiber Optic Available
  • Garbage

Room layout

Room Dimensions Floor
Master Bedroom 17x12 Second
Den Room 10x11 Second
Dining Room 11x14 Second
Kitchen 9x10 Second
Living Room 12x14 Second
  • Tennis Courts
  • Deck
  • Sidewalk


  • Additional Parking
  • Assigned


  • Asphalt Shingle


  • Level Lot


  • Association Pool
Photo of Holly Suminski




Bernards Twp. (Basking Ridge), NJ real estate market

Basking Ridge in Bernards Township has retained its small-town charm for over 200 years. Most of the shops, restaurants, and services along tree-lined South Finley Avenue are located in historic 19th-century houses. In fact, the downtown area has so much history that it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.

Bernards Township was originally formed by Royal Charter as Bernardston Township. The name Bernards Township was given to the area in 1760 by King George II to honor Sir Francis Bernard, Provincial Governor of New Jersey from 1758 to 1760. It was incorporated as Bernards Township in 1798. Basking Ridge, Liberty Corner, Lyons, and West Millington are located within Bernards Township, while Martinsville is split between Bernards and Bridgewater Townships.

Even though maps indicate that Basking Ridge is a small commercial district in the northeast section of Bernards, about 95% of the township is referred to as Basking Ridge and has a Basking Ridge postal address. The only major parts of Bernards that do not have Basking Ridge addresses are the Veterans Administration Hospital in Lyons and Liberty Corner, a small historic district in the southern portion of the township.

The Bernards Township municipal building on Collyer Lane is housed in a circa 1912 brick Tudor mansion detailed with French pocket doors, maple and mahogany paneling, and marble fireplaces. The house and its 28 acres were sold to the township by John Jacob Astor VI for $140,000 in 1968.

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