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Livingston Luxury New Construction! Open Floor Plan Gourmet Kitchen Large Level Yard and Close to NYC Transportation…

Move-In-Ready Center Hall Colonial

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New Construction, Luxury Living on a Quiet Cul-De-Sac!

This is just the first of 10 new homes in this community featuring vaulted and trayed ceilings, crown molding, gleaming oak wood floors, paver patios, two-car garages, and natural light throughout.
Tour the Sycamore Model at Woodland Manor this weekend.

Zebaida Group proudly presents our new listing, a 4-Bedroom, 2.5-Bath Center Hall Colonial at 3 Rosewood Ct., Livingston, NJ 07039

This magnificent, move-in ready, new construction center hall colonial is waiting just for you to move in and add your own flair! The Sycamore Model at Woodland Manor is just one of 10 new homes situated on a quiet, tree-lined cul-de-sac in idyllic Livingston. Located near Livingston’s thriving downtown area, with wonderful shops and eateries, this 4-bedroom, 3 and a half bath home, offers a lot of great living space. Rays of natural light, vaulted ceilings, crown moldings, gleaming oak floors greet you throughout. The shining white, eat-in gourmet kitchen, with center island and hi-end appliances, opens into a gorgeous family room, with a gas fireplace and wall of windows overlooking a large, lush, level yard and private paver patio. The formal dining room, living room and private office, with French doors, add to the main level, with too many features to list. Up a sweeping staircase is a spectacular, large master bedroom retreat, with vaulted ceilings, a spa-like bath, with soaking tub, and double shower, as well as 2 walk-in closets. A junior master, with en-suite full bath and 2 more bedrooms, with connecting full bath, and a convenient laundry room, complete the 2nd floor.

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Why Move to Livingston?

Occupying 14 square miles in western Essex County, Livingston, which is home to nearly 30,000 residents, is conveniently located 25 miles from New York City, with Interstates 80 and 280, the Garden State Parkway, the New Jersey Turnpike, and Route 24 all nearby. Mass transit options to New York from town, each taking roughly an hour, include a town-sponsored jitney service from the Livingston Mall to the New Jersey Transit rail station in South Orange; driving to Harrison and taking the PATH to lower Manhattan; or the Community Coach USA Route 77 bus from Livingston Center to Port Authority.

Livingston’s renowned school system, with its well-recognized arts, music and sports programs, is a key factor for most people when making the decision to move to town. There are six elementary schools in Livingston: Burnet HillCollinsHarrisonHillsideMt. Pleasant Elementary and Riker Hill; two middle schools: Mount Pleasant and Heritage: and a high school, Livingston High School. There is also an alternative school at Monmouth Court. Livingston’s schools consistently rank among the best in the state and nation, with the high school listed among the top 5% of schools in the nation.

There are also 3 well-known private schools in town – Newark Academy, Aquinas Academy and Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School, as well as three special needs schools Academy360 Upper School,  Horizons School and Sinai.

The community pride of Livingston is pronounced with numerous events and programs that are offered. There’s always something fun to do in Livingston, be it spending some time at the Livingston Public Library, swimming at the two Livingston Town Pools, or playing at one of Livingston’s beautiful Parks.

While new businesses are booming in Livingston, many restaurants have stood the test of time and a few have joined the ranks. Livingston is home to many Italian restaurants and pizza parlors, steakhouses, delis, Chinese, Greek and Mediterranean restaurants and more including the Ritz Diner, Nero’s, THAVNAEppes Essen, Nana’s Deli, Cocco Bello Cafe, Sweet Basil Cafe and new additions – Assado Portuguese SteakhouseTropical Smoothie Café, Shake Shack and Mezza.

Livingston’s pedestrian-friendly main street feel with charming restaurants, cafes and boutiques, coupled with the newly revamped Livingston Mall, boasting over 100 stores, and three newly developed and revitalized malls at the corner of town near Eisenhower Parkway housing the Container Store, a coveted drive-thru Starbucks, Blaze Pizza, Cycle Bar, Nordstrom Rack, Ulta Beauty and Cost Plus World Market prove here is much to do in town.

Favorite long-standing businesses also pepper the town like Jay’s Shoe Box, 580 SouthChari Amster, Complements Two, Karig’s Hardware, Bottle King, PETSector, Meyers Dolls Toys Hobbies and more. For food shopping, there’s Shoprite and Kings, with green grocers Trader Joes and Whole Foods located nearby.

In Livingston, residents have access to world-class healthcare at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, which is home to over 1800 physician in over 100 medical and surgical specialty and subspecialty services. In addition, Summit Medical recently erected a 50,000-square-foot facility in town that supports over 30 specialties and services including urgent care. There are also countless beauty salons, spas, gyms and other related services scattered throughout Livingston including Deici Lifestyle SpaDasi Salon and Antonios Salon and Spa, Beauty Bar by Camila Mello, Reflections, Lash House Beauty Boutique, Barre, Club Pilates, Ignite Yoga, West Essex YMCA, Powerflow Yoga and Xtend Barre.

While there is so much to do in Livingston, the suburb is located close to towns like Short Hills/Millburn, West Orange, South Orange and more, which offer many family-fun activities. Located just minutes to the east of Livingston, off Northfield Avenue in West Orange, is the Essex County South Mountain Reservation, which offers hiking trails, picnic areas, movies, family nights, music, crafts and exercise at the waterfront, and is home to Turtle Back Zoo, the TreeTop Adventure Course, Codey Arena, the Mini-GOLF Safari, the Paddle Boat Launch, a 1.7-mile walkway, the Children’s Regatta Playground, and McLoone’s Boathouse. Also nestled nearby is the Thomas Edison Museum, the Paper Mill Playhouse, the SOPAC and Short Hills Mall.

The local amenities and ease of living make Livingston a go-to for homebuyers looking for a smart investment in a great location.

About the Zebaida Group

New to the Livingston area? Our website is full of useful information for new residents. If you are thinking about buying a home in Livingston, NJ, the Zebaida Group would love the opportunity to help. If you are selling a home in Livingston, Robert and Marlisa Zebaida would love to show you how, through strategic pricing, proper condition and staging, and their expert marketing; you are likely to get your home sold quickly in today’s Livingston, NJ real estate market.

Zebaida Group provides an exceptional level of real estate services to home buyers and sellers in Livingston, NJ. If you have specific questions relating to homes and Real Estate in Livingston, NJ give us a call at 973.379.7030, or email us at To learn more about Livingston, NJ, we invite you to visit

Text or call Robert at 917-992-4430 for a private tour of this 4-bedroom Center Hall Colonial for sale in Livingston, NJ!


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