Madison Common is a townhome and condo community located in Madison in Morris County, NJ. There are approximately 208 townhomes in the complex which was built between 1982 and 1986. Madison Commons offers 2 and 3 bedroom townhomes with a 1-car garage that range in size from 1,700 to 2,200 square foot. Models include the Exeter, Devonshire, Buckingham, Cheshire, Framingham, and Amherst. Some of the units have basements. The community surrounds a beautiful 3 acre pond. The development is a condominium or condo association. As of the year 2017, Integra Management is employed by the residents. The monthly association fee was $467-$597 depending upon the size of the unit and includes exterior and common area maintenance, landscaping, and snow removal. Amenities include a heated outdoor swimming pool, a clubhouse with an exercise room and sauna, and three tennis courts. The development is easily accessible to NJ Route 24 for an eastbound commute. The Madison Train Station is about 1 mile away.
Madison Commons townhomes are located on Bedford Court, Derby Court, Greenwich Court, Hemstead Court, Leeds Court, Kingston Court, Fairfax Court, Chelsea Court, Cambridge Court, Mayfield Court, Norwich Court, Oxford Court, and Avery Court. Madison Common Map
Residents have easy access to NJ Route 24 which connects to Interstate 78 for an eastbound commute. The Madison Train Station offers direct service to Hoboken or NY Penn Station on the NJ Transit Morristown Line. Passengers who take the Hoboken train can switch to the PATH to reach NYC. Passengers who take the Midtown Direct train will arrive at NY Penn Station in about 45 minutes. Passengers can transfer at Newark Broad Street or Summit to reach the other destination if necessary.
Public Schools for The Madsion Common residents include Central Avenue School, Madison Junior High (7-8), and Madison High School (9-12).
Madison has a charming downtown with shops and restaurants. Large national chain stores are located along NJ Route 10 in East Hanover. Residents can easily drive to the Short Hills Mall and Livingston Mall. The towns of Florham Park, Chatham, and Morristown offer downtown shopping.
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