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Condo breaks ground on Phase II.

The second housing phase at Lakeview at Old Tappan broke ground this month, according to the developers of the luxury new residential community under development here,

Twenty residences - all three-bedroom townhomes - are included in the new phase, slated for initial occupancy in late spring, reports Lake Tappan Associates, which is developing the community of 114 townhomes and six single-family detached houses on a wooded site adjacent to Lake Tappan.

Several contracts have already been taken on these homes, priced from $279,500 to $369,500, according to Allan Leeds, Lakeview's director of sales and marketing. They were offered for sale ahead of schedule because of the quick sell-out of Lakeview's first housing phase, he adds.

All seven of Lakeview's floor plans are included in the new phase, noted Leeds. The homes offer from 1,822 to 2,129 square feet of living space and feature full basements, attached two-car garages and traditional brick and cedar exteriors.

Custom-design amenities include spacious living rooms -some of them sunken- with cathedral ceilings and fireplaces, outdoor decks, elegant entry foyers, skylights, eat-in kitchens with tile floors and top-of-the-line appliances, and lavish marble master baths with oversized whirlpool tubs and separate stall showers.

Some of the residences contain master bedroom suites on the first floor. The basements can be finished off to add additional living space.
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Title Annotation:residential condominium development launches into second housing phase in Old Tappan, New Jersey
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Feb 2, 1993
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