Mountain Lakes NJ
Take a step back in time to a town where families spend time together, children walk to school and play outside and everyone knows your name. The town is Mountain Lakes where residents still enjoy the tradition, history and ideals of this unique park community developed in the early 1900's.
There are close to 500 Craftsman style homes still standing today. Mountain Lakes enjoys the largest collection of Craftsman style homes in the United States. These homes were built by a developer named Herbert Hapgood who built approximately 700 craftsman homes. Built from materials on the land, the homes boast stone chimneys, chestnut woodwork and hand hewn beams. Driving through the town is certainly a history lesson and those who visit or live in town appreciate the unique treasure, the town of Mountain Lakes.
If you are currently searching for the perfect town, be sure to take a tour of Mountain Lakes. The homes are full of history and the town is full of the wonderful ideas that the town was founded on. A place where residents enjoy the beautiful and recreational amenities. It is truly a "Park Community".
Come for a visit.....Stay for the lifestyle!
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Updated: 23rd April, 2021 12:55 AM (UTC).