The Heritage is an adaptive reuse project steeped in history. The residential development is a reimagining of The Great Hall, formerly the Parish House of Saint Bernard’s Church, which dates back to 1912.
The Gothic Revival building features nods to the Arts and Crafts movement and was designed by esteemed architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh, whose work also includes the Dakota Apartments in Central Park West and The Plaza Hotel in Midtown Manhattan.
Totaling 20 luxury condominiums, The Heritage harmonizes the old with the new. Award-winning architect Jeffrey A. Beer conceived of the new addition, alongside historical architect and consultant, Dan Lincoln. The Great Hall contains four single-story and multi-story condominiums, while The Collection boasts 16 newly-constructed single-story condominiums.
Priced from $825,000, these elegantly-appointed residences range from 1,511 to 2,855 square feet, including one-bedroom-plus-den to three-bedroom-plus-den layouts. The open-concept interiors are characterized by large windows that welcome in natural light, soaring ceiling heights and optional gas fireplaces.
The gourmet kitchens tout six-burner gas ranges from Wolf, Sub-Zero refrigerators, concealed Asko dishwashers, microwave oven drawers and gleaming granite countertops. All residences come with either a curvilinear peninsula or a generous island, both offering breakfast bar seating for casual dining.
The spa-inspired bathrooms are outfitted with Grohe or Khloer plumbing fixtures, furniture-quality vanities topped with granite or quartz, natural stone or ceramic tile flooring, and traditional tile shower surrounds (as per plan). Primary suites incorporate radiant in-floor heating and heated towel bars for added comfort.
Energy-efficient features include high-performance HVAC systems, tankless water heaters, double pane glass Kolbe windows, as well as superior insulation and soundproofing. The condominiums come pre-wired for home networking and fiber-optic telephone and internet connectivity.
The Heritage provides a curated selection of amenities, such as concierge services, a fully-equipped fitness center, an indoor parking garage, private storage units and building security technology.
Located in sought-after Bernardsville, The Heritage is walking distance to a commuter train station with connections to New York City. Closer to home, residents can enjoy the charming shops, restaurants and services along Claremont and Mine Brook roads.
This affluent, tight-knit community offers exceptional public and private schools, in addition to championship golf courses, equestrian facilities and destination restaurants. Ride the train to New York City in about an hour and a half, or easily hop a flight at nearby Newark Liberty Airport.
Attend The Heritage open house this Sunday between 1pm and 4pm at 80 Claremont Road in Bernardsville — no appointment is necessary. If you’re unable to attend the event, schedule an upcoming visit by calling 1 888 948 7764 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please visit theheritageatclaremont.com.