Gail and JoAnna's Real Estate Thoughts


SOLD!! 59K Amberly Drive - Covered Bridge Adult Community - Manalapan, New Jersey

Covered Bridge is a wonderful and affordable Adult Community (minimum age is 55 years) in Manalapan, New Jersey. The development is conveniently located just off Route 9.

Covered Bridge offers a clubhouse, fitness center, shuffleboard, golf, outdoor pool, tennis courts and a community bus.

Based on 2008 sales, home prices ranged from $90,000 for a 1 bedroom, 1 bath upper condo to $210,000 for a 2 bedroom, 2 bath ranch. In total, there were 103 homes sold in Covered Bridge in 2008.

Below please find information on one of my featured listings in Covered Bridge. If you would like additional information on this property, Covered Bridge Adult Community in general or one of the many other adult communities located in the Manalapan and Marlboro New Jersey area, please do not hesitate to reach out to me.


JoAnna Siminerio
Weichert Realtors - Marlboro / Manalapan


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One of the lowest priced 2 bedroom units in Covered Bridge! Close to Clubhouse! Two bedrooms with eat-in kitchen, living room/dining room combo and screened in porch. Master with walk-in plus double closet. Neutral decor/paint. Move right in and start enjoying all that Covered Bridge has to offer!
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Parking Spaces: 1
Subdivision: Covered Bridge
Located on Floor #: 2
Floors in Bldg: 2
Agent Name: JoAnna Siminerio
Broker: Weichert, Realtors
MLS #: 20907356
Age Restricted: 55 & Over
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JoAnna Siminerio, Weichert Realtors

JoAnna Siminerio
Weichert Realtors - Marlboro / Manalapan
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Comment balloon 7 commentsGail Szeluga & JoAnna Siminerio • February 22 2009 05:31PM


Thanks for sharing.  As I mentioned on your other listing, this is a great area in NJ.  Best wishes selling it...great price!

Posted by Jim Crawford, Jim Crawford Atlanta Best Listing Agents & REALTOR (Crye-Leike REALTORSĀ®) about 10 years ago

Great presentation! Do you like V-flyer? I've been considering it.

Posted by June Watson, Realtor , NW Alabama (Weichert Realtors, ProSouth) about 10 years ago

This home looks like a great place.  You have it marketed on line so nicely.  Good luck in finding your buyer


Posted by D B, e-PRO, Realtor - Bucks County PA - 610-952-3578 about 10 years ago

Jim - I love living in the Monmouth/Middlesex County New Jersey area!  Hope you had a nice visit!

June - I do like Vflyer.  I not only use it to create attractive electronic flyers for my listings, I also use it to send emails with information on my listing.  Not limited to:  collecting feedback on each showing, inviting agents to brokers opens, responding to internet inquiries and following up with open house guests.  The added bonus is that they syndicate the information to so many great sites as well.

Don - Well thank you very much!  I'm trying!

Posted by Gail Szeluga & JoAnna Siminerio, Fostering Community Spirit Through Real Estate (Weichert Realtors - Manalapan - Marlboro) about 10 years ago

Congrats on your 2 new listings Jo! I too am a fan of Vflyer and used to use them religiously in 2007. Then they added a bunch of cool doo-dads and widgets, so using them became more time consuming. That's when I switched back to using Postlets since they were easier. I've gotten bored with them and have been tinkering with my Vflyer account again. I agree; they do make for a nice presentation.

Posted by AMBER NOBLE GARLAND - Top Real Estate Expert, Property Tax Appeal Specialist & Author, - The Agent You Can Trust To Deliver REAL Results! (Strategic Marketing Expert & Relocation Specialist Serving New Jersey and nationwide!) about 10 years ago

Jo Anna - Nice preview of the Covered Bridge area. I agree with everything thing you said about v-flyer, however, the v-flyer will not do as well in the search engines than if you just wrote everything yourself on the blog. Just a heads up for you:)

Posted by Bill Gassett, Metrowest Massachusetts Real Estate (RE/MAX Executive Realty) about 10 years ago

Amber - I go back and forth between vflyer and postlets.  There are a few things that vflyer offers that postlets does not.  I like tha vflyer lets you send the actual flyer (not a link).  I also like that vflyer lets me email the flyer to 100 people at once, which is great for brokers opens.  Vflyer also gives you that neat widget that scrolls your listings on the side of your blog.  I think that is great.

Bill - Are you reading my mind?  Last night I created the 2 posts about my new Covered Bridge listings, then decided to create a new page for my website.  Once completed, it hit me that I would've been much better off posting a version of that page to Active Rain.  Maybe I'll go back and make these posts Members Only and create a new version for the public.


Posted by Gail Szeluga & JoAnna Siminerio, Fostering Community Spirit Through Real Estate (Weichert Realtors - Manalapan - Marlboro) about 10 years ago