House for rent

Middlesex County NJ

$2,750/mo

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Property Description

This Beautiful 2000 square foot 3-bedroom 2 Bath, Split Level Home in the desirable Parlin section of Sayreville awaits. This house is located on a private serene, landscaped setting, on a private and dead-end block. Excellent public school system, close to N.Y.C., lots of shopping centers close by, get the BBQ ready to grill on a 16x19 deck off the dining room with a beautiful and fenced-in back yard, 2 sliders lead into the homes yard. Leave phone and email address. Serious Renters only. Renters are responsible for Water, Gas, and Electric.Read moreSplit level homePrivate sereneDead-end blockExcellent public school systemLots of shopping centers

Property Details

Property Type

Square Footage

2,000

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

2

Pets

Number of Storeys

Year Built

County Description

Middlesex, county, east-central New Jersey, U.S., bounded by the Millstone River to the southwest, the Raritan River to the northwest, the Rahway River to the northeast, and Raritan Bay to the east. It consists largely of a coastal lowland. Other bodies of water include Carnegie and Farrington lakes and the South River. Forested areas contain oak and hickory. Among the recreational areas are Cheesequake and Edison state parks.

In the 17th century Dutch settlers purchased lands in the region from the Delaware Indians; Scottish, English, and French also were among the early white settlers. The county was the site of several military engagements during the American Revolution. New Brunswick, the terminus of the Delaware and Raritan Canal (completed 1834), is the seat of the county government and of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey (founded 1766). Perth Amboy, the northern terminus of the Camden and Amboy Railroad (completed 1834), is connected by bridge to Staten Island, N.Y. The city served (1686–1702) as the capital of the East Jersey colony and later as a provincial capital. Inventor Thomas A. Edison maintained laboratories in Menlo Park (1876–87), where he invented the phonograph (1877), the incandescent lamp (1879), and hundreds of other items.

Property Location

Middlesex County NJ

County

Middlesex County NJ