The character of Bridgewater is defined by the lifestyle-enhancing features included within the community. At the center of this amazing master-planned neighborhood, is a 5,000-square-foot clubhouse with a 2,000-square-foot main room featuring a catering-style kitchen, perfect for private parties or social gatherings. Several overhead garage-style doors with full glass exposure will help open the clubhouse to the outdoors for a unique event or breath of fresh air. A state-of-the-art fitness center is located within the clubhouse, which will offer you the opportunity to take a virtual fitness class through the Wellbeats™ system.
A refreshing resort-style pool with lap lanes and lounging space is surrounded by deck chairs and private cabanas. All around the space outside the clubhouse, you’ll find a huge open park with festoon lighting which can be the stage for outdoor movies, music, or other forms of entertainment. There’s also a pickleball court, a cozy fire pit, a kayak launch, and an enormous outdoor cookout area at the covered pavilion featuring outdoor grills and televisions for everyone to enjoy! While there will be defined areas for specific activities, there will also be plenty of open space within Bridgewater for private exploration for each and every resident.
As a new Bridgewater homeowner, you may have several questions about HOA fees, and what local taxes cover. Let us explain: a homeowner’s association fee (HOA fee) is an amount of money that must be paid monthly by owners of certain types of residential properties, and HOAs collect these fees to assist with maintaining and improving properties in the association. HOA fees typically cover the costs of maintaining the building’s common areas, such as patios, landscaping and swimming pools. HOA fees can also fund community expenditures, such as upkeep of pickleball courts, a community clubhouse or parks. In addition, HOAs also create rules related to parking or the use of common areas.
Includes: Common area maintenance, amenity center, community lighting, weekly garbage pick-up.
*Subject to change, see site agent for more information