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Seabrook may be more affordable than you think

Variety of floor plans an attractive option for many

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February 21st, 2019
Ralph and Evelyn Bumbaca chose a one-bedroom, Brighton-style apartment home when they moved to Seabrook from Toms River, N.J.

Ralph and Evelyn Bumbaca chose a one-bedroom, Brighton-style apartment home when they moved to Seabrook from Toms River, N.J.

Seabrook’s wide variety of floor plans make it an affordable retirement living option for a range of budgets.

“Many people are surprised when they realize they can afford to live at Seabrook," says Dennise Baldwin, sales counselor for the Tinton Falls, N.J., Erickson Living community. “Yet the diversity of our community is a testament to how affordable Seabrook really is. We have everyone from former school teachers to retired CEOs.”

Every apartment, regardless of size or style, comes with the same access to Seabrook’s renowned services, activities, vibrant lifestyle, and amenities, including the recently renovated Tides Café and the all-new Great Lawn.

Baldwin says that some of the most popular floor plans include the one-bedroom Brighton, one-bedroom Fremont, and two-bedroom Flagstaff.

“These are just a few examples of the variety of floor plans that exist at Seabrook. When we meet, I listen to your needs, desires, and budget, and can help you narrow down your selection to an apartment that suits you best,” Baldwin says.

Explore your options

The next step? Join the priority list. It not only acts as a waiting list for the apartment home of your choice—the one that you carefully selected with a sales counselor, but it also allows you to get to know Seabrook and your future neighbors.

Priority list members get invited to exclusive community events and can even try clubs and activities before moving. So you feel at home even before moving in.

“While you never lose your place in line, if someone before you passes on an apartment home, you have the chance to move in sooner than you might have expected. Because we have such limited availability, it might be months or years before that style or location is available again,” says Baldwin.

“We walk you through the decision and provide moving and real estate assistance to make your move—whenever it happens—stress-free,” she adds.

Customize your ‘new-to-you’ apartment home

In addition to choosing a floor plan, new residents have the opportunity to customize their apartment home before moving in.

“Every apartment home is refurbished before move-in, and you have the opportunity to customize it with our Custom Interiors department, which offers interior design services,” Baldwin says.

If you want hardwood floors, granite countertops, tile bathrooms, or built-in bookcases, Seabrook’s Custom Interiors team can make it happen without a hassle and before you move in. So you’re not living with construction, just enjoying the end product.

“With this variety of floor plans,” Baldwin says, “you’re more likely to find a home that fits both your lifestyle and your budget.”