About Medford Township
About the Commons
Medford Commons was developed in the late 1970’s by Bob Meyer Communities. The median lot size is approximately 1/10th of an acre. Homes have two to three bedrooms, two to three baths, and two-car attached garages. Homes in Medford Commons are built on slab foundations and therefore do not have basements. Most house styles are Colonial Georgian or Cape Cod architectural designs. Access to Medford Commons is from Himmelein Road onto Barnstable Drive.
Medford Commons is a Deed Restricted Community. The Medford Commons Association can be reached by mail at:
Medford Commons Association
11 Longhill Court
Medford, NJ 08055
Moving to the Commons
For prospective residents and real estate agents, here are some frequently asked questions about Medford Commons.
Is Medford Commons an age-restricted/retirement community?
No, it is not.
What does “Deed Restricted Community” mean?
By purchasing a residential property (or, “Lot”) in Medford Commons, the new owner becomes subject to the rules and regulations contained in the By-Laws and Covenants. The new owner also becomes a voting Member of the Association.
What are the annual dues for the Medford Commons Association?
Currently the annual dues are $1000.
What do the annual dues pay for?
The vast majority of annual dues covers maintenance and improvements on the Common Area land, water, and trees including mowing services for the Common Areas. A small portion of dues covers legal costs associated with running a Community Association, insurance, and similar administrative costs.
Does the Medford Township clear snow and various lawn debris from driveways and private residential property?
No, the Township is responsible for the streets themselves, but lot owners are responsible for debris and snow removal from their own property. Throughout the year, the Township has tree/leaf/brush removal and it is the responsibility of the lot owners to move their debris to designated areas on their streets for removal by the Township. Snow removal from driveways, and driveway maintenance, is the responsibility of each lot owner.
Can I put For Sale signs up on a property I am selling?
No, but Open House directional signs on the day of an open house are permitted, so long as they are removed once the open house time has ended.
I have more questions or I need more information on a specific property. Who can I contact?
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and your request will be forwarded to the appropriate person.