- Air Conditioning
- Gas Range
- Hardwood Flooring
- New/Renovated Interior
- Some Paid Utilities
- Washer & Dryer In Unit
- Furnished Available
- Accepts Credit Card Payments
- Accepts Electronic Payments
- Emergency Maintenance
- Extra Storage
- High Speed Internet Access
- Laundry Facility
- Public Transportation
- On Site Maintenance
- On Site Management
- Pet Friendly
- Close to Shopping, Dining, & Entertainment
- Recycling Program
- Private Entrances
- Newly Renovated Kitchens & Baths
- Close to Major Highways
- Hardwood Floors in Select Apartments
- Ceramic Tile Baths
- Bilingual Staff
- Ceiling Fan
- On-site Parking
- Cats and dogs are welcome. Maximum two pets per apartment. Monthly fees: $25 per cat, $50 per dog. Non-refundable fee: $250 per cat, $500 per dog. Breed restrictions and other limitations apply. No weight limit. Cats Allowed
Floor Plans & Pricing
Prices and availability subject to change without notice.
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Our two-bedroom townhomes and one- and two-bedroom apartments for rent at Jacob Ford Village in historic Morristown, NJ offer high-end finishes in the kitchen and bath, separate dining rooms, brushed silver appliances, air conditioning, plus a washer and dryer in select townhomes. In addition to a beautifully appointed home, you're sure to enjoy the jogging and hiking trails in the park next door, along with our community's convenient picnic and play areas. * Located near the NJ Transit train station to Manhattan and the New York Metro area, Jacob Ford Village allows for easy access to I-80, I-287, Route 24, and Route 10. Feel like a day or night out on the town? You'll enjoy a variety of museums, shopping, and dining venues in nearby Morristown Green. Kings Super Markets and Morris County schools are right around the corner, too! On-site parking and Verizon FiOS are available. Cats are also welcome. Ask our friendly bilingual staff for details!
Ratings & Reviews
4 Reviews for Alister Morristown
Overall I had a great experience with Jacob Ford Village and would recommend this community to anyone looking to move to Morristown. EVERYTHING is walking distance; train, major highways, restaurants, shopping, community trail, etc. Our leasing agent did an impeccable job of keeping us organized and in the loop throughout the entire process. They are extremely professional, endure a high sense of urgency, and made the overall experience fun and exciting! In comparison to other communities, the price point is more than fair and the units themselves are truly beautiful. All of my family and friends confirmed we found the diamond in the rough when coming to see our beautiful new spot!
Nice experience of living with beautiful eye viewing landscape and exterior layout. Easy Access to all major highways including shopping, groceries, train station, downtown events etc which make living worthwhile here.
we have lived here for 27 years. its like living in large extended family. maribel is agreat onsight mgr.
Parking is so unbelievably scarce that you guys need to make that clear when selling your apartments. Residents are tricked into thinking there are enough spots for everybody when that couldn't be further from the truth. Those that get home from work at any point in the late evening find NO spots in the lots OR street. You need to A.) Ask the borough to allow more parking on the street, because there are stretches where they could add more spots; B.) Find out a way to manufacture more spots in your lots; and C.) Make the awful parking situation clear to residents prior to them signing the lease. Also not happy with the fact that residents have to replace light bulbs in their bedrooms. You guys change the ones in the kitchen, but not bedrooms? How does that make sense? When I moved in, there were only two lightbulbs in my room and I had to purchase the two other bulbs myself. Also not happy with the fact that after I requested someone to clean the filthy blinds in our bathroom when we moved in, I got home to find that the maintenance employee used OUR cleaning products that he searched for and found in OUR hallway closet to clean the blinds. And he left the cleaning supplies on the shower ledge. Our cleaning supplies should not have been used to clean something that was filthy when we moved in.
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Take Route 78 West to 24 West to Route 287 South. Take Exit 36 (Lafayette Avenue/CR-510) and go straight on Lafayette Avenue. Turn left onto Ridgedale Avenue. Turn left onto Morris Avenue. Make a slight right onto Washington Avenue. Turn right onto Valley View Drive, and the leasing office will be on the right in Bldg. 7, #4A. Or take 287 North to Exit 36A. Make a right onto Morris Avenue, and then make an immediate right onto Washington Avenue. Turn right onto Valley View Drive, and the leasing office will be on the right in Bldg. 7, #4A.