ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME is proud to announce its collaboration with NGC Development and Kienlen Lattmann Sotheby’s International Realty to present ASPIRE HOUSE: The Heritage At Claremont, in Bernardsville, New Jersey. Opening March 14, 2020, 11 celebrated designers of the metro area will redesign three residences in this new construction building with a storied past, and historic roots in the community.
The Heritage was originally the Parish House of Saint Bernard’s Church, designed in the Gothic style with Arts and Crafts influences by architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh. Hardenbergh is best known for designing some of Manhattan’s most luxurious structures, including The Dakota, The Plaza Hotel, and the original Waldorf Astoria. Today the original building, now referred to as The Great Hall, is home to four luxurious residences. And an expansion, known as The Collection, has been built in the same vein, to include sixteen additional units.
Construction in The Grand Hall.
A composition of timeless lines, beautiful materials, meticulous finishes, custom woodwork, designer appliances and light-filled spaces define The Heritage at Claremont. The exclusive site is situated in Bernardsville, a quiet and affluent community that offers easy access to championship golf courses, equestrian facilities, destination restaurants, and an easy commute to New York City, Newark Airport and all the major highways.
Construction is nearly complete on each of the over 2,000 square foot units reserved for our Show House designers. Each floorplan boasts 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a den, kitchen and living space, plus an outdoor terrace.
Stay tuned as a complete list of designers and sponsors will be announced in the coming months, and take a virtual tour of the Heritage at Claremont below:
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