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Cemetery Burial plots -4- Graves | Woodbridge NJ, Beth Israel Cemetery - $1,250 (Woodbridge)

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I am selling four adjacent grave sites at the centrally located and very accessible Beth Israel Jewish Cemetery in NJ, just 30 miles from NYC. This is considered seven (7) burial plots consisting of four (4) grave sites together in Block 28, Section G (the Garden of Psalms). I am asking $5000 for the entire bundle. The cemetery also charges a transfer fee, currently ~$200 for all four, and 15% of the sale price (based on their full current retail selling price, whether sold directly by them or a second party) as a lifetime preservation fee. As in every cemetery, there would be additional fees for various plaques, monuments, and other optional extras.

The TOTAL PRICE for 4 burial plots = $5000; I'm not selling them separately.

[Equivalent plots are currently selling for ~$4500 EACH directly at the cemetery, with the same fees added on as above.]

Thank you for looking and please contact me with any questions.


Beth Israel has been serving the community since 1922 and Woodbridge Memorial Gardens since 1977. The cemeteries are located on Woodbridge Center Drive across from Woodbridge Center Mall. The grounds are 168 acres of serene, park-like land with flowering garden beds and tree lined avenues that meander through monumental and memorial park sections, past features such as the Bible Garden, Gazebos, and the Ten Commandments monument.

Beth Israel Cemetery is a Jewish cemetery created with an atmosphere of true religious significance. The “Bible Garden” was fashioned from the very rock and soil of the Holy Land. Plants brought from the Holy Land were dedicated by Eleanor Roosevelt on June 2, 1957. Among the outstanding features of the Park is a prominent white stone monument showing the Ten Commandments flanked by two majestic lions, which is a memorial to the 6 million Jews killed in the Holocaust.

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