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Atlantic County New Jersey
Atlantic City, Absecon, Brigantine, Ventnor, Margate, Longport, Somers Point, Linwood, Northfield, Pleasantville, Port Republic, Galloway, Egg Harbor Township, Mullica, Hamilton Township, Mays Landing, Corbin City, Estelle Manor, Buena, Buena Vista Hammonton.
Atlantic County New Jersey
Atlantic County is one of the most popular counties in terms of tourism. Atlantic County is known as the “Las Vegas of the East Coast” - With its beautiful ocean views, many lakes, rivers and a few forests, in the New Jersey Pinelands thrown in. It is one of the most beautiful and diverse areas on the east coast. Atlantic County New Jersey has a population of approximately 274,549 and can be a marvelous place to work, play, vacation and live.
Located close to the Southern tip of New Jersey, Atlantic County once known as Egg Harbor Township, consists of 671 square miles of which 110 square miles is water. The land here is mostly flat at or near sea level with only a few higher elevations. The Mullica River, Great Egg Harbor River and Tuckahoe River all lie within Atlantic County's borders. Commuter and transportation options include Passenger Trains: Amtrak (Atlantic City to Philadelphia); NJ Transit: Atlantic City, Absecon, Egg Harbor City, Hammonton, Atco, Lindenwold and Philadelphia. The Atlantic City National Airport offers a variety of domestic and international flights, which is perfect for the traveling business persons. In addition to Atlantic County being home to a full service airport, it is home to the 177th wing of the Air National Guard and the Atlantic City base for the United States Coast Guard. Richard Stockton College of New Jersey located in Pomona as well as Atlantic Cape Community College located in Mays Landing & Atlantic City. It is a county ideally suited for people of all lifestyles and ages. Atlantic County is made up of both large municipalities and small New England towns. It has over 19,000 acres of publicly owned open space. It is a county built for fun and adventure with a host of beaches, boardwalks, surfing, swimming, kayaking, boating, fishing, hunting, as well diverse shopping experiences and exceptional dining for people to enjoy. Atlantic County offers a variety of marinas, camping experiences and golf clubs. The Atlantic City Country Club and Public Golf Course located in Northfield, is one of the country's oldest and most visited golf clubs in New Jersey. Established in 1897, this venerable establishment presides over some of the most magnificent greens in the country. The Atlantic City Country Club offers 170 acres of scenic coastline with a fast and firm par 70 course. The main employment options in the immediate area are in the casino and service industry, the medical industry and in education. Atlantic County has a number of medical facilities; AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center in Atlantic City, AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Mainland Campus and The Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation in Pomona, Shore Memorial Hospital in Somers Point, and the Atlantic County Division of Public Health and Clinical Services in Northfield, Are you in the market for a waterfront home, town home, cottage, estate, farm, parcel of land or commercial property? Are you longing to find that perfect oceanfront home, beach block getaway, bay front estate, Inter-coastal colonial, creek front cottage, riverfront mansion or cabin or perhaps it is lakefront chalet you are thinking of building? In Atlantic County, your choices are endless and provide for a variety of lifestyle choices. There is always something to do in Atlantic County New Jersey, whether your a homeowner, investor, or a visitor Atlantic County welcomes you to enjoy all it has to offer. Here, is a look at a few communities within Atlantic County
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Atlantic City is arguably the most well-known city in New Jersey and certainly in Atlantic County. It has gained international fame for its gambling, conventions, and its vacation resorts. It is also known as the city on which the board game Monopoly was based. Atlantic City is located on Absecon Island on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean making it a true seaside community. While Atlantic City first became a city in the 1800s, it was the prohibition era that truly brought this city to life. The city seemed almost immune to prohibition laws openly serving liquor in restaurants and bars all around the city, with secret gambling clubs offering entertainment for those wishing to escape for a few hours or days of excitement. When the prohibition era ended Atlantic City lost some of its popularity but, with the addition of legalized gambling in 1976 the city welcomed in a new era of popularity. It has now become known for having world class casinos, high end shopping districts and beautiful free public beaches. For people wishing to move to Atlantic City and purchase a home, the options are endless. Home prices in Atlantic City start in the $30,000 price range and go into the multi-million dollar price range for a luxury oceanfront condo, town home or multifamily investment property. Real Estate in Atlantic City is considered, prime Jersey Shore Real Estate. You have an opportunity of investing in single family or multifamily homes, town homes, condos, hotels, motels, timeshares as well as various other commercial investment properties. Many of the single family homes are new or almost new, but there are still some beautiful old, stately homes in Atlantic City as well as a variety of redevelopment opportunities. Atlantic City school system caters to children grades pre K through 12 and consists or 11 schools. Students from Brigantine, Longport, Margate City and Ventnor City attend Atlantic City High School as part of sending/receiving relationships.
Egg Harbor Township New Jersey
Egg Harbor Township is almost the opposite of Atlantic City, a population of more than 43,000 and neighborhood camaraderie that is felt a year round Egg Harbor is a pleasant place to live. It is a beautiful community that offers a wide variety of activities including a winery, gorgeous golfing choices, historic landmarks, summer concerts at Tony Canale Park and Storybook Land an amusement park geared towards the little ones. Storybook Land has festive holiday events that local area residents and out of town visitors enjoy each year. Egg Harbor City Lake Park offers camping for up to 60 families, swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, golf, and a beautiful place to picnic. For boaters, The Mullica River Marina offers full service repair and storage facility for its area residents and transient boaters. There is a gas dock and a state of the art pump station. The repair facilities are capable of handling boats in excess of 40' and certified mechanics and repair specialists are on staff throughout the year. The marina offers wet slips, dockside electric, showers and picnic areas. It is a quiet community with a great amount of housing and Real Estate opportunities. If it is a home on a stream, lake, pond or the river that is to your liking then Egg Harbor may be the perfect place for you.
Egg Harbor Township has been designated a growth area by the New Jersey Pinelands Commission. Therefore, Egg Harbor Township is experiencing a considerable amount of growth. Being a rural community Egg Harbor Township is not adequately able to handle the housing explosion. Egg Harbor Township is undergoing a considerable amount of growing pains. But with State of New Jersey & Federal grant programs that become available, sound smart growth planning ideas and contributions from local and national developers who are building in town, Egg Harbor Township will continue to grow and improve at a steady pace.
Mays Landing New Jersey
Mays Landing is the county seat of Atlantic County with a small population of over 2,000, but don't let its small size fool you. It is a beautiful community with streams, rivers and plenty of waterfront property. Hamilton Township is a place where people look for peace and serenity of the water and the woods, community services and plenty to keep its residents busy throughout the year. The Great Egg River runs right through Mays Landing and is a feature of this area that many people flock to. Mays Landing is the home of Atlantic County Institute of Technology, Oakcrest High School, The George L Hess Educational Center, The Shaner School and William Davies Middle School. The Saint Vincent De Paul Regional School is a private catholic school that services Mays Landing and the surrounding communities. Homes offered in this lovely community consist of townhouses, condos, waterfront homes, single family homes, and vacant land opportunities. This is a delightful community for both retirees and families with children who enjoy quiet living and time spent outdoors.
Somers Point New Jersey
Somers Point is one of the most charming Cities located in Atlantic County. Directly on the Great Harbor Bay, Somers Point New Jersey epitomizes a true southern jersey maritime shipbuilding community that has transformed itself into a desirable waterfront community, of residents who are more than willing to call it home. Somers Point New Jersey has fabulous views of the bay at Kennedy Park, boasting one of only two coastal bluffs in New Jersey, a dock for your boat, at one of the first class marinas in town, The Great Bay Museum for a day of history and the Great Bay Country Club, a semi private 18-hole 6705 yard course with 4 sets of tees for different skill levels. Homes in Somers Point New Jersey range from $100,000 of course larger waterfront homes are upwards of one million dollars. Real Estate in Somers Point is highly desirable and commands a higher average sale price than some of its surrounding community's. Somers Point New Jersey is an appealing option when you are considering purchasing a home in south jersey. . Atlantic City, Absecon, Brigantine, Ventnor, Margate, Longport, Somers Point, Linwood, Northfield, Pleasantville, Port Republic, Galloway, Egg Harbor Township, Mullica, Hamilton Township, Mays Landing, Corbin City, Estelle Manor, Buena, Buena Vista Hammonton.
Bergen County New Jersey
Bergen County New Jersey located on the North East side of New Jersey is part of the New York City Metropolitan Area. The most populous county in New Jersey Bergen County has 905,116 people according to the 2010 census. Despite its relatively small size, having an area of only 247 square miles, this county sports 13 miles of water and parks that take up around 9,000 acres of the county.
With many of its residents working in Manhattan for large companies, the county is one of the most luxuriant in the United States. 12 Bergen communities were listed among the most expensive zip codes in the United States. Bergen County also features some of the most beautiful waterfront, lakefront, and riverfront communities in New Jersey. Take a look at a few of these communities.
Edgewater New Jersey
Edgewater lies along 3.5 miles of waterfront along the Hudson River. The borough's western edge is the beautiful Palisade cliff forming a breathtaking and dramatic backdrop for a small Riverfront community.
Homes in the Edgewater community consist of single family dwellings, town houses, 3 and 4 unit apartment buildings, waterfront town homes, and luxury high rise condominiums. If you are currently in the market to buy waterfront real estate in New Jersey, whether it’s a luxury condo or a commercial property along the Hudson River waterfront, Edgewater may be the best place to settle in to live or work and play. The New Jersey Gold Coast and Edgewater are home to some of the most beautiful views of City Lights in the world. New York, New York is just across the Hudson. “Luxury residences, high rises condos, town homes, marinas, several commuter choices including ferry service and community services are all reasons why many people want to call Edgewater home.
The promenade along the Hudson Riverfront is part of the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway Linkage project. As years pass the redevelopment in Edgewater continues, the missing linkage for pedestrians in will eventually be completed. The Edgewater riverfront is being transformed as part of the off New Jersey’s plan for pedestrian linkage along the Hudson Riverfront connecting Bayonne to the George Washington Bridge.
Edgewater has five main shopping areas, Town Centre, The Binghamton Shopping Plaza, Mitsuwa Marketplace, Edgewater Commons and City Place. These excellent shopping opportunities are bordered by the River Walk. It is a delightful place to take a stroll and do some shopping.
There is something remarkable about Edgewater New Jersey, Monk Parakeets, also known as Quaker Parrots. These small, green parrots are known to have lived in Edgewater since at least 1980, but the true date is unknown. There is a widely accepted story which traces their origin to an escape, from a damaged container at John F. Kennedy Airport in the 1960s. In 2008, there were 200 to 230 according to a New York Times article. Edgewater New Jersey has allot to offer a potential homeowner as well as a business owner Edgewater is an area conducive for a positive business climate.
There is a public marina, The Edgewater Marina which offers 85 boat slips, accommodating up to 60 foot boats, excluding sail boats. The Edgewater community center offers year-round recreational and leisure time activities for all ages. Just outside of the community center there is a walking track, multi sports field, basketball courts, tennis courts, and memorial park. Veterans Park is a focal point when traveling to Edgewater by boat or ferry. Fields, walking paths, baseball fields, tennis and basketball courts this is an impressive park for residents and visitors of the area. Veterans Park is currently going through remediation and should be open again soon for the public to enjoy. 7/ 2012’. There is a great public library and impressive public transportation options. Edgewater New Jersey, At home, at work or at play Edgewater may be the right choice for you.
Franklin Lakes New Jersey
With a population of over 10,500 Franklin Lakes has the 18th highest per-capita income of the 566 municipalities in the state of New Jersey. Like many other Bergen county communities Franklin Lakes is a residential suburban community with many of its residents commuting to New York City for work.
Around the turn of the century, estate homes and mansions started to shape the lay of the land that is now Franklin Lakes The industrial revolution brought wealth, and many of the wealthy became “gentleman farmers,” Homes such as the Bartholf-Hughes house on Somerset, the Post-Terhune house on Franklin Lake Road, and the Atterbury-Brockhurst house on Ewing Avenues still exist today. Youman’s Grist Mill on Franklin Lake was probably the first business established in Franklin Lakes. Businesses now thrive in the area consisting of small to large commercial spaces.
Residents enjoy the flexibility of driving a short distance to, Ho-Ho-Kus, Mahwah, Ramsey, Ridgewood or Fair Lawn to take the train or can utilize the bus station and Park and Ride sited at the V.F.W. in town.
There is a Recreation Center in town as well equipped with treadmills, cross trainers, life cycles, nautilus machines and lots of free weights, fitness classes, aerobics, yoga and kickboxing along with senior activities such as watercolors, art and fitness classes are available. There is also a Roller Hockey Rink where the kids love to go year round. Just over the border in Mahwah is Darlington Park that has large swimming pool and picnic areas for all to enjoy the great outdoors as well a beautiful public Golf course. If you are a golfer, you can choose one of the private clubs in the area which offer additional on -site amenities such as swimming, fishing, tennis and of course superb courses to work on your game. Indian Trail Club, High Mountain Golf Club, or Shadow Lake Golf Club is accessible through membership. From a sleepy rural community to an affluent metropolitan suburb, Franklin Lakes has changed extensively over the years continuing to be a desirable place to live and make family memories.
Woodcliff Lake New Jersey
Woodcliff Lake is an upscale suburb of New Jersey and the 5,730 members of this borough are proud of their community. Most of Woodcliff Lake reservoir lies within this community and this reservoir along with Lake Tappan and Oradell reservoir provides drinking water for most of Northern New Jersey. Woodcliff lake reservoir is surrounded by beautiful lakeside homes with magnificent water views. Residents of this community enjoy the peace and serenity of the landscape here in Woodcliff Lake. Real Estate in Woodcliff lake feature beautifully kept up homes, green lawns and a neighborhood atmosphere people love to call home.
Considered a suburb of New York City, many of the homes in this area are extremely appealing to those with families especially since the train station is right in town. The Woodcliff school system services students Kindergarten through 8th grade. High school students attend Pasacak Valley regional H.S. More information on these schools and other can be found here. Commercial businesses find Woodcliff Lake to be conducive to a positive business climate. It is the home of the North American headquarters of BMW a 220,000 sf.ft. Commercial space built with LEED in the forefront. BMW employs more than 1600 workers in Woodlake Cliffs.
Saddle River New Jersey
With a population a little over 3000 Saddle River has the second highest per capita income in the state of New Jersey. Named for the River that runs through the borough Saddle River is an impressive place to live and raise a family. The Saddle River is bordered by hundreds of luxurious riverfront estates, amazing landscapes, and the finest of features. Saddle River is truly a small town with a lot of extra. Homes in Saddle River range up into the multi-million dollar range and is a desirable community of the upper, middle class.
Upper Saddle River New Jersey
Dating back from prehistoric days to 7000 years ago Upper Saddle River having a population of just over 8000 according to the 2010 census. It is primarily a residential community made up of large one acre lots. While there are some smaller homes for sale in Upper Saddle River, many of the homes are large and elegant featuring 6 plus bedrooms and appurtenances that homeowners of the area find pleasure in owning.
George Washington marched his troops up the East Saddle River Road during the revolution; history is seen throughout town by the real estate that still stands today. Buildings like the Hopper-Goetschius House (1730), which is now a museum; and three private residences located throughout town, the Hopper-Taylor house the Nicausie-Hopper House and the Hennion-Rudolph home.
Upper Saddle River boasts 3 primary schools with high school students’ grades 9 through 12 attending Northern Highlands Regional high school. In-light of its proximately to New York City, Upper Saddle River is a wonderful place to live. .
Camden County is located on the Delaware River across from Philadelphia; in fact the city of Camden is the county seat for Camden County part of the Philadelphia metropolitan district. Camden County has a population of 513,657. Camden County is made up mostly of coastal plains with much variety. The highest elevation in the county is only 219 feet above sea level.
Camden County offers its residents a wide variety of lifestyle choices
Newton Lake Park (103.39 acres) runs through Collingswood, Oaklyn and Haddon Township. These areas are just outside of the Metro Philly area and are viable choices when looking to buy a home in Camden County. Wiggins Park Marina is a scenic deep water marina with twelve foot controlling depth at low tide; Wiggins Park Marina is strategically located on the Delaware River across from Philadelphia's historic Penn's Landing, just south of the Adventure Aquarium and north of the exciting Susquehanna Bank Center.
Cooper River Park (346.55 acres) runs through Pennsauken, Cherry Hill, Collingswood and Haddon Township. Cooper River Park offers a full array of community friendly facilities. Playgrounds, pavilions, softball fields, a restaurant - "The Lobster Trap" and the Camden County Boathouse are all here. The Camden County Boathouse at Cooper River features six boat bays for storage one-hundred rowing racing shells. It is home to seven local rowing clubs that train daily on the Cooper River, from middle-school aged children to adults in their senior years The Camden County Boathouse sees over 400 rowers each day. The Camden County Golf Academy (formerly the Cooper River Driving Range), is a state-of-the-art golf center just minutes from Collingswood, Audubon, Haddonfield, Haddon Heights, Cherry Hill, Oaklyn and Merchantville. This gorgeous Golf Academy features an aquatic, lighted, 60 station double-decker driving range with real grass tees, and a top quality short game area with a putting green and sand trap. Other popular parks in the county are Timber Creek Park, and Berlin Park. These parks and other green spaces in the county offer a variety of activities for residents and visitors to the county to enjoy.
Camden County College, Blackwood Campus, Camden City Campus, William G. Rohrer Center. Rowan University at Camden & Rutgers University Camden Center for The Arts all service the areas college bound students within Camden County. However students who attend college in the Philadelphia area are usually able to find affordable housing right outside of the city. Swathmore College, Moore College of Art & Design, Temple University, Drexel University, Thomas Jefferson University and University of Pennsylvania Health System are a few institutions where people find work as well as knowledge just over the Delaware River while residing in Camden County.
Camden County is listed among the top 5 counties in New Jersey for industrial growth and some of the major industries in the county include: Campbell soup, Alliance data systems, Arch America, L-3 Communications systems-East, and Cooper health systems. In 2006 Inc. Magazine named Camden & Burlington counties as one of the top 10 places in the country to work and to live! Eight minutes into Philadelphia, 20 minutes from Philadelphia International Airport. Fifteen minutes from Amtrak (30th Street station in Philadelphia) and within minutes of major highways such as Route 95, Route 295 and the New Jersey Turnpike This is an area where people live, work and play; here is a brief look at a few areas in Camden County
Collingswood New Jersey
Located on Camden's eastern border Collingswood is one of the most desirable places to live in Camden County. Between the superb shopping, fine dining, and its closeness to Philadelphia you'll easily discover why so much is unique about Collingswood. Named one of the “Kindest Places in New Jersey,” and honored as a community that has preserved its history, character and main street charm Collingswood New Jersey is a beautiful place to live.
Collingswood boasts being the home to The Camden County Historical Society complex one of the largest in the area Collingswood maintains a very active community center where residents gather for social meetings and events throughout the year. Collingswood is home to many upper middle class commuters who find Collingswood conducive for living, working and playing. The residents of Collingswood love calling this place home.
Pennsauken New Jersey
Pennsauken Township consists of 12 glorious square miles bordered by the Delaware River, Cooper River, Cinnaminson, Palmyra, Camden, Merchantville, and Cherry Hill. Home to just under 35,500 residents and 1,200 businesses Pennsauken is a diverse community with a wide variety of housing options, an excellent public school system and is a prominent location within Camden County and the Delaware Valley.
The township includes the area of Petty’s Island a 292-acre island in the Delaware River. Once an oil storage and distribution facility, the island is now the site of a container cargo shipping operation and nesting bald eagles. Petty's Island is currently the focal point of the township's waterfront redevelopment plan.
Pennsauken offers many community services, beside the standards there are three community pools, a baby pool, an intermediate pool and the main pool with a diving board. If you’re more into nature and are looking for a place to launch a boat kayak or canoe Pennsauken maintains a public boat ramp at the end of Derousse Ave. The Pennsauken Country Club is owned and operated by the Township since 1982. The facility includes an 18 hole golf course and 3 practice greens as well as a bar and grill that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Cherry Hill Township
When a small group of local community members thought that solving tough community problems such as sustainability would require the formation of strategic and creative alliances, a group of business pioneers approached the township of Cherry Hill to form a unique and somewhat surprising partnership. Cherry Hill has transformed into a township focused on issues of sustainability beyond the traditional conservation of open space, regulation of water quality and tree planting. In March 2008 elements of the plan that started out as a thought started to make its impact on this metropolitan Philadelphia community .Upgrades in energy efficiency, a solar panel installation on town hall, the “greening” of the municipal transportation fleet, use of environmentally-friendly products in municipal buildings and the community-wide roll out of the Recycle Bank program. Those who enjoy living in large municipal areas often find Cherry Hill Township, Gloucester Township, or Pennsauken Township to their liking.
Clementon New Jersey
Clementon is a small village on the Philadelphia and Atlantic City Railroad, five miles east of Chews Landing. With a population of only about 5000 this quaint borough definitely has a small town feel and look. Dating back to the year 1800 and up until the 1880’s there were only 15 homes a gristmill and a sawmill. Then came Theodore B. Gibbs who built a commercial enterprise named Clementon Lake Park, an amusement park .In the early decades of the century, trolley cars ran from Camden to the entrance of the Park. The amusement mecca of South Jersey, Clementon Lake Park is still very much a part of the activities of this small town. The Gibbs family has always retained their interest in the Park and its forty acre Lake. One of the most popular rides ever to be in this park was an old fashioned roller coaster known as “Jack Rabbit” the Jack Rabbit is now gone, but there are plenty of other activities to enjoy.
Pine Valley Golf Course actually located in Clementon- “Pine Valley New Jersey” “Supersedes the most avid golfer’s expectations. Golfers from all over New Jersey and the United States travel to New Jersey to play golf at Pine Valley. Year in and year out Pine Valley is rated as the number one course in the United States. This 18-hole course opened in 1918 and was designed by George Crump/H.S. Colt,. Pine Valley later spread to 623 acres, of which 416 acres remain virgin woodland. Since Crump's death, alterations have been made by several other leading golf course designers. The club also has a ten hole short course designed by Tom Fazio and Ernest Ransome III. It is a private club, and non-members can only play if invited and accompanied by a member. Pine Valley Golf Club is praised for the level of challenge, requiring thoughtful placement of the ball from tee to green. Among its many accolades, Pine Valley has arguably the best collection of par fives and par threes in the world. The club does allow the public in for one day in late September every year to watch the Crump Cup, a nationally recognized tournament featuring elite Mid-Amateur players. Adjacent to this course lies Pine Hill Borough and the Pine Valley Golf Course which is Home to one of Donald trumps National Golf Clubs. Designed by legendary designer, Tom Fazio, Trump National Golf Club - offers a modern golfing masterpiece with picturesque landscape and spectacular views of the Philadelphia Skyline. Camden County, Clementon and neighboring communities are surrounded by public golfing opportunities as well you may want to try Ron Jaworski’s course in Valley Brook or Freeway Public Gold Club in Sicklerville.
The Clementon School district serves students grades Kindergarten through 8th grade, with grades 9-12 attending the Overbrook High school in Pine Hill. For those looking to purchase a home in Clementon Township you will find some of the townhouses quite reasonably priced starting at under $40,000. Condos and single family homes are more expensive, but still reasonably prices running up to 400,000 for a beautiful home. You may want to check out the Silver Lake or Bottom lake residential neighborhoods.
Clementon is just minutes from Bellmawr, Brooklawn, and Haddon Township The leading industries in and around this borough are health care, education and retail.
Berlin New Jersey
The Borough of Berlin is in the heart of South Jersey located, midway between Philadelphia and Atlantic City with a population of approximately 7,909 residents. Commercial and business properties are readily available with Both Route 30 (White Horse Pike) and route 73 being the gateways between Philadelphia and the Jersey shores.
There are plenty of outdoor activities available for young and old alike at the Berlin Park which sits on the Great Egg River. This park has a little something for everyone with pier fishing, nature trails, lighted tennis courts, basketballs courts and a children's playground. It is a great place to enjoy a game, or simply a picnic.
Berlin does not have a lot of industry and most of the residents who are employed locally work either in the health care field or education. Berlin prides itself of its quaint, historic and urban settings with tree lined streets, model homes, farmlands, churches of all denominations and more. The borough is also home to Camden County Park that has beautiful walking trails, ball fields, and play grounds for the residents to enjoy. It is an upper middle class community that has a world class school system and even its own Community Center
The Borough's high school sending district is Eastern Regional High School in Voorhees that is also known throughout the State of New Jersey as being a first class school.
The Borough is always welcoming new businesses. Commercial and business properties are available on both Route 30 (White Horse Pike) and the Route 73 corridors. These locations are traveled gateways between Philadelphia and the Jersey shores.
Berlin has many beautiful townhouses, condos, and single family homes available for those looking to live in this quiet community with many lots being either beautifully landscaped or partially wooded. Prices for homes here start at around $150,000.
Oaklyn New Jersey
Oaklyn New Jersey is the typical small town USA. Just 15 minutes from Philadelphia. The small community of just over 4000 borders Newton Lake. There are a variety of waterfront land and lakefront homes in Oaklyn. Real Estate in this community has a medium price point of $165,000. Beautiful single family homes, townhomes and new construction are available. This area could be prime for growth due to its convenient location to Philadelphia and the small town quaintness it offers.
Avalon, Cape May, Cape May Point, Dennis Township, Lower Township, Middle Township, North Wildwood, Ocean City, Sea Isle City, Stone Harbor, Upper Township, West Cape May, West Wildwood, Wildwood Crest, Woodbine
Cape May County New Jersey is the southernmost county in the state with a population of just over 97,000. While the county covers 620 square miles 365 square miles of that is water as most of this county lies in a peninsula that juts out into the Delaware Bay. The land in Cape May county is flat almost entirely at sea level with the highest point being in the Belleplain State Forest. This point is just 60 feet above sea level. Cape May County is a great place to grab a vacation home with 26% of the 42,000 households in this county having children under the age of 18. It is also a great place for working couples and retirees with its many activities for people of every age group to enjoy. For those who love the outdoors, there are several beaches for fishing and boating, as well hiking, biking and golf. For those who prefer the indoors there are museums, shopping, art shows, and wonderful places to dine.
Cape May county also offers a zoo, wineries, theater, some towns even offer carriage rides. With so much of the county being water most of all the communities in this county are extremely water friendly.
Ocean City with its miles and miles of sandy beaches and the most famous boardwalk in the world, Ocean City is a family oriented seaside resort. With fewer than 12,000 inhabitants that swells to between 115,000 and 130,000 during the summer months, Ocean City has wonderful Real Estate opportunities. One of the most interesting things about Ocean City is; since the 1800’s the City has prohibited the sale of alcohol within the city limits, but residents of the area are welcome to stock the wet bar in their Ocean City homes.
The beaches of Ocean City offer a variety of water related activities including kayaking, boating, surfing and fishing by shore, by pier or by boat. Marinas in the area offer boaters a variety of options and amenities. There is plenty of dry land recreation as well; picnicking, beach volley ball, and miniature golf are just a few. The 2.5 mile boardwalk offers shopping, dining, arcades, and Amusement Park. The downtown shopping center, “The Avenue”, brings residents and visitors year round to shop in the unique stores, clothing, gallery, restaurants, ice cream, bakery, spas, salons and a large number of business service providers can be found downtown. The Avenue in Ocean City is a favored area of residents and visitors alike.
Ocean City is consistently improving life for its residents with major capital improvements. Over the years Ocean City has developed into an area of the Bayside Educational Center dedicated to the environmental along the Great Egg Harbor Bay, a number of neighborhood parks, many of which are lighted for extended recreation hours, a modern and expanded community center featuring a common Wi Fi lobby, aquatic & fitness center. There is an arts center, museum, library, and senior center as well. Ocean City’s golf course provides hours of enjoyment in a scenic meadow setting. There is also a waterfront park with public marina that services both residents and transient’s boaters. Ocean City makes for a perfect location at the Jersey Shore. Real Estate in Ocean City offers single or multi-family dwellings apartments, condos or townhouses, waterfront and oceanfront homes with neighborhoods parks or private beaches. There is a home to meet every need. There are also business opportunities in Ocean City. With 12,000 residents this area is a 4 season community, offering great community services and a lifestyle of coastal living at the Jersey Shore.
If you are looking for something a little or a lot quieter than Ocean City to settle down, then Stone Harbor may just be the place for you. This quaint little seaside community has a population of less than 900 people and is only 1.99 square miles with 1/4 of the area of the town taken up by water. Stone Harbor offers you the choice of a 7 mile beach with its points for bird watching and Stone Harbor beach activities. The wetlands and nature center has loads of interactive exhibits, an aquarium, and a nature path.
The Stone Harbor school district services grades K through 8 with the grades 9 through 12 attending the Middle Township Public School. For those looking to buy either a permanent or vacation home in Stone harbor there are many choices. Townhouses, single family homes most of which are on the water or at least have a spectacular view of the water. Prices are reasonable in Stone Harbor but some of the larger single family homes on the water can run well over a million dollars.
Hudson County New Jersey The Hudson River waterfront - New Jersey's Gold Coast - has emerged in recent years as one of the hottest residential markets in the entire metropolitan area. New luxury waterfront apartments, Venice styled town home communities with wide waterways for yachtsman and boaters, the convenience to Manhattan, breathtaking skyline, and the easily reached highway and airport access are just a few reasons why Hudson County consistently ranks as the best Real Estate market in New Jersey . As an alternative to operating in Manhattan, the commercial district in Jersey City is known for having the seventh largest Class A office space in the nation. With financial giants like Price Waterhouse, Ernst & Young and Pershing Hudson County is a perfect prospect for investors and businesses alike. A report from the New Jersey Business and Industry Association found that Hudson County accounted for 90 percent of new jobs produced by the state’s urban centers and have been responsible for a healthy chunk of the state’s growth in jobs in recent years, Hudson County is the smallest county in New Jersey and one of the most densely populated. The county has 12 municipalities that cover 62 Square miles of which 16 square miles are water. The county is bordered on the East by the Hudson River and New York Bay and on the west by Newark Bay and the Hackensack River.
During the 19th and 20th century, much of the shore line was taken up with train tracks, and large businesses, leaving little room for homes along the waterfront. Later these tracks and buildings were abandoned leaving much of waterfront of Hudson County deserted and rundown. In 2009 redevelopment of the waterfront began and is expected to continue over the next 20 years or more. The Hudson River waterfront walkway, the building of Journal square, and hundreds of new high rise condos along the shore line have already changed what was a derelict part of Hudson County, into an area in high demand. These waterfront improvements did not only give this county a much needed face lift but changed the atmosphere in certain measure. Hudson County is an excellent place to live or purchase a home or locate a business.
A large number of lifestyles choices, alluring housing opportunities, and ideal recreation choices grace Hudson County. Luxurious riverfront communities, to places of interest like Hudson County Park at Laurel Hill in Secaucus. You are sure to find the perfect home in the right neighborhood complementing your lifestyle. Hudson County Park is familiar to countless drivers passing on the NJ Turnpike. It is hard to miss the mass of volcanic bedrock rising 175 feet above sea level. Today the park contains a public boat ramp, lighted ball fields and a river front walkway. It is operated and maintained by Hudson County Division of Parks. Hudson County is a particularly interesting, both Ellis Island and Liberty State Park lie within Hudson County’s waters. The County also has a lot of open space with several additional county parks spread across various communities.
Hudson County is made up of larger cities and small towns such as; Hoboken, Union City and West New York, Guttenberg, Kearney, Harrison, the borough of East Newark and the Townships of North Bergen and Weehawken. There are plenty of other interesting communities within Hudson County, many of which have waterfront homes available for sale. If you are not familiar with Hudson County, taking the time to explore the different communities will help you to find the perfect place to call home.
Bayonne New Jersey Bayonne is located not far from Jersey City. Bayonne sits on what is known as the Bergen Peninsula, it is bordered by New York Bay to the east and Newark Bay to the west. Almost 48% of this little over 11 square mile city is water, and it houses a population of slightly over 63,000. Outdoor activities in Bayonne are plentiful since this city has 26 different parks located either within or near its borders. The largest of which is Bayonne Park a 100 acre green area that both locals and visitors to the area enjoy. Basketball, volleyball courts, baseball and soccer fields, fitness tracks, a dog park and a skate park are on the list of amenities in Bayonne Park. Fishing is said to be good by the locals and the Kill Van Kull channel with Staten Island is just a short drive over the Bayonne Bridge. 17 playgrounds polish off this beautiful park.
The Bayonne school district serves students pre-kindergarten through 12th grade and offers both public and private school education. For those considering moving to Bayonne there are plenty of homes available including single and multifamily homes and beautiful waterfront condos. Prices in this community start at a little over $300,000.
Jersey City New Jersey Jersey City is considered part of the New York City metropolitan area. It is also the county seat of Hudson County. Jersey City consists of almost 250,000 people, scattered over just a 21 square mile area of which 30% is water. Jersey City experienced rapid growth beginning in the 1980's when service industries led the waterfront development of this city. Helped along by the success of “Exchange Place”, Jersey City has become known as “Wall Street West.” Though a large metropolitan area, Jersey City has a variety of activities for locals and visitors alike. Such activities include fishing from the Exchange Place pier, a Science Museum and Statue cruises as well as a variety of dining experiences and shopping. The Jersey City School system houses grades Pre K through 12th grade and has a number of higher learning institutions. Many of the residents in Jersey City are employed at various businesses around the city as well as New York.
In 2008, Jersey City adopted an open space plan that called for at least one park in each ward of the city to provide green spaces for its inhabitants to enjoy. The largest of these parks is the Lincoln Park and Liberty state park. Here families can enjoy a variety of activities including walking, biking, jogging, sports, fishing and crabbing. This area also houses protected wetlands and is a stop off place for many migrating birds including the great snowy owl. For those planning on moving to Jersey City there are a variety of different types of homes available including single and multi-family homes and beautiful condos along the Hudson River waterfront.
Middlesex County New Jersey is located in the central part of the state. With a population of over 809,000 spreads over 310 square miles of which 13 square miles is water, this county is ranked among the top 100 highest income counties in the United States. The county is bisected by the Raritan River, and like many of the counties in New Jersey, there has been a real organized effort to create green spaces for the county's inhabitants. This county has 18 different parks which contain over 8600 acres including a few waterfront parks in various communities. Old Bridge Waterfront Park located on Bayview Ave offers 52 acres of recreation. Enjoy fishing piers, a playground, performance gazebo, nature study area and observation areas. There is 1.3 miles of walk/bikeway path along Raritan Bay from Cheesequake Creek to Margaret's Creek Park Center & concession area. Spring Lake Park in South Plainfied provides access to a 5 acre lake for swimming and some tennis. Some of the best views of the Raritian Bay can be found at Raritian Bay Waterfront Park with a lighted football field and basketball courts. For boaters in the area, looking for a boat launch you may want to utilize Donaldson Park in Highland Park which offers public boat launch access. If you want to play a round of golf at one of Middlesex County’s three golfing facilities you can jump in the suv and play the greens at The 36 hole Tamarack Golf Course in East Brunswick, the Meadows at Middlesex in Plainsboro, or the Raritan Landing Golf Course in Piscataway.
Along with various public and a few parochial schools serving grades pre-K through 12, there are some institutes of higher learning located in this county. Especially for students who want to continue their studies and stay at home. Middlesex County College, Princeton University, Rutgers University, Devry University as well as the University of Medicine and Dentistry and Robert Wood Johnson Medical School are outstanding choices for college bound students. Middlesex County in central Jersey is made up of several municipalities, boroughs, townships and small towns that have not been incorporated but, are census designated towns. Some of the more well-known communities in Middlesex County include: Princeton, New Brunswick, Woodbridge and Highland Park. Other communities include: East Brunswick, Middlesex, Perth Amboy, Kingston and Mechanicsville. Here, is a look at a couple of interesting communities in Middlesex County.
Carteret is a borough with a population of just under 23,000. The Rahway River forms the Northern boundary of the Borough and the Arthur Kill forms the Eastern boundary. Carteret is only 5 square miles with almost 12% of the area being water. Almost 40% of the households in this borough have children under the age of 18. One of the most treasured spots in Carteret is Carteret Waterfront Park. The park provides for water related activities such as boating, kayaking, fishing and crabbing. There is also volleyball and a summer concert series for people to enjoy when the weather warms. There is a community center in Carteret that often has open mic nights for local talent to perform. Carteret Park also offers township sponsored performance though the summer. Carteret is home to JOSEPH MEDWICK PARK an 82 Acre park located adjacent to the Rahway River. In February of 2012, this park was selected for restoration by the Army Corp of Engineers. Restoring the southern shore of the Rahway River in Carteret will add to the beauty and protect its natural wildlife. Currently there are facilities for picnicking, baseball, soccer, street hockey and exercising. The location of Carteret positions it close to public transportation, as well as a number of lakes, rivers, ponds, and reservoirs.
For those wishing to buy a home in Carteret there are several reasonably priced single family, multifamily and townhouses available. Prices start at around $150,000. With the improvements planned for this area, Carteret may be a place to look at when thinking of a place to settle down and buy a home.
Laurence Harbor New Jersey
A Gem on the Raritan Bay Laurence Harbor is an unincorporated community with a population of just over 6000. With growing two miles of walkable beachfront, Laurence Harbor boasts redevelopment of the Raritan Bay. As boardwalks are installed over the areas creeks to create a continuous stretch of bay front, from South Amboy to the Atlantic Highlands and Sandy Hook Laurence Harbor is prime for growth. A location close to the New York Metropolitan area Laurence Harbor is a perfect seaside town. Cheesequake Creek, Margaret's Creek and Whale Creek which is the Middlesex/Monmouth border all border the region of Laurence Harbor. Over time, interest in this area increases as sun, kites, sand and swimming fun awaits on the beach. Laurence Harbor is the ideal small town for people who are looking to get away from the maddening crowd and move to a quiet waterfront community where one gets to know their neighbors and becomes a part of a friendly community.
Princeton is known for its beauty, in part due to its many historic landmarks. Acres of preserved land, beautiful trails and picturesque lakes such as Carnegie Lake make Princeton a perfect fit. Most notably Princeton is known as the home of Princeton University. John Lord Berkeley and Sir George Carteret established this area near the Delaware River, in 1685. The Keith survey established the western boundary of Middlesex and Somerset Counties and later, the Township of Princeton was established. Today “Keith's Line” is recognized as Province Line Road which leads residents daily to Route 206. Nassau Hall a historic landmark in Princeton was built in 1754. This structure marked the beginning of development in Princeton New Jersey. A Simple Stone edifice placed as the cornerstone in Naussau Hall turned out to be a history act, as its architecture became the model for many large buildings in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Princeton's Carnegie Lake is a reservoir donated years ago by Andrew Carnegie It is now privately owned By Princeton University who uses it for rowing practice. The lake was the site of the Olympic Rowing Team Trials in 1976, 1980 & 1984 and is listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places. There is public access for activities such as ice skating fishing, canoeing, kayaking and picnicking and for those TV buffs an aerial view of the lake is seen in the theme opening of House MD. Princeton has a number of Parks for residents and visitors to enjoy. Community Park North, Greenway Meadows Park, home to Johnson Education Center and the former Robert Wood Johnson 60 acre estate. And Battlefield State Park an 85 acre park, site of Washington's victory over British forces on January 3, 1777. The park is a popular spot for hiking, bird watching, and cross-country skiing and residents of the area use them regularly. Whatever it is you enjoy, Princeton New Jersey has what you are looking for. Residents and visitors alike can enjoy, an evening at the theater or Symphony, a day of history at the art museum at Princeton University, or, if Golf is on your agenda then TPC Jasna Polana a private golf club may be worth your inquiry. Situated on 230 acres of breathtaking countryside in the heart of Princeton, N.J., TPC Jsna Polana Golf Course boasts an award-winning championship golf course designed by the legendary Gary Playe. Let us not forget Princeton University’s athletic events there is always something on the schedule for every sport enthusiast.
The heart of the Princeton Region is located in the central business district, across Nassau Street from Princeton Universities Palmer Square. It has something for everyone, take a leisurely stroll, shop at a one of a kind boutique or brand name store and enjoy a variety of dining options. The entire Princeton Region is suffused with history, each neighborhood having an appeal of its own, fitting together like pieces of a puzzle, forming the complete portrait of what is known as, Princeton. Medium home prices in Princeton are approx. $500,000, 50% Higher than the New Jersey medium home prices. Real Estate in Princeton is quite costly, but people find it beneficial in terms of location, services, and beauty. The Princeton Region consists of other smaller towns filtering into Mercer County and along the Delaware. Life in Princeton New Jersey is an everyday experience of charming classic architecture mixed with contemporary elements and well cared for tree lined streets. You’ll find the best in New Jersey when you discover a lifestyle in Princeton New Jersey.
South Amboy New Jersey
South Amboy is a small municipality, with a population of just under 8,000. With 42% of the city being made of water, South Amboy has some gorgeous Raritan Bayfront and Bayview property. For those looking to make their home in South Amboy, there is plenty of property available starting at around $225,000 including both single family homes and Condos, waterfront property will cost you more but it may be worth your consideration. For those looking for commercial lease space the downtown area may have exactly what you are searching for. South Amboy is convenient to public transportation as well as the entire Manhattan and Hudson Business districts. The railroad played a monumental role in the development of South Amboy, and you can still hear the trains whistle as they pass through the community today. However, for the residents of this New Jersey town those train whistles are not a jarring sound, but rather a gentle reminder of the town's long history. Community pride and joy is seen in the 136 acre Raritan Bay Waterfront park that boarders Sayerville as well. Raritan Bay Park has many activities for families to enjoy, including Playgrounds, baseball fields, softball fields, Boccie courts, a walkway for pedestrians and bikers, a nature area, performance gazebo and fantastic views of Raritan Bay. South Amboy also offers golf, fishing, and a skate park. This small community is strong in pride and tradition and could hold the lifestyle you’re looking for.
Piscataway New Jersey
Not much waterfront property here. With only 0.2 miles of water Piscataway is in the Trenton-Princeton-New Brunswick metropolitan area. In 2008, Money magazine ranked Piscataway 23rd out of the top 100 places to live in America Piscataway is the fifth oldest municipality in New Jersey. Piscataway has advanced educational and research facilities due to the presence of Rutgers University Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and High Point Solutions Stadium Piscataway lies on the south side of Raritan Valley along with New Brunswick, Highland Park, and South Plainfield. Piscataway lies 45 minutes southwest of New York City and 53 minutes northeast of Philadelphia. Home to Rutgers University Golf Course, Bakelike Park, and Johnson Park which boarders the Raritian River Piscataway is a beautiful place to live.
Sayerville New Jersey
Sayerville is located on the southern bank of the Raritan River. The borough is approximately 24 miles southwest of Lower Manhattan, 5 miles southwest of Staten Island and 50 miles northeast of Philadelphia. Sayerville is rich in history. Originally known as Roundabout (for the river bends in the area) Sayerville was renamed in the 1870s for James R. Sayre, Jr, co-owner of Sayre & Fisher Brick Company. Although the borough remains an industrial town, the relocation of several tech companies and a growing residential population has changed the landscape of this central New Jersey town.
Sayerville is accessible from major roadways – the Garden State Parkway, The New Jersey Turnpike, Interstate 95 & 287, U.S. 1, U.S. 9, Routes 440, 18, 34, 35, and 36. Three bridges span the Raritan River from Sayerville, The Edison Bridge, The Driscoll Bridge and The Victory bridge. New Jersey Transit offers service to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhatten Service within New Jersey is offered to Newark , Jersey City and 64 other local destinations routes. Sayreville is home to the Starland Ballroom concert venue, as well as several other night clubs. Sayreville has a newly constructed Skate Park, located in Kennedy Park, for skaters and bikers all around New Jersey. Along with The NJ Skate shop, skateboarders such as Bam Margera have been enticed by its design and difficulty level. The skate park has also been the site for numerous action sport competitions which has brought a lot of publicity to the town. A number of Real Estate opportunities are available in Sayerville, New Jersey. This area is robust in industrial property and commercial office space. New Construction Single family subdivisions, resales, vacant land are available for investors and home buyers. The medium sales price for Single Family homes in Sayerville is $258,000. 6/2012
If you are looking for an upscale neighborhood in which to make your home, then Morris County New Jersey may well fit the lifestyle you are looking forward too. Considered part of the New York City Metropolitan area, and only about 25 miles from the “Big Apple” itself Morris county has the 16th largest per capita income in the United States and the second Largest in New Jersey. It is home to several fortune 500 companies and the cost of living in this county is 57% higher than rest of country. Morris county is made up of 39 Municipalities covering 481 square miles of which 12 of those square miles is water. Within the county are several lakes including Lake Hopatcong, Budd Lake, and Lake Parsippany. There are several great places for recreation in Morris County for boaters and fisherman you will surly love Black River pond, Mt. Hope pond, Budd Lake, Lake Hopatcong, and Rockaway River. For the Golf enthusiasts there are a number of private, semi private, and public golf courses for area residents and tourists to enjoy. Boat rentals, marinas, fine dining, spas, and a make up of the sights and sounds of nature, prolific townships, boroughs, and many friendly neighborhoods.
Budd Lake is an unincorporated community within Mt Olive Township. Budd Lake formally known as Lake Hattacawanna was named after Lieutenant John Budd, a military officer who was sent to the area to teach the locals how to protect their community Budd Lake is a community of almost 9000 residents, with almost 50% of its residents having school age children, who attend the Mt Olive school district. Budd Lake itself is a fisherman's paradise as the lake is filled with Northern Pike, crappie, and sunfish. It is an ideal community for families who enjoy the outdoors and the landscape of tree lined streets with waterfront activities in town. Home prices in Budd Lake start at around $100,000 with the average being at around $350,000 for a beautiful newer home. Budd Lake is only a small portion of Mt Olive Township however people find it to be an affordable option in Morris County.
Mountain Lake a borough in Morris County has a population of just over 4,000. The community is picturesque with several man made lakes scattered about the community Dating back to 1910 Mountain Lakes New Jersey was to be a planned suburban community envisioned by a local engineer, Lewis Van Duyne and developer Herbert J Hapgoods. By 1923 there were more than 600 stucco built homes in Mountain Lakes, due to the high demand of city dwellers looking for a comfortable place to live, in a region with a direct train line into New York City. Most of the homes built were Craftsman styled homes that catered to the natural environment and promoted outdoor living.
The homes in Mountain Lakes were designed to appeal to upper middle-class people who wanted to raise their families in a wholesome country environment filled with recreational opportunities and neighbors who would share their values. Over the years, Mountain Lakes has had the ability to preserve its original design and character, the grand gardens have been simplified, houses have been renovated but the essential character of the “Lakers” remains. The rustic suburb of Mountain Lakes has maintained its unique framework and has been cited as one of the most "uniquely planned" communities in North America. Mountain Lakes has a special story and it is seen today as you pass through the stone pillars at both ends of town. A drive along Its long narrow curving roads the large stucco "Hapgoods houses", and its connection to nature you can’t deny that this is an area rich in history and strong neighborhood distinctness. Wilcox Park Frederick Park, Memorial Park, Kaufman Park, Esplanade Park, Briarcliff Park and the Thorlief Fliflet Bird Sanctuary are all places where Mountain Lakes Residents spend their leisure time. Birchwood Lake, Crystal Lake, Mountain Lake, Sunset Lake, Wildwood, Lake, Cove Lake and Island Beach are focal points. Area residents enjoy a variety of lakefront activities throughout the year.
Kinnelon is a community that has a population of over 10,000. It is a very unique community with much to offer. Fayson Lakes, an area set aside mostly for tourists and Kinnelon Lake, a private gated community both offer homes that are for a year round lifestyle, as well as a vacation getaway spot. Kinnelon has great community services, highly ranked schools and is convenient for commuters. Much of Kinnelon's history has to do with its natural environment, which offers its own unusual elements which distinguish Kinnelon from other towns in New Jersey. 8,000-12,000 years ago a Wisconsin glacier left behind the entire Pyramid Mountain area. Pyramid Mountain is a 1,280-acre Pyramid Mountain Natural Historic Area. The Pyramid and Turkey mountains in Kinnelon, Boonton and Montville were all formed from a glacier. Dramatic rock outcrops, extensive wetlands and waterfall this area consists of two of the most visited areas in New Jersey. Bear Rock erratic , one of the largest in the state, and Tripod Rock, a 160-ton boulder perched atop three smaller boulders are the draw for visitors and residents alike.
The Fayson Lake area in Kinnelon has some of the most beautiful lakefront homes in New Jersey. Fayson Lakes is a private association with more than 500 family members. The association is comprised of women and men's club, swim club, and yacht club. The associations and its members carry on activities throughout the year for residents of the area to enjoy.
Smoke Rise is a private community on Lake Kinnelon, Smoke Rise is a gated upscale community who provides for the care and maintenance of roads, bridal paths, parks, dams, beaches, lakes streams, docks, piers, club houses and other buildings. There are over 50 miles of roadway and over 900 homes sitting on 3500 acres in Smoke Rise. Dating back to1946, Smoke Rise was developed when the need for suburban housing for discriminating people became evident. John Talbot, Sr. a tobacco tycoon, with great vision and foresight, founded The Smoke Rise Club, which is one of the earliest community club plans in the United States. Today Real Estate in Smoke Rise is expensive but New York City executives love the area for its beautiful lake front properties and services the community provides. Kinnelon New Jersey does offer a price point for every lifestyle.
Whether you’re a homeowner entrepreneur or business owner, there are Single family homes, town homes and commercial properties available. Kinnelon New Jersey offers some of the most magnificent views in New Jersey. A Lakefront home, a home on the mountain with a NYC view a place to conduct business, rest assured there is a home. a neighborhood or an investment opportunity, that is just for you.
Salem County New Jersey
Salem County New Jersey is part of the Delaware Valley Community, with a population of over 66,000. The county stretches over 373 square miles with 35 square miles of water. The county is made up of just 15 municipalities. Salem County boasts 6 rivers, 40 lakes and ponds, acre upon acre of marsh and meadow land, riverfront beaches and dense woodlands. Salem County has a rich legacy, an enormous array of natural resources and acres and acres of open space. The county has a stable farming community, and a strong economic job base. Salem County offers a very unique quality of life, with natural beauty and diverse communities. Nestled in the southwest corner of New Jersey, Salem County is within easy driving distance of Philadelphia, New York, Wilmington, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Atlantic City. Commuters find this area a desirable alternative to city living. Salem County has a flourishing arts community. Theater and music, studios and galleries, the area is alive with artists of all inventive styles. With the beautiful waterfront and serene countryside the art community finds this area an appealing place to live, where creativity can flow. Paintings and sculpture, glass and jewelry creations, ceramics and furniture masterpieces can be purchased and admired in a number of unique shops in most all of Salem County's 15 municipalities. Salem County is proud to promote and invite originality, which produce highly varied artistic styles and talented artists.
The Salem River is approximately thirty miles long and is a tributary of the Delaware River. The Salem River winds through Upper Pittsgrove Township, Pilesgrove Township, the borough Woodstown, and Pennsville Township, where it widens and passes through Salem City which them empties into the Delaware River. Salem County's agricultural, historical, cultural and economic characteristics are surpassed only by the people who work to preserve the features that make the county unique. Salem County is still a place of open spaces, making it attractive to the agricultural industry and business developers alike. While 42.6 percent of the land is under active farm cultivation, county developers, and builders are cultivating the terrain for new businesses and industry to compliment the established and flourishing areas of manufacturing. The Salem County Fair is an event that brings people for all over New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania to the area. Held annually at the Salem County Fairgrounds on Rt. 40 in Pilesgrove, NJ., this event is loved by all. It is a true agricultural fair with 4-H, livestock, home economics, horse shows, team penning, and tractor pulls, tons of food, and a variety of musical entertainment. If your relocating to New Jersey and you’re looking for a place to live, Salem County and the municipalities within its boundaries may be worth a look.
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Carney's s Point New Jersey
Carney's Point is a vibrant community and is home major corporations and businesses, such as DuPont, Atlantic City Electric, and the Delaware River Bay Authority business park. Carneys Point is convenient and a favorite place to live for business people who work at these corporations. The reason commuters also find Carney's Point to be a convenient place to call home is that it is less than 2 hours from New York, Washington DC, and Baltimore and just 30 minutes to Philadelphia or Wilmington Delaware. Within town access to interstate 295, the New Jersey turnpike and the light rail Carney’s Point is perfect for people who work in Philadelphia. At the heart of Carneys Point sits Dunn's Park. With a picturesque fountain, flower lined walkways and magnificent trees; it is often used as a backdrop for weddings and other special occasions. At the Northern end of our town sits the Carneys Point Recreation Complex. When you’re looking to catch a softball, baseball or soccer game, the complex is always busy with local kids and recreation enthusiasts. The Carney's Point Recreation Complex holds a community campout each year, and the amount of attendees grows each year. Carneys' Point is a place where people enjoy the traditions of yester year but continue to make new history with neighborhood camaraderie in the forefront. Homes in Carneys point vary from historic farm houses to modern new construction. Riverfront and lakefront homes are available and offer a natural and desirable setting for potential new residents. Carney's Point is a convenient and beautiful place to live
Elmer New Jersey considers itself the “little town with the big welcome” and by all accounts this description is extremely accurate. Having a population of almost 1400 and covering only 1 square mile Elmer New Jersey is a small town with lots to offer. Elmer is home to Parvin State Park, This is where residents and visitors of Elmer enjoy their leisure time with all that nature has to offer. Your family and friends will never run out of things to do in the park. Interpretive programs at the visitor’s center swimming, boating and fishing on Parvin Lake, walking and hiking and biking on the numerous trails. There are a number of campsites and cabins, a bathhouse, boat ramp, picnic areas, and food concession stand to make your visit to this beautiful state park. Elmer elementary school serves students in grades Kindergarten through 4th grade with children from 5th grade through 12th attending the nearby Pittsgrove school district. Housing in Elmer is reasonably affordable with both smaller and larger homes for sale. There are also a number of vacant lots available for those who dream of building their own home. Or if your not ready to take on building your own home there is new construction on the area that is extremely affordable.
Named after William Penn, Pennsville Township is located on the Delaware River. With a population of over 13,000 Pennsville Township is truly loved by its residents. When you enter town you get a sense of its history with aged farmhouse styled homes and brand new contemporary homes with architecture details that bring history into the present. Pennsville Township is the largest of all 15 municipalities in Salem County. Originally settled by the Swedish and Finnish, Pennsville is a beautiful municipality, a great place to buy a home, and a widely admired New Jersey riverfront town on the Delaware. With access to the New Jersey turnpike (exit1) Pennsville Township is 12 miles from Wilmington DE and 34 miles from Philadelphia, Pennsville Township enjoys an atmosphere of small town living with big city amenities.
There are plenty of recreational activities in this community and it sports a beautiful Riverview Beach Park. Walking, bike paths, picnic areas, playground, boating access and panoramic views of the Delaware River are all the amenities offered. Riverview Park is where people go to enjoy a Delaware riverfront breeze and experience the history of Salem County and Pennsville itself. Riverfront homes along the Delaware in Pennsville Township are situated in the Churchtown area, Penns Beach area and Pennsville proper. There is a healthy mix of historic farm styled homes as well as modern new construction mansions. Homes in Pennsville Township are higher priced than other towns in Salem County, but most of the homes here sit on nice sized parcels of land and are very desirable to the business community.
Pennsville Township provides its resident with a full array of services, with two fire departments, an ambulance service, a police department, water & sewer company, visiting nurse service as well as a public library. The Delaware Memorial Bridge may be one of Pennsville's most beautiful marvels. The Delaware Memorial Bridge is the longest twin span suspension bridge in the world. The bridge joins Pennsville and New Castle Delaware and sees more than 80 thousand cars a day. Pennsville Township is a perfect place to call home in Salem County. If you would like more information on Salem County, its business climate, transportation or quality of life please click here, to view videos on Salem County and its municipalities.
Salem is the county seat of Salem County and has a population of over 5000 residents, It is located at the mouth of the Salem River. Salem City New Jersey is a quiet community with single family homes, town homes, duplexes and apartments. The homes in Salem are fairly inexpensive and people who are looking to live in Salem will have their choice of well-maintained homes, complete fixer uppers, affordable new construction and loads of commercial property. Salem City New Jersey makes it possible for people of all incomes to invest in Real Estate in a peaceful wooded growing community. Salem Senior Village is a 64 unit senior citizen based apartment complex in the center of our historic downtown. The 10 million dollar development project was the first major development project of Stand Up For Salem. There is a waiting list for this community and more information can be found on the Salem Website. Salem Farmers Market is a program of the Salem Main Street program. It promotes community camaraderie and helps to support local farming industry. Residents and travelers often stop by the Market Street on a regular basis to pick up some fresh produce from local farmers. Medical facilities are available in Salem as well. Located downtown the Southern Jersey Family Medical Center provides a variety of services including dental, pediatrics and well care. The downtown area in Salem City is also the place to go when you looking for a good place to eat or buy a unique gift at one of the shops or gallery.
Salem City is also known for their Yuletide Tour of Salem County. People come from all over to visit and experience this beautiful holiday tour. Broadway and Market Streets are decorated and filled with the season’s spirit by all who take the tour. A highlight of the tour is the historic First Presbyterian Church on Market Street. The churches steeple is one of the tallest structures in South Jersey. At 165' feet tall, it often serves as a navigational point for ships coming up the Delaware Bay. The sanctuary had a major renovation in 2006 with the original plaster frieze being restored by local artist Molly Carpenter. The Church is also graced with restored, extinct, Red Pine Floors and a Tiffany studio window that was installed in 1901. The church’s steeple is one of the tallest structures in South Jersey (165 feet tall), and often serves as a navigational point for ships coming up the Delaware Bay. The sanctuary received a major renovation in the summer of 2006.
Woodstown is a historic town, and known as a "cute little town that you pass through on your way to the jersey shore. Known for being home to the Cowtown Rodeo." But actually in Pilesgrove, Woodstown is beautiful community with a population of less 4000. Located only 12 miles from the Delaware Memorial Bridge, 30 miles from Philadelphia and 50 miles from Atlantic City.
Woodstown New Jersey is rich in history and a convenient place to call home. Memorial Lake which is connected to the Salem River is surrounded by a hand full of lakefront homes as well as vacant land. Boating, fishing and other activities are the focal point for residents at Memorial Lake. Real Estate is affordable in comparison to the housing the in the rest of New Jersey. There are farmhouses, brownstones, town homes, new homes as well as a variety of rentals and commercial investment opportunities in Woodstown. There are several unique small business opportunities in the downtown area as mom and pop restaurants and lovely historic homes. Woodstown also sports a large local farmers market that residents and neighboring communities routinely patronize. You can shop, eat, recreate and enjoy decades of history every day when you live in Woodstown, New Jersey Each year Woodstown holds a historic holiday Candlelight Tour and a fall festival, The festival is widely attended by locals and visitors alike. Over 100 scarecrows line the streets for judging at the annual Woodstown Fall Festival. Wine tasting, a chili contest, crafters, food, activities for the kids, musical entertainment & more!
Sussex County New Jersey
Hopatcong New Jersey
If the Jersey Shore is not on your wish list, then the beauty of Hopatcong New Jersey may be irresistible. Located on the northwestern shore of Lake Hopatcong in Sussex County, Hopatcong New Jersey has a natural magnetism to over 16,000 residents. Each season brings its own splendor to Hopatcong, on the lake, in the rolling hills and in the neighborhoods within it. Gorgeous changes in scenery, plenty of recreation and terrific community services give Hopatcong New Jersey a top rating. The well maintained tree lined roads and landscapes which lead to Routes 10, 46, 206 and 80 make the Lake Hopatcong area a convenient and attractive place to call home. Less than an hour into Manhattan, Wall Street, Newark, Jersey City, Hoboken, Fort Lee and other northern Jersey business districts Hopatcong New Jersey a great place to live and buy a home.
The Borough of Hopatcong is home to the largest lake in New Jersey, Lake Hopatcong. The Lake has been a significant New Jersey resort area since the 1880's. During the era of Vaudeville and Burlesque, it became a popular attraction for the rich and famous. Today visitors still flock to Lake Hopatcong from all over New York and New Jersey to enjoy the recreational activities, excellent restaurants accessible by land or by lake, full-service marinas and deep-rooted country charm. For over a hundred years, the Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club has been connected with a fun and exciting lakefront summer lifestyle in New Jersey. The Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club is a private club that was founded in 1905. The clubhouse built in 1910 sits on the alluring lakefront of Lake Hopatcong and is a historic piece of real estate. This log cabin styled clubhouse is a place where members gather for the many events it holds throughout the year as well as a place where people can dock and dine while enjoying gorgeous sunsets on the Lake. The clubhouse is on the National and New Jersey registers of historic places and is a place where summer memories are made. The club is run by its members and features an active sailing, social and recreation schedule for the entire family. Dining, sailing, fireworks, Saturday night events, and the yearly regatta are just a few of the things the Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club offers its members. Lake Hopatcong is also the venue of choice for the annual APBA Boat Races which attracts locals and visitors to a fun filled day at the lake. Lake Hopatcong offers two public beach areas to enjoy all types of water sports and sun filled activities. The local marinas offer Jet Ski rentals, motorboat and patio boat rentals, waterskiing equipment Rentals and more. You can be rest assured your water travel accommodation choices are plenty on Lake Hopatcong.
Homes on the lake are affordable and offer many options, docks, boat houses, large and small lots, modern amenities and historic charm. There is a lifestyle and home for everyone, whether it be a year round homestead or a vacation getaway you will be able to find it in Hopatcong New Jersey.
Stanhope New Jersey
With a population of more than 3600 residents, Stanhope New Jersey offers a homeowner a beautiful, rural community in the New Jersey highlands, bordered by the Muscontecong River and Lake.For about 140 years, Stanhope was significantly involved in the production of iron. The Morris Canal, a man-made engineering achievement, flowed through the heart of the town and linked the Hudson and Delaware Rivers. The Morris Canal transformed Stanhope into a major outlet for canal goods into upper Sussex County. The early iron companies at Stanhope owned large tracts of forested land, which eventually transformed into commercial and residential building grounds. Efforts to balance development in Stanhope with the preservation of open space, clean water and air is a commendable priority that is clearly evident when driving through the township.You have a variety of Real Estate opportunities in Stanhope including a small lake front community along Muscontecong Ave, Spring Lane and Walton Place. Homes of many different styles and sizes with majestic lakefront views are available. There are new construction opportunities as well as commercial investment opportunities in Stanhope. Only an hour out of Manhatten and offering multiple options for commuters from Byram Township or Netcong, Stanhope may be the right choice for you.Stanhope is also home to Wild West City a favorite of the locals and visitors from all over the country WILD WEST CITY is a western heritage theme park that brings the old west back to life through portrayals of real-life western characters, legendary events and a frontier town re-creation. (22) live action shows daily, miniature train rides, stagecoach and pony rides, shops and museums keep visitors busy 4 months out of the year.
Known as the Township of Lakes, with more than two dozen lakes and ponds Byram covers more than 22.48 Miles with a population estimated around 8,500. Homes in Byram are nestled amongst the beauty of the highlands and are more than just appealing. Residents find homes in Byram Township very desirable, as the area exudes peace, tranquility, suburban amenities and modern convenience.
Lake Lackawanna, a private community within the township offers a man-made lake with 6 coves and 3 islands. Boat lovers enjoy family and friend time by anchoring near these areas, lake area homeowners are proud to live in here and work to maintain and preserve its natural beauty. Lake Lackawanna encompasses 210 beautiful acres, it is a privately owned lake and homeowners pay for the use of the land. The area is perfect for living, working, commuting, boating, camping fishing golfing, hiking, horseback riding, ice hockey ice skating kayaking biking, photography, sailing, tubing, swimming and more. Forest Lake is another lakefront community in Byram Township with some of the lakefront homes being offered in the lower price range. Lake Lackawanna is also home to a beautiful 9 hole public golf course and lakeside restaurant (Stanhope). CO Johnson Park, Neil Gylling Memorial Park and Stonehedge Park are all located in Byram Township and offer a variety of recreation opportunities for residents to enjoy.
Here, are a few photos of Byram Township
Sparta Township New Jersey
With a population of almost 20,000, Sparta Township, offers a lifestyle for everyone. This community is known for its beauty, attractive business incentives, high ranking school system, low crime rate and diverse selection of housing opportunities. Morristown, Trenton, and New York City - are all within a 30-60 minute drive. Newark International, La Guardia and John F. Kennedy Airports are all within a convenient distance as well.
Consisting of 39 square miles Sparta Township is a thriving community in the highlands. With 11 private lake communities within its borders, Sparta Township is truly a New Jersey Lakefront community to consider when relocating. Lakes, mountains, and farmland create a picturesque place to call home. You can choose from ample sized homes on Lake Mohawk or estate sized homes on Fox Hollow Lake. The Seneca Lake areas, as well as other small lake communities are always an option when you are looking to relocate.
Just like Jersey Shore boardwalks, Tomahawk Lake is primarily focused on leisure and recreation, Lakefront beach, the largest white sand lakefront beach in New Jersey.Tomahawk Lake water-park and recreation area is where the locals go to enjoy a day at the beach. Situated on 200 breathtaking acres and home to New Jersey’s largest white sand lakefront beach this recreation area is amazing. Complete with an 18-hole miniature golf course, rustic outdoor beer garden with live music, souvenir shops, softball field, horse-shoe and volleyball areas, and an old fashioned picnic area with more than 800 tables for lunch and dinner with family and friends. Tomahawk Lake and the neighborhood that surrounds it, is the place to be during spring and summer months.
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From childhood my grandparents kept us quite busy discovering the waterfront of New Jersey. Spending summers along the coast of the Jersey Shore or sharing weekend drives site-seeing to get a glimpse of the New York Skyline, they loved introducing us to New Jersey. A day of Urban area shopping, eating and exploring, a weekend at Lake Hopatcong, weeks in Wildwood Crest, Manasquan and other beaches along the coast in Ocean and Monmouth counties. The best summers were spent in our Cherry Quay lagoon front rental home and taking boat rides on the Metedeconk in Brick Township, My grandparents made sure we experienced and appreciated the beauty of New Jersey and its water friendly areas. As a real estate management professional acknowledging an industry change in the way real estate information is shared and having a personal love and respect propagated over 35 years ago NJWaterfront,Com was born. Aiming to provide a portal of information pertaining to New Jersey Waterfront Real Estate, encompassing a centralized search to view all of New Jersey’s beautiful water area properties.
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