Where can you find a charming Victorian Homes, with a large back yard an “A” rated school system and beautiful gas lit tree lined streets? Glen Ridge, a small but quaint town primarily single family homes with direct access to New York City via the Montclair-Boonton Train Line. The real estate here has few homes for sale and the whole town averages about 1.5 square miles. Great schools.net has very little data on the small township and most New Yorkers never heard of Glen Ridge. The town is a residential heaven located 9 miles from the lincoln tunnel and the train ride averages 25 minutes to midtown Manhattan.
More than 90 percent of Glen Ridge is in a historic district, with a preservation commission established in 1987 to conserve and protect housing stock. The median household income in Glen Ridge, New Jersey is $169,006. The median household income for the surrounding county is $54,499 compared to the national median of $53,482. The median age of people living in Glen Ridge is 41.5 years. The real estate is a highly competitive market for buyers due to a sheer lack of supply.
Located just east of Montclair, Glen Ridge is home to many executives and business entrepreneurs. Residents enjoy the restaurants and local art galleries in Montclair and local shopping on Broad street in Bloomfield is also available. The Glen Ridge Country Club is also a town favorite located on Ridgewood Avenue on the northern end of town.
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$1,699,000 : 523 Ridgewood Ave, Glen Ridge5 beds, 4.2 baths
$1,150,000 : 16 Sherman Ave, Glen Ridge5 beds, 3.2 baths
$565,000 : 12 Clark St, Glen Ridge4 beds, 3 baths
$1,970,000 : 437 Ridgewood Ave, Glen Ridge5 beds, 5.1 baths
$969,000 : 250 Washington St, Glen Ridge4 beds, 2.1 baths
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(all data current as of 11/18/2017)
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