This is where the 'Garden State' gets its name.

  • Area Highlights
    • 20 - 30 minutes to Center City Philadelphia
    • Charming small towns
    • Very convenient to New Jersey beach towns
    • Easy access to Philadelphia sports arenas
  • Description

    Just across the Delaware River from Pennsylvania via the Ben Franklin, Betsy Ross and Walt Whitman bridges, Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties in New Jersey have long appealed to residents working in Philadelphia but seeking a more relaxed place to raise a family. There are quaint towns like Haddonfield and Moorestown, where residents love their neighborhoods and lifestyle, yet thanks to rapid transit, they can be in the city in 20 or 30 minutes. And as a bonus, they can get “down the shore” in an hour, too.

    Driving east into Camden, Burlington and Gloucester counties, the land flattens out and gets a bit sandy. Farms begin to pop up on the landscape — this is the area where the Garden State nickname was born, where acres of flavorful Jersey tomatoes still grow, and in some areas, such as Medford Lakes, stands of trees hide bodies of water where fishing and kayaking are waiting. These areas together have a population of more than 1,000,000 people, and within them, they each have communities that have long been favorite places for people to settle when they tire of city life.

    Moorestown, N.J., a Burlington County town named “Best Place to Live” in 2005 by Money magazine, continues to attract new residents in large part because of its quality of life and proximity to Philadelphia. Similarly, Medford Lakes, with its somewhat woodsy, rustic feel; Haddonfield and Haddon Heights, two historical and community-oriented towns; and Cherry Hill, one of the largest immediate suburbs of Philadelphia, are all top picks for people looking for proximity to Philadelphia and even Atlantic City. The River Line, a New Jersey Transit light-rail commuter train, travels between Trenton and Camden and is therefore convenient to residents of these towns. They can transfer to the PATCO high-speed line for the rest of the journey into Philadelphia.

    There are many recreation options in this southern part of the state, but one of the most notable is time at the beach. There are many shore points that are just a little over an hour from these places. Each community also has system of parks and is close to several state parks where hiking, fishing, canoeing, kayaking and other activities are plentiful.

Location

New Jersey – South, New Jersey
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New Jersey – South

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Indian Springs
1/18
  • Melodie Kahr
    Melodie Kahr
    Realtor/Director of External Relations, Licensed in PA, NJ & NY
$701,000
Indian Springs
Marlton, NJ 08053
4 bed | 4/1 bath | 6,270 sq
Exclusive
OPEN HOUSE: Oct 22, 1:00-3:00pm
55 Watson Dr
1/25
$417,500
55 Watson Dr
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
4 bed | 2/1 bath | 2,765 sq
Exclusive
$7,500,000
511 New Albany Rd
Moorestown, NJ 08057
7 bed | 9/1 bath | 14,010 sq
Courtesy of BHHS Fox & Roach-Moorestown
$7,500,000
263 Mount Laurel Rd
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
5 bed | 7/3 bath | 14,020 sq
Courtesy of Keller Williams Realty-Medford
$5,000,000
10 Lane Of Acres
Haddonfield, NJ 08033
7 bed | 7/2 bath | 9,745 sq
Courtesy of BHHS Fox & Roach-Haddonfield
Pending
$4,600,000
628 Windsock Way
Moorestown, NJ 08057
7 bed | 5/4 bath | 1.10 acres
Courtesy of Long & Foster - Moorestown

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  • Average Days on Market Residential

    120 September 2017
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    -8.5 % since September 2016
  • Average Price per SqFt Residential

    $116 September 2017
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  • Total Monthly Inventory September 2017

    8,559
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    +8.3 % since
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  • New Listings Residential

    769 September 2017
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  • Percent of Asking Price Residential

    97 % September 2017
    +0.3 % since
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Local Information

Local Information

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Glenview Avenue Elementary School
Type: Public
Level: PK-6
Bancroft Elementary Autism Program
Type: Private
Level: K-3
Audubon High School
Type: Public
Level: 7-12
Brookfield Elementary School
Type: Private
Level: K-8
Raymond W. Kershaw Elementary School
Type: Public
Level: 5-8
Mansion Avenue Elementary School
Type: Public
Level: 3-6
Atlantic Avenue Elementary School
Type: Public
Level: K-6
Seventh Avenue Elementary School
Type: Public
Level: K-6
Mary Bray Elementary School
Type: Public
Level: PK-4
Baptist Regional School
Type: Private
Level: K-12

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