Call me if still interested. Carl 973 632-8593 cell.
In Union county, we can explore Berkeley Heights and Scotch Plains. And in Morris County, Long Hill Township.
As a starting point, you can search among all actively listed properties in Bridgewater by visiting http://www.Homes08807.com
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If you are still looking for your first home in NJ with easy commute to NYC, excellent school system, great downtown area, and many more amenities, I recommend Ridgewood, Glen Rock, Allendale, or Ramsey.
All are excellent Bergen County towns, offer all you are looking for, and for $500K you can find a very nice 3BD home.
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I urge you to please visit my website and contact me directly. There are a number of resident families which work in Manhattan and live in the North Caldwell community. With a number of Midtown direct express buses and trains, local residents attest to the quality, happiness, privacy and comfort in their selection of home in North Caldwell, NJ.
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Denville is a great town with good schools,parks,restaurants,lakes and a train to mid town direct.
If you send me your e-mail address I will be happy to send you listings in the area.
Feel free to email your email address to me or you can log into my website below to start your search.
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Cosider towns along the route 1 corrider. It will be one train into Penn Station and you can comfortably work, read or sleep on the way. The commuting time will be dictated by how far south you decide to move. And for a great bargain in housing, real estate taxes, car insurance and personal income tax consider Yardley Bucks County PA. It will, however be the longest commute, 60 minutes plus on the train.I did it for 16 yearsand found the train time to be very productve.
Good luck in your search and if Yardley becomes a consideration do not hesitate to contact us.
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You have a lot of options that would keep you in your price range, and well within your commuting timeframe.
My area (of Essex County) can offer you a 45-60 min bus commute to Port Authority........or a 37-45 min train commute to Penn Station, via the mid town direct train.
Lots of great shopping in the area (check out the Mall at Short Hills for starters!)....recreation - hiking trails and parks............fabulous restaurants and small boutiques............great schools, too.
Some towns to consider are:
W. Orange, Livingston, Maplewood, S Orange, Roseland, the Caldwells, Florham Park and E. Hanover (these last 2 towns are in Morris County)......
Please feel free to check out my website where I have a number of useful links offering information on schools and the towns mentioned above.
Best wishes, and please don't hesitate to reach out to me if I can be of help, or for more information.
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As a former commuter from New Jersey, I found that the less complicated the commute the better. There are several towns in Essex and Morris county that meet your criteria. Some of these towns have stations where NJ Transit trains travel directly to midtown (Penn Station) and your commute can be within your desired time frame. To learn more about some towns to consider purchasing a home, I've listed some links below that you can review. If you would like further assistance, I would be happy to assist you and your family in finding a suitable home.
Best of luck to you,
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there are many options to consider in Morris County with great schools,lakes,parks and easy commuting to NYC.
Please contact me and I will e-mail you listings for you to consider.
-a very strong school system (http://www.greatschools.org/new-jersey/nutley/schools/),
-beautiful parks that run throughout town (http://www.nutleynj.org/content/parks-and-public-grounds.html),
-a very active and involved community
-and a relatively easy commute to NYC from both Delawanna Train Station (http://www.nutleynj.org/content/jitney-service.html) and via both NJTransit and Private Bus Lines
If you'd like to see some of the homes currently available in Nutley check out the below link
If you have any additional questions or concerns, or need some help finding a home please feel free to contact me directly.
Coldwell Banker Franklin Realty
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I did it for many years firstly from Montclair (tough taxes) and subsequently from Hawthorne so I speak from experience.
As far as individual towns you budget will allow you into any town with the exception of a couple of the most expensive and in all cases schools are exceptional.Iam sure subsequent answers will tout their own towns but if you want an unbiased opinion drop me a line
Good luck with your search
My Name is Debbie With Better Homes & Gardens Rand Realty we have multiple offices in NY and NJ, Give me a call and we can go over style now that i know areas you like.
It is a GREAT time to buy a home as rates and home prices are very low!! I am an agent from Clifton and I specialize in many towns around the area. I would love to set a time when we can get together and go over what is available for you. My direct number is (201) 679-2857 and my website is http://www.WelcomeHomeClifton.com. Please let me know if you have any more real estate questions or needs.
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