Hello Larry. Have you gotten an answer to this question yet? This is actually a Bordentown Township property with a Trenton mailing address. The residents would attend the Bordentown Township Regional School District schools. I happen to be a fan!... more
Currently the Trend MLS shows 10 properties in the Wilber section of Trenton. Of those 10 properties only 3 are actually in the Wilber Section of the city, according to the Tax Records. In Real Estate it is the buyers responsibility to determine if the area is suitible for your families needs. You should personally view all properties prior to making any offers.... more
You will need to do the research yourself since everyone's needs are different. For everyone person who says they're bad someone else will say they're good. It becomes very confusing. Get pre-approved for a mortgage and see what you can spend on a house. Then you will have a better idea of what your options are.... more
Not sure how it happens that we often get these types of questions, but this Q&A forum is primarily for those asking Q's regarding real estate and not schools, hence the reaons you have yet to get a response.
sorry I could not be of more help.
Francesca, Realtor, ePro
I don't know the answer to your question but keep in mind that the boundaries are not fixed. The townships in Mercer Contuy, especially the ones that share a border with Trenton,like to mix the borders up every few years to try and better diversify the schools. One year your neighborhood maybe sending to one school and the next year they will go somewhere else. For example, the Universtiy Heights neighborhood used to send their kids to Steinert and now they get sent to Nottingham.... more