Market Trends: 6/19/2013
Total Properties Listed: 503
Month-Over-Month Change: +5.23%
Average List Price: $287,813
Month-Over-Month Change: -.62%
Median List Price: $259,945
Month-Over-Month Change: +.36%
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Average Price by Bedrooms:
1 Bedroom: $135,236
2 Bedrooms: $208,271
3 Bedrooms: $253,171
4 Bedrooms: $351,865
5 Bedrooms: $424,007
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Woodbridge Township Real Estate
About Woodbridge Township
Woodbridge Township homes for sale include residences in ten communities located within the township. The population is 99,585 and this is the sixth-largest municipality within New Jersey. Woodbridge Township is named for Reverend John W. Woodbridge. It is the oldest original township in New Jersey and was incorporated in 1798. Sections of the township were taken to form the townships of Edison in 1870 and Carteret in 1906. Many choose Woodbridge Township real estate for the proximity to New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Washington, D.C.
The communities within Woodbridge Township consist of some census-designated places and they are all unincorporated. The neighborhoods include Avenel, Colonia, Fords, Hopelawn, Iselin, Keasbey, Menlo Park Terrace, Port Reading, Sewaren and Woodbridge Proper. The homes here are typical of Middlesex County. There are row houses, single-family homes, town houses, condos and some farms. Colonia Estates is a popular area with large homes on acre lots.
Residents of Woodbridge Township real estate are served by the Woodbridge Township School District and there are more than 13,000 students. There are 16 elementary schools, five middle schools and three high schools. The high schools provide more than 150 courses, including advanced placement college preparatory classes. The schools are accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
Residents have access to many other areas of New Jersey due to the transportation system and several major roads within Woodbridge Township. There are three train stations that provide service to Penn Station in Newark and New York as well as service to Washington, D.C., Boston and Philadelphia. Many residents of Woodbridge Township real estate commute to jobs in other cities. Bus service is also available locally and to Midtown Manhattan.
Choosing Woodbridge Township homes for sale allows residents to live in an area that is considered safe for raising families. In addition, they will enjoy the close-knit sense of community that is experienced by living where there are many recreational opportunities, a small town atmosphere and the proximity to virtually everything that is needed. Nearby cities provide a wealth of opportunity for culture, the arts, shopping and dining.
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