About 16 miles outside of New York City there is a remarkable borough known as Caldwell, New Jersey. Located in northwestern Essex County, Caldwell is home to around 7,800 residents. Incorporated in 1892 from portions of Caldwell Township, the borough of Caldwell changed its name to the “Township of the Borough of Caldwell” in 1981, however, in 1995 it became a borough again. Caldwell is the birthplace of the 22nd and 24th President of the United States, Grover Cleveland.
Considered a suburb of New York City and Newark, Caldwell was ranked #3 on New Jersey Monthly magazine’s 2010 list of the “Best Places to Live” in New Jersey. Composed of approximately 1.2 square miles, Caldwell is part of the area referred to as “The Caldwells,” a group of 3 Essex County municipalities with similar names: Caldwell, North Caldwell and West Caldwell. Caldwell and West Caldwell share a school district overseeing 6 schools. Schools serving Caldwell students include Lincoln Elementary School and Grover Cleveland Middle School. There are also a few private schools in Caldwell including the Trinity Academy and Mount Saint Dominic Academy.
In addition to great schools, Caldwell is also home to great real estate options. Homes for sale in Caldwell, New Jersey come in a variety of architectural styles in a broad price range. There are condos, townhomes and single family homes for sale in Caldwell. Homes vary in price depending upon the size, age, location and special features of the property. There are exceptions but generally the highest price for a condo or townhome is around $499,000 and the highest list price for a single family home is around $699,000. The average listing price for a condo or townhome is closer to $270,000 and the average listing price for a single family home is around $443,000.
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