Home to around 29,000 residents, the township known as Livingston, New Jersey is in Essex County. Incorporated in 1813 from portions of what are now Fairfield and Springfield Townships, Livingston was named for the first Governor of New Jersey, William Livingston. Composed of approximately 14 square miles, Livingston is home to several smaller communities such as West Livingston, Cedar Ridge, Washington Place, Cheapside, Northfield and Morehousetown.
Nestled in what is known as the Gateway Region, Livingston is part of the New York metro area and sits in close proximity to Millburn, West Orange, the Passaic River and the Grover Cleveland State Historic Site in West Caldwell. Located in southwestern Essex County, Livingston is bordered on the north by Roseland, on the south by Florham Park and East Hanover, on the east by West Orange and on the west by Millburn/Short Hills. While being primarily a bedroom community, Livingston is home to 3 shopping areas that provide the community with not only shopping, but great dining options as well.
In addition to all of those noteworthy features, Livingston is also home to some remarkable real estate options sure to impress prospective homebuyers. Homes for sale in Livingston, New Jersey vary in price depending upon the size, age, location and special features of the property. The average listing price for a condo or townhome in Livingston is around $585,000, while the average listing price for a single family homes is around $912,000. While there may sometimes be exceptions, most single family homes in Livingston will not cost more than $6 million.
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