Home to around 16,500 residents, the remarkable borough of Madison, New Jersey, is known as “The Rose City” and named after President James Madison. Madison boasts a long rich history and is home to numerous historical buildings and points of interest. Much of Madison’s downtown, in addition to the borough hall and train station, are in the Madison Civic Commercial Historic District and listed on the State Register of Historic Places. In addition to some very interesting historic sites, Madison is also home to an impressive number of restaurants, as well as having great shopping, entertainment and recreational opportunities.
Students in Madison are served by Madison Public Schools which oversees 5 schools and approximately 2,400 students. Schools in the district include: Central Avenue, Kings Road, Torey J. Sabatini, Madison Junior and Madison High schools. There are also a few private schools in the community, including St. Vincent Martyr School. Additionally there are great options for higher education in and in close proximity to Madison as well. A portion of Fairleigh Dickinson University’s campus and Drew University are in Madison, and nearby you’ll find Seton Hall College in South Orange, and the College of Saint Elizabeth in Florham Park.
In addition to great educational opportunities, Madison also boasts impressive real estate options. Homes for sale in Madison vary in style, size, age, location and special features. There are sometimes exceptions, but the highest list price for a condo or townhome is usually around $1.3 million, while the average list price is closer to $749,000. The highest list price for a single family home is around $3 million, while the average list price is closer to $1 million.
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