This New Jersey township in Union County was voted as one of the “Best Places to Live” in the US by Money Magazine in 2013. And, NJ Monthly recently named Berkeley Heights number 77 among its top 100 New Jersey towns. And we can see why!
With a population of 13,183 (2010 census), this small community is nestled in the Watchung Mountains and filled with tree-lined streets, parks, and lovely homes. With a flourishing dining scene, and excellent school system, and a 50-minute commute to New York City, Berkeley Heights offers an ideal location for raising a family.
The Housing Market in Berkeley Heights
Below, you can examine current trends in housing prices in Berkeley Heights, NJ, see the Walk Score® for any address in Berkeley Heights, and check out the ratings of local schools. Look at the resources, too.
MEDIAN PRICE BY QUARTILE
Fun Fact: Acting legend James Cagney, was an original resident of the “Free Acres” community in Berkeley Heights.