See today's Cranbury Historic District homes for sale & Cranbury real estate listings below. Cranbury is one of the oldest towns in New Jersey with about 4,000 residents. Located close to East Brunswick, Monroe, and Princeton Meadows, the community of Cranbury features a historic district named to the National Historic District registry in 1980. The Cranbury Historic District is a neighborhood with tree-lined streets, historic homes, and Main Street businesses. Locals love this charming historic village that is surrounded by picturesque farms and beautiful residential neighborhoods, it evokes a sense of joy and pride amongst residents and visitors. For information about Cranbury Historic District properties for sale in Cranbury or to schedule an exclusive home tour, contact your Cranbury Historic District real estate experts today.
The Cranbury Historic District real estate market offers a number of historic homes for sale with a third of them being built prior to 1940’s, along with newer constructions as well. Most of the houses on the market in the Cranbury Historic District can be portrayed as vernacular Greek Revival or Victorian. The architectural styles here are from the Federal period to the 20th Century bungalow.
The town’s history goes back to the revolutionary war and new traditions continue to be made every day, which makes Cranbury Historic District a very vibrant community. The Cranbury downtown area is also a popular gathering place with a lot of businesses. Cranbury Historic District is served by the Cranbury School District, from Pre-K to 8th grades, and 9th-12th attend Princeton High School.