Monroe Homes & Real Estate

Spruce Hollow Neighborhood in Monroe, NJ

Search the newest Monroe homes for sale & real estate in Middlesex County below! The town of Monroe is made of 7 distinct neighborhoods. It has a population of over 41,000 people and its school district has nearly 6,000 students enrolled. The median home price in Monroe is $390,440. For more information about Monroe, NJ properties for sale or to organize a home showing, contact your local real estate experts today. Read more about Monroe real estate.

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Monroe Real Estate Market

Monroe is a medium-sized town located in Middlesex County, New Jersey. It has a population of 41,647 people and seven distinct neighborhoods, which includes areas such as Outcalt, Clearbrook, Concordia, and Rossmoor. Housing prices in Monroe are quite expensive on a national level, but they are moderate compared to the average housing prices in the state of New Jersey.

The largest neighborhood by size is Monroe's borough center. As a whole, Monroe borders Helmetta to the north and the New Jersey Turnpike to the west. It's also in proximity to English Town and the Freehold Raceway Mall.

Monroe Home Prices

Roughly 30% of homes in Monroe are priced between $511,000-$767,000. Another 25% are priced between $409,000-$511,000. The median home value in the neighborhood is $390,440, which is about average for home prices in Middlesex County. Luxury homes in Monroe and condos or townhomes in Monroe's best neighborhoods will vary from the average.

Most of the housing in Monroe, New Jersey is relatively new housing — over 60% of housing was built between 2000 and present day. Over 20% of the homes were built between 1970-1999, and there's only 4% of homes that were built before 1939

Homes within the median price range in Monroe have 3-4 bedrooms and 2-3 bathrooms. You can expect the majority of these homes to be modernly updated with attractive curb appeal, with the majority of your selection consisting of newer housing.

Monroe Utility Information

  • Water & Sewer: 732-521-1700
  • Electricity: 1-800-662-3115
  • Gas: 732-938-1000
  • Internet, Phone & Cable Television: 1-800-934-6489
  • Waste Collection: 732-629-4444

Monroe City & Public Services

  • Administrative Offices: 732-521-4400
  • Animal Control: 732-521-0222
  • City Hall: 732-521-4400
  • Codes Administration: 732-656-4585
  • Economic and Community Development: 856-728-9800
  • Emergency Management Office: 732-521-0222
  • Finance Department: 732-521-4405
  • Fire Department: 732-521-0222
  • Mayor's Office: 732-521-4400
  • Parks and Recreation: 732-656-4575
  • Police Department: 911 or Phone: 732-521-0222
  • Library: 732-521-5000

Monroe School Information

  • Monroe Township School District: 732-521-2111

Monroe Township Board of Education School District serves the area, and includes four elementary schools, one middle school, one high school, and one PK-2. There are 5,831 students enrolled in the district.

Monroe Attractions

Monroe is a great location, with plenty of awe-inspiring attractions, things to do, kid-friendly activities, and fun facts to keep you learning about the city long after you arrive. Enjoy thrilling outdoor activities like water attractions, walking and hiking trails, challenging golf courses, scenic parks, and more.

Outdoor activities aren’t the only thing Monroe has to offer, either. With shopping opportunities, great hotels, dog-friendly amenities, festivals, and more, you’ll never be without something to do in the heart of Monroe. These amenities make the township a perfect place for a vacation or staycation.

Great neighborhoods abound in Monroe, from high-end luxury neighborhoods to affordable neighborhoods and everything in between. Large or small, Monroe neighborhoods are saturated with amenities sure to make your home life a dream.

If you’re interested in moving to Monroe, the cost of living, public transit options, and driving options in the city should not be overlooked. The cost of living is high, but higher wages and a strong sense of community will connect you to Monroe before you know it.

Whether you come to Monroe for its iconic restaurants, the overall strong economy, or schooling options, you’re sure to find a home here in no time!

Monroe Real Estate Agents

Want to buy or sell a home in Monroe? Let our New Jersey real estate specialists help you through the purchase of your next Monroe property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current residence. As local real estate agents, we're experts on the dynamics unique to Monroe real estate.

Connect with The Dekanski Home Selling Team to learn more about Monroe buyer or seller representation, or head to our comparative market analysis page to learn more about the possible resale value of your home in Monroe!

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