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Find up-to-date New Brunswick, NJ homes for sale and real estate below! New Brunswick is a community in Middlesex County that offers buyers an up-and-coming commuter town for residents commuting to New York City. Searching for further information on properties for sale in New Brunswick, including prior sales history, prices, and property disclosures? Set up a private home tour of any property listed below by contacting your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about New Brunswick real estate.

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New Brunswick Real Estate Market

Many New Brunswick neighborhoods offer residents views of the Raritan River and the River Conservation area, featuring natural views of native wildlife. The real estate market has single-family homes in addition to townhomes and condominiums available for sale, with home prices ranging from the high $100s to the mid $400s. Many homes in New Brunswick have three bedrooms and two bathrooms, with an average of 1,000 to 1,800 square feet of living space.

Some of the best neighborhoods in New Brunswick include Princeton Meadows, Mountain Junction, Sewaren, Society Hill, and Kendall Park.

New Brunswick Community Amenities

New Brunswick has various arts and cultural amenities for residents, including the Zimmerli Art Museum, found at Rutgers University, and the Rutgers University Geology Museum. Other museums in the area include Cornelius Low House, South River Museum, and the Museum at Buccleuch Mansion.

Residents looking for a unique dining experience will have fun trying different food options from various food trucks at the “Grease Trucks” located along the College Avenue campus of Rutgers University.

Some of the best parks in the New Brunswick area include Boyd Park, Buccleuch Park, Pine Park, and Monument Square Park. In addition, neighborhood parks have picnic areas, dog parks, green spaces, and hiking trails for residents to enjoy. Golfing is a popular activity in New Brunswick, and some of the best golf courses in the area include Quail Brook Golf Course and Tamarack Golf Course.

New Brunswick's economy centers around the healthcare industry and is home to the world headquarters of Johnson & Johnson, one of the area's biggest employers. Other healthcare-related employers include Saint Peter's University Hospital, the Cancer Institute of New Jersey, The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital, and Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

Route 18 is the primary highway running through New Brunswick, taking residents to the nearby city of Piscataway and the city of Asbury Park on the New York-New Jersey Bright. Other major highways running through New Brunswick include Route 1, Route 27, and less than one mile of the New Jersey Turnpike.

Public rail transportation in New Brunswick is available through the NJ Transit and Amtrak Trains on the Northeast Corridor Line. Residents can also access public bus service, which is available through NJ Transit, which offers a local bus route.

New Brunswick Local Highlights

  • The Bishop House is a historic mansion built for James Bishop and currently sits on the College Avenue campus of Rutgers University and showcases beautiful architecture dating back to 1852.
  • Elmer B. Boyd Park runs along the Raritan River, offering 20 acres of public park space, including playgrounds, hiking trails, and a historic swing bridge.
  • The Museum at Buccleuch Mansion showcases life in the 18th century, featuring historical artifacts, beautiful architecture, and colorful gardens.
  • Civic Square is the government district downtown, home to the post office, library, city hall, and theater district.

New Brunswick School Information

The New Brunswick Public Schools manage and operate the public schools serving residents, including Woodrow Wilson Elementary School, New Brunswick Middle School, and New Brunswick High School. In addition, residents can send their children to local private schools, including The Goddard School of North Brunswick and Saplings Academy.

Higher educational opportunities provide residents of New Brunswick with options available to enroll in continuing academic courses, certificate programs, and degree programs. Continuing educational opportunities are available at Rutgers University, Middlesex County College, and Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

Those looking into moving to New Brunswick have many housing options available in a community full of recreational, historical, and cultural amenities. The community is also close to nearby cities, offering many more amenities, including shopping, dining, and entertainment venues.

New Brunswick NJ Real Estate Agents

Looking to purchase a home in New Brunswick? Let our New Brunswick real estate experts guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your new New Brunswick property. As local real estate agents, we're well-versed in the New Brunswick real estate market's unique dynamics.

Contact The Dekanski Home Selling Team of RE/MAX 1st Advantage to learn more about buyer and seller representation. Thinking of selling your home in today's New Brunswick, NJ real estate market? Head to our market analysis page to receive a free property value estimate instantly!

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