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Old Bridge, NJ

View the hottest Old Bridge, NJ homes for sale and real estate below! Old Bridge is located roughly 35 miles southwest of New York City, and residents enjoy plenty of local amenities as well as proximity to the big city. Searching for further information on properties for sale in Old Bridge, 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 Old Bridge real estate.

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Old Bridge Real Estate Market

Old Bridge Township, located in Middlesex County, has a population of about 66,000 residents. Home prices in its neighborhoods range from about $350,000 to $1 million or more. The city has a suburban fee, and some of its neighborhoods give a "sparse," quieter, suburban feel. Old Bridge has an extensive history dating back to the 18th Century and has a historic district, but the majority of homes were built between the 1950s and 2000s.

Most residents in Old Bridge own their own homes. Properties include single-family homes as well as condos and townhomes in a variety of architectural styles. New construction is ongoing. Homebuyers have the option to purchase land if they wish to invest in a custom-built home. Vacant land prices start from around $60,000 and can go as high as $4 million in some cases.

Old Bridge Community Amenities

Old Bridge offers residents the general amenities they seek near its best neighborhoods, including retail chains, grocery stores, and restaurants. A shopping center, The Shoppes at Old Bridge, houses eateries and a number of other amenities people seek in their towns for their daily needs. Other highly-sought amenities can be found in nearby Middlesex County communities, such as New Brunswick, East Brunswick, South Amboy, and Menlo Park.

Residents seeking outdoor recreational activities appreciate access to many of the area's best parks. With a vast amount of land in Old Bridge designated for park use, residents enjoy over one dozen parks, along with athletic sports complexes, playgrounds, and walking and jogging trails. The Municipal Complex houses a civic center, ice arena, and eight lighted tennis courts. Other popular beach areas include Raritan Bayfront Park and Seidler's Beach.

Commuters living in Old Bridge and working in New York City or Newark love the easy access to public transit. The main roadways near Old Bridge are US-9, Garden State Parkway, and Route 18. I-95 is about 20 minutes away. For those who prefer to use public transportation, numerous bus options are available and the Aberdeen-Matawan Train Station is just 6.5 miles away.

Old Bridge Local Highlights

  • Residents have short trips to access the first-class New Jersey Shore public beaches for exercise, enjoyment, relaxation, or to simply soak up the sun.
  • The 386-acre Cheesequake State Park offers outdoor enthusiasts a true taste of nature where residents can enjoy saltwater and freshwater marshes, a white cedar swamp, hardwood forest, and more.
  • Old Bridge is home to the 500-acre Old Bridge Township Raceway Park, New Jersey's premier and famous motorsports park.
  • Residents enjoy other popular landmarks found in neighboring communities, including Six Flags Great Adventure, Wild Safari, Meadowlands Sports Complex, and numerous other parks and stadiums.
  • Liberty International Airport is conveniently located just 28 miles away.

Old Bridge School Information

Students living in Old Bridge attend the Old Bridge Public School System and will attend one of 11 elementary schools and two middle schools. The district has one high school that students will funnel into starting at 9th grade. Students have access to a variety of technology, music, arts, and language programs, along with an exchange student program. Schools in Old Bridge also offer a number of intervention educational programs, special education services, and preschool.

Old Bridge offers residents in the Garden State a taste of a quiet lifestyle that blends nicely with a suburban feel, while still being in proximity to NYC and the city of Newark. Ultimately, many people move to Old Bridge because its residents enjoy the best of both worlds.

Old Bridge NJ Real Estate Agents

Considering the purchase of a home in Old Bridge? Allow our Old Bridge, New Jersey real estate experts to help you navigate the purchase of or expertly negotiate the sale of your Old Bridge residence. As local real estate agents, we're well-versed in the Old Bridge 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. Want to sell your Old Bridge home? Visit our market analysis page to receive a free home value estimate within minutes.

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