Piscataway Homes & Real Estate

Piscataway, NJ

Welcome to your local Piscataway homes for sale & Middlesex County real estate resource. Piscataway is a large community that mostly consists of single-family homes and townhouses, with a median home price of $341,901. For additional information on properties for sale in Piscataway, NJ, things to do, dog parksgolf courses in the area, or to schedule a private tour, contact your local real estate experts today! Read more about Piscataway real estate.

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Piscataway Real Estate Market

Piscataway is a large town located in Middlesex County, New Jersey. It has a population of 58,405 people and contains 11 distinct neighborhoods, including Riverview Manor, Possumtown, Deborah Dr, and New Market. Piscataway is the 18th largest community in New Jersey, and housing prices of the whole community are well above the national average at $341,901.

Piscataway borders New Brunswick to the south, along with Plainfield to the northeast. The community is a 27-minute drive from Staten Island.

Piscataway Home Prices

The vast majority of real estate in Piscataway consists of single-family homes. Another 16% of the homes are townhomes in affordable neighborhoods, and there are virtually no apartment buildings or apartment complexes in the area. The majority of neighborhood home prices range from $307,000-$409,000 — the median home price in the town center is $384,749.

Most of the housing in Piscataway, New Jersey was built between 1970 and 1999 — in fact, nearly 60% of the homes were constructed in this era. Roughly 28% of the homes were built between 1940-1969, and a very small amount of homes are considered new or historic. The majority of homes in the area have 3-4 bedrooms (72%), while 17% of the homes have 5+ bedrooms.

Homes within the median price range in Piscataway typically have 3-4 bedrooms and 2-3 baths. You can find some very beautiful homes in the area at this price that are move-in ready. However, if you want to look for a Piscataway luxury home or condo, there are plenty of housing opportunities to choose from in the area's most expensive neighborhoods or Piscataway's best communities.

Piscataway Attractions

If you’re looking for a city to call home or vacation in, Piscataway just might be the right choice. With unforgettable popular attractions, fun things to do, activities for kids, and interesting Piscataway facts that set this location apart from others, why live anywhere else? Enjoy vitalizing outdoor activities like golf, hiking and biking, strolls in scenic parks, water attractions, and more.

But Piscataway has far more depth to it than just outdoor activities. Shopping centers, dog-friendly amenities, festivals, famous restaurants, and more await you in the heart of Piscataway.

If you’re interested in moving to Piscataway, the cost of living, public transit, and drive times may also be a factor in your decision and should not be overlooked. The cost of living is high, but higher wages and a strong sense of community will connect you to Piscataway before you know it. Though every city has its quirks, Piscataway’s iconic highlights make it stand out among the pack.

The best neighborhoods in Piscataway will have you feeling at home in no time. Whether buyers want high-end neighborhoods or more affordable housing options, the city has it all and more for residents. Large or small, master-planned or suburbs, prospective residents can find the home of their dreams in Piscataway.

Whether residents flock to city for its famous restaurants, interesting history, economy, or vast array of schooling options, they’re sure to find what they seek in Piscataway.

Piscataway Utility Information

  • Water & Sewer: 1-800-272-1325
  • Electricity: 1-800-436-7734
  • Gas: 1-800-492-4009
  • Internet, Phone & Cable Television: 1-800-934-6489
  • Waste Collection: 732-968-1131

Piscataway City & Public Services

  • Administrative Offices: 732-562-2301
  • Animal Control: 732-562-2353
  • City Hall: 732-562-2310
  • Codes Administration: 732-562-2325
  • Economic and Community Development: 732-562-6560
  • Emergency Management Office: 732-562-7621
  • Finance Department: 732-562-2316
  • fire Department: 732-562-2333
  • Mayor's Office: 732-562-2301
  • Police Department: 911 or Phone: 732-562-1100
  • Parks and Recreation: 732-562-2382
  • Library: 732-463-1633 (Kennedy) or 732-752-1166 (Westerguard)

Piscataway School Information

  • Middlesex Regional School District: 732-777-9848

Middlesex Regional School District serves the area, and includes 7 total schools, including The Center For Lifelong Learning, Middlesex County Academy, and Bright Beginnings Learning Center. There are 469 students enrolled in the district.

Piscataway Real Estate Agents

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