Sayreville Homes & Real Estate

Sayreville, NJ

Search the newest Sayreville homes for sale & real estate in Middlesex County below! Sayreville is a medium-sized coastal community that is famous for its plethora of Native American artifacts and inventory of museum-quality amber fossils in the area. The community has 10 distinct neighborhoods and is served by the Sayreville Public School District. For more information about Sayreville, NJ properties for sale or to organize a home showing, contact your local real estate experts today. Read more about Sayreville real estate.

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Sayreville Real Estate Market

Sayreville is a medium-sized coastal community located in Middlesex County, New Jersey. It has a population of 44,412 people and contains 10 distinct neighborhoods, including Sayre Woods, Parlin, Morgan Heights, and Gillespie. Sayreville is the 34th largest community in New Jersey, and the average housing price within community is $320,726.

Sayreville borders Raritan Bay to the east, along with Old Bridge Township to the south. The community is a 30-minute drive from Staten Island. Its proximity to these great areas and all it offers within city boundaries helps make it a dog-friendly community.

Sayreville Home Prices

Home prices in Sayreville typically range from either $205,000 to $511,000. 75% of the homes in Sayreville are single-family, with another 17% being townhomes and 5% as small apartment buildings. Nearly 75% of the homes in Sayreville have 3-4 bedrooms, with 24% containing 0-2 bedrooms.

Most of the housing in Sayreville, New Jersey was built between 1969 and 1999 — in fact, nearly 90% of the homes were constructed in this era. Roughly 9% of the homes were built between before 1939, and around 1% of the homes are considered new.

Homes within the median price range in Sayreville typically have 3-4 bedrooms and 2-3 baths. Most homes in this price range are well-maintained, with relatively new updates.

Sayreville Utility Information

  • Water & Sewer: 732-390-7060
  • Electricity: 1-800-436-7734
  • Gas: 1-800-242-5830
  • Internet, Phone & Cable Television: 1-800-934-6489
  • Waste Collection: 732-390-7042

Sayreville City & Public Services

  • Administrative Offices: 732-390-7071
  • Animal Control: 732-727-4444
  • City Hall: 732-390-7021
  • Codes Administration: 732-390-7004
  • Economic and Community Development: 732-745-4379 (county)
  • Emergency Management Office: 732-721-4476
  • Finance Department: 732-390-7035
  • Fire Department: 732-727-5073
  • Mayor's Office: 732-390-7007
  • Police Department: 911 or Phone: 732-525-5404
  • Parks and Recreation: 732-390-2918
  • Library: 732-727-0212

Sayreville School Information

  • Sayreville Public School District: 732-525-5240

Sayreville Public School District serves the area, and includes 7 total schools, including Sayreville Middle School, Sayreville War Memorial High School, and Woodrow Wilson Elementary School.

Sayreville Real Estate Agents

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