Search the newest Somerville, NJ homes for sale & real estate below! Somerville is a medium-sized borough with a population of 12,100 people. It borders Hillsborough Township, Raritan Township, and Bridgewater Township and covers a 2.4 square mile radius. For more information about Somerville properties for sale, including previous pricing history, property disclosures, and more, or to arrange a home showing, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about Somerville real estate.
This page is updated with Somerville home listings several times per day directly from the Somerville, New Jersey MLS.
Each Somerville MLS listing includes: the property price, days on the market, square footage, year built, lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, assigned schools, construction type, and other important details as entered by the listing agent in the MLS.
Review local Somerville, NJ property tax information and the current listing status (active, under contract, or pending). As available, numerous property features such as greenbelt locations, views, swimming pools, and Somerville community amenities, including parks and golf courses, will be listed.
It’s not too often that homes go on the market in Somerville, but when they do, they are snatched up very quickly. Much of the borough’s traditional flavor comes from its beautiful homes from different styles of architecture. Home prices range from the $140,000s to $250,000s, with a two- to three-bedroom ranch going for about $150,000.
There are many large Victorian homes in town that were bought by professionals and restored and converted into office space. Real estate agents, architects, engineers, and many lawyers have bought houses in Somerville and turned them into offices. There are also beautiful four-bedroom Victorians throughout the town, adding to its charm.
Originally the center of local commerce, the borough has evolved into a destination for boutique retail and fine dining. Modern highways pass through Somerville, making it a hub in Central Jersey. Most of the residents work in the neighboring towns in Morris County and Union County. This borough has a lot of history but is still up with the latest in technology and continuously growing. Visitors enjoy shopping and dining in Somerville, and there are also beautiful neighborhood parks. People in Somerville combine the charm of old-fashioned living with modern-day living, which makes it the perfect place to call home.
Although there is no country club in Somerville, there are 104 acres of parkland that includes six playgrounds, three pools, and a continuous linear park that runs through the town alongside Pete’s Brook. And there are fine dining and different cuisine options in the downtown area. Somerville attracts a lot of people during Memorial Day, as the sidewalks of Main Street and High Street are jam-packed with over 40,000 who watch 200 of the nation’s amateur bicycle racers in the Kugler-Anderson Memorial Tour of Somerville.
As far as schooling, the Somerville public schools serve students in pre-K through 12th grade. There are roughly 2,247 students in 108 classrooms. There is also the private school of Immaculata High School.
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