Welcome to your local Upper Freehold homes for sale & Monmouth County real estate resource. Upper Freehold Township dates back to 1731 when it was formed from portions of Freehold Township. It was formally incorporated as a township in 1798. Over the years, portions of the township have been taken to form Millstone Township, Jackson Township, and Allentown Township. For additional information on properties for sale in Upper Freehold, NJ or to schedule a private tour, contact your local real estate experts today! Read more about Upper Freehold real estate.
Upper Freehold has a population of 4,282 people and covers a total area of 47 square miles. The township borders Allentown, Millstone, and Roosevelt in Monmouth County. Farming and agricultural uses have been primary uses of land in the area. The town is home of the Assunpink Wildlife Preservation. The township is a beautiful place to live, especially for families looking for peace and tranquility. The town is full of history and enjoys an all-American ambiance. It is conveniently located close to New York City. When you enter the township, you get a strong sense of community and people are proud to call Upper Freehold their home. The town is big, clean, and people-friendly. It offers plenty of parking and there are plenty of things to do, from shopping and just enjoying the town and all it has to offer. There are many farms in the area, selling fresh produce so it's ideal for those who enjoy fresh foods and supporting local growers. Students in public schools from kindergarten to 12th grade attend the Upper Freehold Regional School District that serves student from Allentown Borough and Upper Freehold Township. And you'll be happy to know that the Upper Freehold Regional School District is ranked very well.
The median home price in Upper Freehold is $328,000, which is great for this safe and historic township that is so close to New York City. The town has many parks and recreational facilities, such as the Horse Park of New York City that provides many things to do. There are also the Monmouth County parks that include Clayton Park, a passive recreation area with woodlands and hiking trails. Then, there is the Historic Walnford that includes a restored Georgian style house, a working mill, a carriage house, and a cow barn. There are a variety of housing styles in Upper Freehold, some older style homes and brand new ones. Upper Freehold is a gem, because it's nice to be able to walk downtown to the library, bakery, and quaint shops. The town offers everything you need and more, with big shopping centers nearby. Working parents will appreciate the school programs offered for their children. It's a safe community that you'll definitely want to be a part of. Whatever your budget happens to be on your new home, you're likely to find a very suitable home in a safe location in Upper Freehold.
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