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Livingston is a comfortable, high-quality suburb with wonderful schools, a thriving culinary scene, convenient shopping, and hassle-free commuting options to NYC. The community pride of this area is unmistakable, ever-present in its social and family-friendly atmosphere as well as the community events and programs that are offered. The local amenities and ease of living have caused the area to receive constant attention from homebuyers seeking a smart investment in a valuable locale. Residents love calling Livingston their home and delight in watching their community consistently improve and evolve.

Livingston Real Estate Market Report


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The Livingston School District is renowned for its unwaveringly high level of student achievement, ranking among the top school districts in New Jersey.  There are six elementary schools serving the district (Burnet Hill, Collins, Harrison, Hillside, Mt. Pleasant and Riker Hill), two middle schools (Mount Pleasant and Heritage) as well as Livingston High School. Livingston High School is consistently named one of the state’s best high schools in New Jersey Monthly Magazine, and Livingston students regularly receive recognition for their outstanding academic, artistic, and athletic achievements.  The district has a strong reputation for academic rigor and offers extensive advanced placement courses, and quality is reflected in their top-notch facilities as well as the extensive support they provide for their students.

Livingston is located nearby the Millburn, South Orange, Summit, and Chatham train stations which provide multiple commuting routes to NYC, and the area is also served by multiple bus routes leading to Newark Penn Station which is only a quick Path Train ride away from NYC. There are also direct bus routes from Livingston to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City.  Livingston is conveniently located close to several main roads, including Route 280, Route 10, County Route 508, the Eisenhower Parkway, Interstate 78, the Garden State Parkway and the NJ Turnpike, and Newark Liberty Airport, a major continental and international gateway, is only a 25 minute drive away.

Data compiled from the GSMLS. Deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. We feel that if you are in the market to buy or sell real estate in Livingston, it is important to understand the trends in Active Listings, Days on the Market, and Listing to Sale Price ratio so that you can make an educated decision.

  • OLP: Original List Price
  • LP: List Price at time of sale
  • SP: Sale Price
  • DOM: Days On Market
ADDRESS OLP  LP   SP  BR BA STYLE SP/OLP DOM
220 E Northfield Ave $374,999 $374,999 $396,000 3 2.1 Colonial 106% 8
17 Yorktown Ter $444,900 $444,900 $445,000 3 1.1 Colonial 100% 8
52 Lincoln Ave $460,000 $460,000 $475,000 4 2 Colonial 103% 14
87 Irving Ave $525,000 $525,000 $528,000 4 2 Colonial 101% 17
27 E McClellan Ave $568,000 $568,000 $580,000 5 3.1 SplitLev 102% 14
5 Country Club Ct $575,000 $495,000 $450,000 3 2 Ranch 78% 216
11 Highland Dr $578,000 $578,000 $615,000 4 3 SplitLev 106% 9
44 Mount Pleasant Pkwy $625,000 $599,000 $599,000 4 3.1 Colonial 96% 118
8 Marberne Ter $649,000 $649,000 $680,000 3 3 SplitLev 105% 9
17 Consul Rd $695,000 $695,000 $710,000 4 2.1 SplitLev 102% 13
36 Wychwood Rd $699,000 $699,000 $690,000 4 2.2 SplitLev 99% 22
28 Concord Dr $700,000 $700,000 $725,000 4 3.1 Colonial 104% 10
142 Beaufort Ave $750,000 $699,000 $699,000 4 2.1 Colonial 93% 65
19 Maplewood Dr $789,000 $789,000 $785,000 4 2.1 Colonial 99% 11
14 Cliffside Dr $875,000 $875,000 $880,000 4 4 Ranch 101% 14
17 N Baums Ct $1,180,000 $1,150,000 $1,100,000 5 4.1 Colonial 93% 147
76 Force Hill Rd $2,300,000 $2,300,000 $2,340,000 5 4.1 Colonial 102% 315
AVERAGES $752,229 $741,229 $746,882 99% 59
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Livingston is a family-oriented community that offers a number of enjoyable recreational options. The Arts Council of Livingston supports theatrical and artistic endeavors throughout the community including The Livingston Camera Club, The Livingston Community Players, The Livingston Symphony Orchestra and The Livingston Arts Association. In addition to these wonderful creative efforts, the Livingston Public Library hosts frequent art exhibitions by noteworthy local artists.

The Township of Livingston touts a wide array of enchanting parks and facilities. Memorial Park is an unmissable landmark in the center of town, boasting scenic open fields and ponds, a nature preserve, amazing trails, and the tranquil 9/11 Memorial Garden. For our more athletic residents, Memorial Park also offers baseball fields, basketball courts, a bocce court, football fields, six tennis courts, and lacrosse fields, and Northland Park also provides four tennis courts, a basketball court, and a community center. Another recreational staple is East Hills Park, which has a fitness trail that winds through part of the 55 acres of wooded parkland as well as a dog park with two fenced areas where dogs are able to socialize and exercise off-leash. Prospect Park offers 29 acres of forest with hiking and biking trails for an easy escape into nature, and the 147-acre Becker Park borders Livingston and provides access to The Lenape Trail.  Livingston is also home to community pools as well as several well-maintained playgrounds, located in Memorial Park, Monmouth Court, Northland Park, and Grand Terrace. The nearby Turtle Back Zoo is also well-known for its exciting and educational family outings.

Livingston is home to the Cedar Hill Golf and Country Club, an 18-hole course on immaculately manicured grounds on with a recently renovated clubhouse. The area also features a plethora of gyms, health clubs, karate studios, and dance studios that have enjoyable recreational activities for all ages.

This wondrous locale is equipped with a truly unlimited supply of leisure activities, allowing residents to live full, healthy, and relaxing lifestyles.

The Livingston area is furnished with a huge selection of restaurants with varied cuisines and styles of dining. Area favorites include upscale deli-restaurants with great comfort food options and hearty, homestyle dishes. Local cafes offer great breakfast and lunch options featuring delicious coffee and relaxing atmospheres. Livingston also hosts classic New Jersey diners with amazing local meals offered at any time of day or night, and for those classy night out, there are several phenomenal local options for upscale steak and seafood. Livingston residents love exploring the infinite selection within their rich dining scene.

When it comes to great shopping, Livingston has it all, from sleek shopping centers with big name brands to strip malls and small family-owned speciality shops. The Livingston Mall boasts a huge selection of retail shops in an unbeatably convenient location, and retail destinations throughout the community contribute to the ease of living in this locale by providing everyday essentials with ease. The Livingston Town Center cultivates a classy shopping experience with its exclusive boutique shops, specialty stores, and upscale dining options. From Farmer’s Markets to designer clothing stores and everything in between, the shopping experience in Livingston contributes greatly to the area’s already astonishing appeal.