New Providence Homes for Sale
New Providence offers a combination of the old and the new, where contemporary living is interspersed with traditional and period structures and history from its past. Nestled in the Watchung Mountains, offering a serene and peaceful setting, it’s a real medley of architecture and design.
So it’s no surprise that out of all New Jersey and New York City towns, New Providence was chosen by Flower Mound, TX in their search to do something special for a beautiful community impacted by the September 11 attacks. On learning about the new addition of the town’s Centennial Park, Flower Mound citizens knew this was a special place and created an 8-foot granite memorial that stands at the front of the Park.
New Providence also has an excellent school system. NJ Monthly magazine rated New Providence the #1 High School in the state!
There’s also a big corporate presence in New Providence including Fortune 500 companies with worldwide and outstanding reputations in their field. The town is home to the corporate and executive offices of C.R. Bard, Reed International, BOC Group, Aromat Corporation, Linde LLC and Lucent Technologies. It’s a true testament to this vibrant community.
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New Providence School Information
Dedicated to academic excellence, The New Providence School District has two elementary schools – Allen W. Roberts and Salt Brook. One middle school, and one high school, New Providence High School, named a 2011 National Blue Ribbon school by the U.S. Department of Education, also serve the district. Additionally, Salt Brook Elementary was recognized as a 2011 School of Character, selected on its strength of outstanding work in encouraging ethical, academic and social growth and now a role model for others schools to follow. New Providence was also named the Top school in New Jersey by NJ monthly, who does a yearly review of the schools in the state.
The Summer Enrichment Academy offers students further development in curriculum including art, chess, LEGO engineering, musical theater workshop and mad science for students grades 1-9.
New Providence has two train stations – the New Providence Station and the Murray Hill Station making commuting for all residents no matter what part of town they live in, convenient and stress-free. Service on NJ Transit’s Gladstone Branch makes for an easy commute to midtown Manhattan or Hoboken. And, more good news – the township sells unlimited parking permits to residents with No waiting list. Resident permit fees for both stations are $300/year (April 1-March 31). Non-resident permits are available for the Murray Hill Station. Click here to download application forms:
Within close proximity to New Providence are I-78, the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike traveling anywhere by car is another viable option.
Data compiled from the GSMLS. Deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. We feel that if you are in the market to buy or sell real estate in New Providence, it is important to understand the trends in Active Listings, Days on the Market, and Listing to Sale Price ratio so that you can make an educated decision.
|321 Crescent Dr||$ 394,500||$ 384,500||$ 370,000||4||2.1||Custom||94%||113|
|22 Passaic St||$ 415,000||$ 415,000||$ 415,000||3||2.1||SplitLev||100%||44|
|41 Union Ave||$ 465,000||$ 459,000||$ 452,500||2||3.1||Colonial||97%||14|
|47 Pittsford Way||$ 529,000||$ 499,000||$ 465,000||4||2.1||SplitLev||88%||15|
|103 Pearl St||$ 485,000||$ 485,000||$ 465,000||4||3||CapeCod||96%||76|
|91 VALENTINE RD||$ 539,900||$ 499,900||$ 497,500||4||3||Custom||92%||34|
|15 Woodbine Cir||$ 549,000||$ 549,000||$ 549,000||4||1||CapeCod||100%||21|
|90 Woodbine Circle||$ 599,000||$ 565,000||$ 550,000||3||3||TwnEndUn||92%||127|
|12 Charnwood Rd||$ 595,000||$ 575,000||$ 565,000||5||3.1||Colonial||95%||10|
|112 Devon Pl||$ 624,900||$ 624,900||$ 609,000||3||2||CapeCod||97%||74|
|239 Riverbend Court||$ 689,000||$ 639,000||$ 615,000||4||2.1||SplitLev||89%||20|
|50 Livingston Ave||$ 625,000||$ 625,000||$ 618,000||4||3||SplitLev||99%||11|
|75 Murray Hill Sq||$ 625,000||$ 625,000||$ 625,000||4||2.1||Colonial||100%||152|
|22 Kline Pl||$ 599,000||$ 599,000||$ 642,000||4||2||CapeCod||107%||62|
|35 Walnut Street||$ 599,000||$ 599,000||$ 650,000||4||3.1||Colonial||109%||50|
|47 Bromley Ct||$ 649,000||$ 649,000||$ 661,000||4||3||SplitLev||102%||10|
|20 Union Ave||$ 775,900||$ 699,000||$ 695,000||4||2.1||SplitLev||90%||146|
|16 Johnson Dr||$ 789,000||$ 769,000||$ 737,000||5||3.1||Colonial||93%||31|
|26 Colchester Rd||$ 775,000||$ 775,000||$ 750,000||4||2||Bi-Level||97%||9|
|268 Coddington Dr||$ 749,000||$ 749,000||$ 810,000||4||2.1||Colonial||108%||0|
|30 Badgley Dr||$ 795,000||$ 795,000||$ 865,000||4||2.1||SplitLev||109%||10|
|396 Sulfrian Rd||$ 899,000||$ 899,000||$ 870,000||4||3||CapeCod||97%||59|
|229 KENDRICK RD||$ 995,000||$ 899,000||$ 900,000||4||2.1||Bi-Level||90%||29|
|44 Woodbine Cir||$ 919,000||$ 919,000||$ 930,000||3||1.1||SplitLev||101%||17|
|17 Seven Oaks Dr||$ 975,000||$ 975,000||$ 965,000||5||3.1||Colonial||99%||7|
|17 COLCHESTER ROAD||$ 1,075,000||$ 1,075,000||$ 1,075,000||5||3.1||Colonial||100%||7|
|AVERAGES:||$ 681,892||$ 667,165||$ 667,154||98%||44|
The Recreation Department sponsors a full roster of activities throughout the year from a variety of summer camp programs including Playground Camp, Camp Lincoln, Tennis and Sports Camp and a Teen Venture Camp to a long list of fall and spring baseball, softball and tennis and youth programs. The Department is responsible for the town’s 3 playgrounds, an ice skating rink, eight ball fields and eight public tennis courts.
Often referred to as the “Country Club” of community pools, the summer is not complete without a visit to the New Providence Community Pool. It has two Olympic sized pools, a diving tank and a kiddie pool with a mushroom fountain. Looking to take a swim break, there are lots of recreational activities there as well – basketball, shuffleboard, board games and eight all weather tennis courts. For more details and rates, visit the website.
The Murray Hill Health & Racquet Club combines health, wellness, fitness and tennis all under one roof. This boutique health club offers the widest variety of state-of-the-art equipment, exercise classes and tennis programs for adult and junior players.Breathe in clean country air in the Watchung Reservation, the largest park in Union County where you can hike or even horseback ride on its many trails. There are also playground equipment and picnic areas and the Trailside Nature and Science Center – the perfect family destination. Bird lovers must visit Raptor Trust, a private, professionally staffed bird sanctuary and rehabilitation center only seven miles away. Outdoor aviaries are open to the public 365 days a year.
It’s a community filled with beautiful parks and playgrounds, but a definite favorite is Oakwood Park with baseball and soccer fields, a horseshoe pit and bocce court, a nature trail, ice skating ponds in the water and canoe launch in the warmer weather. It’s a great choice for family exercise and fun.
Tired of cooking? Need a change of scenery? What shall we have for dinner? Never a problem for New Providence residents with such a wide assortment of great choices at their fingertips. Be it a casual diner experience at the landmark Prestige Diner, where you can have breakfast for dinner or dinner for breakfast. It hits all the marks! Craving Italian cuisine, don’t miss Aquila Ristorante. This neighborhood BYOB keeps you coming back for more. You’re assured a great meal at Coppola’s and an evening of fine classic food. Show your true stars and stripes at the Old Glory Restaurant, a family oriented choice servicing American and European cuisine. Don’t miss the homemade soups and rice pudding.
The warm and welcoming community spirit is clearly conveyed through shop owners. Walk into any store and you’re made to feel right at home. The New Providence Business and Professional Association, a group of merchants and professionals who have come together to make New Providence a premiere shopping destination, is responsible for the creation of this vibrant downtown business district through a recent $1.5 million streetscape project and the addition of fine new specialty shops. They also sponsor and organize the Farmer’s Market, held every Wednesday from 1 to 6 pm in the front parking lot of the New Providence Municipal Center on the corner of Academy Street and Elkwood Avenue. Jersey fresh fruits, vegetables, fresh bakes pies and Polish specialties are amongst visitor’s favorites.
Dress up or dress down, Adams Fine Clothing for Men and Women, specializes in custom made suits and brand name merchandise. The kids can go out in style too after a visit to Kidding Around Childrenswear outfitting infants to preteens. Add a bit of sparkle to your ensemble at Braunschweiger Jewelers featuring the highest quality designer jewelry and estate pieces. A family business since 1930, they have earned the trust of customers throughout New Jersey and the New York Metropolitan area. But before you head out, book an appointment at Skin Deep Day Spa for the ultimate salon and skin treatments.