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Meet Sue Adler

Sue Adler has been the #1 Keller Williams agent in NJ for the past six years, and leads one of the top Keller Williams teams worldwide, with annual production that will top $95 million in 2013.

As an "Outlier" who grew up in the Real Estate business, Sue has proven that it's possible to start over in any market and succeed. She was formerly the...Read More »


Westfield was founded in 1720 and is located in Union County, New Jersey. A strong community with deep historical roots,  as well as one of the best town centers in all of our New Jersey train line towns, Westfield was awarded the Great American Main Street Award from the National Trust in 2004. Westfield residents feel a strong connection to the development of their community and encourage local business growth by shopping locally, and has even won the America in Bloom contest for creating such a beautiful community.  Crime is lower than average in Westfield and you can see more detailed demographic information of this  train line town by clicking here.
Westfield is made up of many neighborhoods and has two distinct sections: the North Side and the South Side. As you explore the Westfield community, you may notice names of the neighborhoods mentioned. We have listed them below.

  • Brightwood
  • Country Club Estates
  • The Gardens
  • Indian Forest
  • Kimball Avenue Historic District
  • Manor Park
  • Stonehenge
  • Stoneleigh Park
  • Wychwood

 




Westfield School Information

Westfield Public Schools, is a district made up of six elementary schools for children in kindergarten through grade 5 - Lincoln, Franklin Elementary SchoolJefferson Elementary SchoolMcKinley Elementary SchoolTamaques Elementary SchoolWashington Elementary School, and Wilson Elementary School. There are two middle schools, Theodore Roosevelt Intermediate School and Thomas Alva Edison Intermediate School and one high school. Westfield High School is noted as being innovative, as one of the only high schools to publish an uncensored student newspaper in New Jersey and in the United States.

For early education, the Lincoln School Early Childhood Learning Center, provides Westfield's preschool and kindergarten students early childhood education.

Almost 6,300 students benefit from the over 800dedicated staff members of the Westfield School District, becoming students of great academic merit.  In fact, in May of 2011, 54 high students at Westfield High School scored perfect scores of 800 on their SAT scores.  Their academic preparation and resulting test scored demonstrate the power of the Westfield School District.




Westfield Commuting Info

Visit New Jersey Transit for official  schedule and fare information, ticketing and rider guide for the buses and trains and the individual links below for information specific to Westfield.

  • Raritan Valley Line Schedule - Westfield to Newark/New York
  • #59 Bus Schedule - Dunellen, Plainfield, Scotch Plains, Westfield, Garwood, Cranford, Union County College, Roselle, Elizabeth, Hillside, Newark
  • #113 Bus Schedule - Dunellen, Plainfield, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Westfield, Garwood, Cranford, Roselle Park, Hillside

For parking permit info, Westfield offers a variety of options for commuters, emploees, and residents.  Please click here for updated information.  All residents who use the residential parking need to have a permit displayed on their vehicles and the cost is $10. Those vehicles without a parking permit will be ticketed.

Metered parking is also available throughout Westfield and free parking options are listed below:

  • FREE parking in permit spaces after 12:00 p.m. in Lot #3 (South Avenue Train lot) and Lot #6 based on availability.
  • FREE parking is available on Saturdays in Lots #6, #8, and Lot #3 at non-numbered, non-metered permit spots, and at orange bagged employee permit spaces on Orchard St., Ferris Place and Upper Elm St.
  • Employees are encouraged to use Lot #3 and Lot #8 on Saturdays and Sundays.
  • Downtown Westfield always offers FREE parking in all spaces on Sundays.



Westfield Market Stats

Data compiled from the GSMLS. Deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Sue feels that if you are in the market to buy or sell real estate in Westfield, 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

ADDRESS OLP LP SP BRS BTH STYLE LP:SP DOM
936  Grandview Ave $359,900 $359,900 $353,000 2 1.1 Colonial 98% 34
1517  Pine Grove Ave $375,000 $375,000 $395,000 4 1 CapeCod 105% 40
1902  Grandview Ave $549,000 $524,900 $510,000 3 2 Custom 93% 44
1006  Ripley Ave $545,000 $545,000 $545,000 3 3 Colonial 100% 100
1006  Boulevard $559,000 $559,000 $609,400 4 2 Colonial 109% 2
913  Irving Ave $569,900 $569,900 $560,000 3 1.1 Colonial 98% 12
784  Fairacres Ave $615,000 $615,000 $620,000 3 2.1 Colonial 101% 13
118  N Euclid Ave $719,900 $719,900 $675,000 4 1.1 Colonial 94% 27
756  Boulevard $839,500 $817,500 $780,000 4 2.1 Colonial 93% 124
922  Coolidge St $850,000 $850,000 $840,000 4 2.1 Colonial 99% 10
448  Birch Pl $899,900 $899,900 $850,000 5 3 Colonial 94% 77
805  Knollwood Ter $939,000 $939,000 $951,000 4 3.1 SplitLev 101% 14
835  Cedar Ter $939,900 $939,900 $910,000 5 4.1 Tudor 97% 21
Averages $673,923 $670,377 $661,415 99% 40

 

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Westfield Recreation Info

Entertainment and the Arts

Westfield is a town built around the community of music.  From Arbor Chamber Music to the Oratorio Singers, Westfield provides a solid foundation for anyone seeking arts and entertainment of a mu sical variety. The Choral Art Society of New Jersey, and New Jersey Field Music, a historical fife, bugle and drum corps, the Musical Club of Westfield, the New Jersey Workshop for the Arts, and the Westfield Community Band are other treasures that can be found in Westfield.

The Miller-Cory House is another find in Westfield!  A living museum that depicts life in the mid-18th century, the Miller-Cory House adds true perspective to life in Westfield.




Westfield Restaurant Info

From the 5K run to the Jazz Festival, you can always find a community event to enjoy in Westfield.  If you're looking to enjoy an evening on the town, however, there are a host of restaurants of all flavors and sizes to delight you whether you are looking for a special meal or something more casual.  Click here to see more on restaurant selection and events in Westfield.




Westfield Shopping Info

Westfield's downtown combines the allure of national stores, such as Lord & Taylor and Trader Joe's, historical landmarks, such as the Rialto Theater with more than 40 restaurants and many other local businesses.  A variety of  independent art galleries, boutiques and shops are well-established in Westfield, as well, with nearly one-third of the retailers and restaurants having been in business for over twenty-five years.  Businesses thrive in Westfield, resulting in more than 200 retail establishments and 400 commercial ventures, making it a town sought out by visitors to New Jersey.




Westfield Links

Westfield Today: Official web site of the Downtown Westfield Corporation providing information on shops and stores, restaurants, recreation, entertainment and upcoming events in the Town of Westfield.
Official web site of the Westfield Chamber of Commerce, a voluntary organization composed of business and professional people who work together to enhance and improve the community and living conditions within the Town.
The Newspaper of Westfield covering news, sports, local events and classifieds. Read and subscribe online.
Online newspaper with community and special interests pages covering Westfield and other surrounding communities.
Latest news and events occurring within the Town of Westfield. Find out about, local businesses, participate in online discussions and post announcements and classifieds.
Official web site of the Westfield Area Y with information on swim and fitness classes and upcoming events.
The Westfield Art Association was founded to increase the appreciation of the arts with member meetings where demonstrations are given and our annual art members show.
The Westfield United Way reaches out. Volunteers help do the stretching. The volunteers and non-profit agencies of the Westfield United Way work hard to make your generosity felt through our entire community.
Westfield Weather Forecast courtesy of Weather Underground.
The Westfield/Mountainside Chapter of the American Red Cross is a not for profit organization that has been serving the community for over 85 years to improve the quality of human life: to enhance self-reliance and concern for others; and to help people avoid, prepare for, and cope with disasters.
The New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife is a professional environmental agency dedicated to the protection, management and wise use of New Jersey's fish and wildlife resources.
The Friends of Mindowaskin Park is a non-profit organization founded in the early 1990's to revitalize the park. The mission of the Friends of Mindowaskin Park is to ensure the long-term enjoyment of the public park by the Town of Westfield. Please note that if you are interested in having a wedding, photo shoot or other special event at Mindowaskin Park, please contact the recreation department directly at recreation@westfieldnj.gov.
Official web site of the County of Union New Jersey. Site includes news, calendar of events, parks, telephone directory
Official web site of The State of New Jersey.
  • New Jersey Motor Vehicle online services and information about driver licenses, permits, driver history records, inspection, and other motor vehicle needs.