Real Estate in Closter, Bergen County, NJ
Next to route 9w and a few minutes from George Washington Bridge. This Bergen County charming community has a blend of quiet neighborhoods, mini shopping malls, and some great restaurants. Although Closter has the most homes in Bergen County built before 1740 and many street names recall the early Dutch and French settlement, it offers new upscale housing developments creating a pleasing blend of the historic and the up-to-the-minute. Commuters to New York City find a scenic and friendly locale in which to raise families in Closter.
Zip code: 07624
Median Family income: $117,147(2010)
Average Property Tax: $13,872(2012)
Real Estate in Closter
Why buy Real Estate in Closter?
- Closter has a top-rated public school system ( For High School Closter is part of the Northern Valley Regional High) Read More about Closter schools
- Closter has a reasonable commute to Manhattan approx. 35 minutes
- Closter is a neighborhood with a high quality of life and homes tend to be less expensive than in the nearby Tenafly
- Closter is Nicknamed “The Hub of the Northern Valley” and has a beautiful downtown, shopping, and restaurants
The average price of homes sold between January 2005 and December 2012 was $805,178 with the median price being $710,000. Closter’s picturesque landscape offers residents a small-town atmosphere with big-city amenities Like many other neighboring towns Closter appeals to those looking to raise a family away from a big city. Closter homes for sale include sing-family homes in affluent neighborhoods, condominiums, and contemporary modern homes.
Closter Real Estate Statistics
|Avg. $sold price||461,168||523,495||576,138||670,579||726,643||876,292||950,741||928,958||802,415|
|Avg. sold price||744,537||666,500||689,514||638,391||628,598||712,486||744,874||753,656||725,528|
|Avg. $sold price||762,484||777,977||793,665|
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256 Parsells Lane – East Hill 0.5 acre -Sold for $2,000,000
Closter Average Sold Prices
Occupation & Education:
The occupation make up of the Closter population is 81% “White Collar” and 19% “Blue Collar”. Over 3500 residents hold graduate or higher academic degrees and approximately 3200 hold academic bachelor degrees
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