South Brunswick Real Estate
South Brunswick possesses the most extensive frontage on the Route 1 corridor and covers an area of 42 square miles. The township contains the village areas of Kingston, Kendal Park, Monmouth Junction, Dayton and Deans. Its excellent location and easy access have resulted in considerable residential and industrial growth which appears to be continuing. In fact the population of South Brunswick has tripled in the last 40 years.
New residential developments have sprung up all over town to accommodate the influx of people. The booming population also means that the school system has doubled in size since 1991. Although the District has grown in size, it has maintained its status as one of the finest school systems in the State. It is recognized for superior and innovative academic programs and extensive co-curricular and athletic programs.
Residents can go back to a simpler time in South Brunswick’s history with a visit to the Historic Kingston section of the township which is a 326-year old community. Alongside the history and farmland, are many new developments offering contemporary single-family homes and townhouse communities.
South Brunswick is served by Exit 8A of the New Jersey Turnpike and State Routes 1, 27 and 130. Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor line traverses the community and train stations with direct lines to New York and Pennsylvania are located in nearby New Brunswick and Princeton Junction. Bus service is also available on Route 27. Finally, airports within 90 minutes travel include Mercer County, Philadelphia and Newark International.
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Preservation is a virtue in South Brunswick, so far the township has purchased 300 acres of open space – the majority reserved for passive/active recreation. This includes Davidson’s Mill Pond Park with a pond where you can fish and a small boat launching area. There is also a waterfall where the mill was which is particularly attractive.
In 1980, the Township population approached 18,000. In 1990, this figure reached 25,792 and today South Brunswick has over 33,400 residents. In short, since the early 1900’s, the town has matured from a tranquil and rustic farming community to a vibrant, diverse and active suburban town. While South Brunswick has been growing rapidly, much of the town’s 42 square miles remain undeveloped and there are still significant amounts of wetlands, woodlands and open space within the community.
Interested in a new home in South Brunswick?
If you are looking to buy a home in South Brunswick or you would like to find out further information, simply fill out this form or call (732) 548-5555 ext 314.