Wyckoff is a small upscale town located in the northwest section of Bergen County. When searching homes for sale in Wyckoff, NJ you can only be impressed with this small town feeling. Many of the homes for sale in Wyckoff, NJ will be colonial style with ages ranging from the early 1900s to new construction. Based on data from the NJMLS for 2019 there were 186 homes for sale in Wyckoff, NJ that sold. The median price for 2019 was $726,000.
Of the homes for sale in Wyckoff, NJ last year there were 153 sales under $1,000,000. During this same time period there were 30 homes for sale that closed between $1,000,000 and $1,999,999. The median price was $1,200,000. Lastly, there were 3 homes sold in 2019 over $2,000,000.
Wyckoff Homes For Sale
According to the latest census available Wyckoff’s population is estimated at 16,696. Wyckoff was ranked 55th for the United States in highest-income for towns with a population of 10,000 or more. In New Jersey Wyckoff was ranked 41st on a per capita income basis.
Wyckoff was formed as a township in 1926 with portions ceded to Midland Park in 1931. The name Wyckoff derives from the Lenape Indians meaning “high ground”. The Lenni Lenape Native Americans are the first known inhabitants to occupy what is now known as Wyckoff.
Wyckoff is approximately 6.5 square miles and borders Allendale, Franklin Lakes, Mahwah, Midland Park and Ridgewood all located in Bergen County. Wyckoff borders Hawthorne and North Haledon which are both located in Passaic County.
Wyckoff Public Schools
The Wyckoff School District serves public students in pre-kindergarten through eight grade. Coolidge Elementary, Lincoln Elementary, Washington Elementary all handle K-5. Sicomac Elementary is the only school that serves PreK-5.
Middle school children grades 6-8 will attend Dwight D Eisenhower. Wyckoff students for grades 9-12 be part of the Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School District which includes Ramapo High School and Indian Hills High School. It is best to contract the Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School District for more detains regarding which high school your child would attend.
Wyckoff offers very easy access to all point in New Jersey including Hoboken, Jersey City and New York City. Although Wyckoff, does not offer a train station there are several within a short distance. The nearest train stations can be found in Glen Rock, Ho-Ho-Kus, Ramsey, Ridgewood and Waldwick.
Local bus service is available with either NJ Transit Bus or Short Line Bus. Both bus lines offer service to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan.
Wyckoff offers great access to Route 208 which runs north and south. Route 208 north will connect with I-287 which also runs north and south. Route 208 south will connect with two major roads. Route 17 will take you north and south & Route 4 east bound which will lead towards Fort Lee and the George Washington Bridge.
Wyckoff Historical Sites
For those who are historian buffs then you’ll be happy to know that Wyckoff is deeply enriched numerous historical sites. Although Wyckoff does not offer an active train station it is home to the historic Wyckoff railroad station which was built around 1870.
Other historical sites include: Cairns-Whitten-Blauvelt House (1770), Masker House (1780), Terhune House (1700s), Van Voorhees-Quackenbush House (1740) and Zabriskie House (1740) to just name a few.
To learn more about Wyckoff or surrounding towns please contact Donald Fanelli, Coldwell Banker Real Estate.