In 2019 there were 118 homes for sale in Butler, NJ that were sold based on data from the Garden State MLS. The 118 homes sold in 2019 includes all condos and town houses. The median sales price for all homes for sale in Butler, NJ that closed in 2019 was $332,000.
Butler, NJ is 38 miles outside of New York City and located Morris County, NJ. Butler was formed in 1901 from portions of Pequannock Township. Homes for sale in Butler NJ was once known as West Bloomingdale prior to becoming Butler, NJ. The town was named after Richard Butler, who was a very prominent business man and helped shape Butler’s future. Butler is 2.089 square miles in size and owns it’s own electric company known as Butler Electric Power and Light. Butler Electric Power and Light also serves in whole or partially Bloomingdale and Riverdale.
Butler Public Transportation
Butler offers great access to Route 23 north and south. Route 23 north will run through West Milford & Vernon and deep into Sussex County. Route 23 south is a main artery to Wayne Township where you can shop at the Willowbrook Mall, one of the largest malls in the area. Route 23 south connects with Interstate 287 north and south at the border of Riverdale and Pequannock Township.
Homes for sale in Butler, NJ does offer mass transportation to the Port Authority in Midtown Manhattan. Bus service is available in Butler via NJ Transit Bus using route 194. Train service is available in Wayne at the Wayne/Route 23 Transit Center.
Butler Public Schools
The Butler School District and serves children from pre-K through 12th grade. Children will attend Aaron Decker School for grades K-4, Richard Butler School for grades 5-8. After 8th grade students will attend Butler High School for grades 9-12th. Butler High School also serves students from nearby Bloomingdale.
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