Little Falls NJ is located in Passaic County, New Jersey with an estimated population of 14,432. Most of the homes for sale in Little Falls NJ will offer very easy access to all major highways, buses and trains. Little Falls was incorporated in 1868 from portions of Acquackanonk Township. In March of 1914 portions of Little Falls, NJ was lost to West Paterson, which is now known as WoodLand Park, NJ.
Many of Little Falls homes for sale will border one of eight other towns. Little Falls borders Clifton, Wayne and Woodland Park in Passaic County. In Essex County Little Falls will border Cedar Grove, Fairfield, Montclair and North Caldwell. Homes for sale in Little Falls can be commonly found in sub divisions known as Great Notch, The Center of Town and Singac.
During 2019 there were 139 homes for sale in Little Falls that closed according to the GSMLS. The median sold price for all homes which includes single family homes, condos and townhomes was $357,500.
The median sold for price for a Little Falls single family home in 2019 was $412,000. Little Falls does offer a nice selection of condo and townhomes which makes up for 37% of all Little Falls homes sold in 2019.
Little Falls Public Schools
The Little Falls Public School System serves all children for grades kindergarten through 8th grade. Little Falls School #2 teaches grades K-2nd. Students will then attend Little Falls School #3 for grades 3rd-4th and then move up to Little Falls School #1 for 5th-8th.
Upon graduation from 8th grade and students will attend Passaic Valley Regional High School for grades 9th-12th. Students from Totowa and Woodland Park also attend Passaic Valley Regional High School which happens to be located in Little Falls.
Little Falls Public Transportation
Little Falls is only 2.8 square miles in size, but it’s access to major highways, buses and trains makes this a great town for commuters. Little Falls offers train service from the Little Falls station or the Montclair State University station. Commuters to lower Manhattan can use the Montclair-Boonton Line to the Hoboken Terminal in Hoboken. For those traveling to Midtown Manhattan the Montclair State University station would be your choice via the Seacaucus Junction with a finally stop of Penn Station.
For all other commuters Route 23, Route 46 and Interstate 80 are easily accessible from most areas of Little Falls, NJ
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