Homes for sale in Livingston NJ can be found in the southwestern portion of Essex County, NJ. Livingston NJ is located 22 miles west of New York City.
Livingston, NJ was first incorporated in 1813 and named after New Jersey’s first governor William Livingston. Homes for sale in Livingston New Jersey will sometimes include homes located in the areas known as Cedar Ridge, Cheapside, Morehousetown, Northfield, Washington Place and West Livingston.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau Livingston has an estimated population of 29,366 and encompasses 14 square miles. Homes for sale in Livingston NJ will sometimes border the towns of Roseland (to the north), West Orange (to the east) and Millburn / Short Hills (to the south).
Livingston Public Schools
The Livingston Public Schools serves students in Pre-K through 12th grade. As of the 2017-18 school year Livingston offered 9 schools with an estimated student population of 6,050 & a student/teacher ratio of 12.6:1.
The 9 public schools would include: Burnet Hill Elementary, (Pre-K-5), Collins Elementary, (K-5), Harrison Elementary, (K-5), Hillside Elementary, (K-5), Mount Pleasant Elementary, (K-5), Riker Hill Elementary, (K-5), Mount Pleasant Middle School, (Grade 6), Heritage Middle School, (7-8) and Livingston High School, (9-12).
Livingston Roads and Highways
Many of the homes for sale in Livingston, NJ will offer great access to major highways and roads leading to nearby shopping & employment. These roads would include Eisenhower Parkway, County Route 508 & 527, Interstate 280, Garden State Parkway and Route 10.
Livingston Public Transportation – Buses
Livingston offers very easy access to Hoboken, Newark, Port Authority and Mid-Town Manhattan with multiple transportation providers. Bus service to the Port Authority Bus Terminal is available with Community Coach via the #77 bus route. New York City service is also available through OurBus in Livingston and West Orange. Bus service to Newark is available with NJ Transit Buses via their 70,71 and 73 routes.
Livingston Public Transportation – Trains
Livingston does not offer its own train station, but does offer train service from the nearby towns of Milburn, Short Hills and South Orange. All three stations are about 5-7 miles away and service by NJ Transit’s Morristown Line to Mid-Town Manhattan and Hoboken.
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