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Just a few miles across the Delaware River from Philadelphia is family-oriented Moorestown, featuring a small-town atmosphere and quiet suburban lifestyle. One of New Jersey’s most attractive and desirable communities, Moorestown is located along key transportation routes that provide easy and convenient access to Philadelphia, Trenton and New York. Moorestown was ranked number one in Money magazine's list of the best places to live in America in 2005. The township earned the top spot because of its community feeling, in addition to its abundant jobs, excellent schools and affordable housing. It features thriving commercial and industrial sectors in addition to residential development. Designed to blend with the historic past, new construction in this area harmonizes beautifully with charming and stately colonial and Victorian architecture along tree-lined streets that are graced by an occasional cobblestone sidewalk. The contemporary shops and department stores at Moorestown Mall complement the charm of the Main Street district, lined with specialty shops, boutiques, restaurants, and galleries. Excellent schools and well-maintained recreational facilities from indoor swimming pools to tennis courts add to the desirability of this community.
181 listings with an estimated median price of $669,000
(Data as of 2/16/2019)
The population of the community broken down by age group. The numbers at the top of each bar indicate the number of people in the age bracket below.
Median Age: 44.89
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