Bergen County is an excellent choice for those who want to live in a quiet, suburban environment. Here you’ll find the kind of privacy and solitude you won’t get anywhere else, as well as:
The majority of Bergen’s development took place in the early part of the 20th century, before the emergence of cul-de-sacs and interstate highways. The layout for many of these towns recalls a time when towns were pedestrian-friendly.
As a result, residents are less dependent on cars. Nearly all the county’s street networks are great for walking around, giving you the chance to bump into your neighbors and admire the beautiful scenery.
- Proximity to New York City
You can get to Manhattan in 40 minutes or less, depending on where you are in Bergen County. Its proximity to New York City is one of the biggest reasons why people want to live here – those who work and play in the Big Apple can look forward to a reasonable drive.
Professionals can pursue their careers in the big city and then come home to a tranquil environment at the end of the work day. The county’s relaxed atmosphere lets them get away from it all without being cut off from all the action.
Bergen County is home to some of the most affluent and established towns in New Jersey, each with its distinct character and flavor. Upper Saddle River and Alpine are fine examples. You’re bound to find a neighborhood that matches your lifestyle and preferences. Talk to your Realtor and head out to the Bergen to get a better feel for these neighborhoods.
There are 45 public schools and 23 private schools that provide quality education to primary, middle, and high school students. These schools offer advanced placement, honors courses, gifted programs, athletics, and extracurricular activities.
The county’s high schools are among the best in the state, helping students achieve high SAT scores and get into the universities and colleges of their choice.
Princeton University, one of the most reputable Ivy League schools in the United States, is located in New Jersey, making Bergen County the perfect choice for those who want to attend a prestigious university close to home.
- Real estate
There’s no shortage of multi-million dollar properties in North Jersey – and it’s not just the price tag that makes them memorable. These homes come with every imaginable luxury – from home theaters to temperature-controlled wine cellars. Buyers enjoy a great deal of privacy and seclusion, free to go about their day-to-day away from prying eyes. Choosing is the difficult part.
Call Barbara Rodriguez at 201-636-2537 to explore your options or send an email to barbara(at)njpir(dotted)com.
- Quality of life
The natural scenery, the clean environment, the local amenities, and the overall feeling that life is good are reasons people stay in Bergen County. Apart from work, locals have virtually no reason to leave – there are plenty of shopping, dining, and nightlife options close to home.
Residents live long, happy lives – longer than any other county in New Jersey. A study by the Harvard School of Public Health found the average life expectancy to be 80 years. More impressively, Asian-American women who reside here live to be 91 on average – the longest of any racial group in the United States.