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Living in Princeton Junction, NJ

Princeton Junction, New Jersey, is a small neighborhood within the greater West Windsor Township area. Because it's a very small community, Princeton Junction, NJ offers a small-town suburban feel while giving you access to the more affluent Princeton. It's also within an hour's drive of Philadelphia, the Jersey Shore, and New York City, and the convenient access to these major points makes this area a dream for a commuter. Living in the Princeton Junction neighborhood will provide you with a slower pace of life, with the option to hop in the car or the train, and work or play in the cities nearby.

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Enjoying the Princeton Junction Area

In Princeton Junction, New Jersey, you'll find a number of convenient pharmacies, chain restaurants, and shops in the center of town. Having everything you need only a quick drive down the road makes for convenient and stress-free living. If you're in the mood for upscale dining, downtown Princeton is only 3 miles away and has a long list of options for you. Nassau Street in Princeton's main downtown area is filled with high-end shops and cafes, all sitting along a beautiful tree-lined street. After lunch and shopping, you could visit the Princeton University Art Museum or see a show at the McCarter Theatre. You can also stroll through the beautiful stone buildings of Princeton University's campus, or rent a kayak or canoe for a relaxing outing on Carnegie Lake. If you wish to get out of town on the weekends or need to commute to your job in the city, the Princeton Junction station offers trains to both New York City and Philadelphia. You can easily access either of these cities for a day trip to shop, dine, or explore.


Making a Home in Princeton Junction

If you're interested in Princeton Junction real estate, the majority of the homes for sale in Princeton Junction, New Jersey, are single-family homes and town houses. Driving through the Princeton Junction neighborhood, you'll see large colonial homes with finely manicured lawns, gardens, and big oak trees. You'll also find beautiful parks, such as the Ronald Rogers Arboretum. The park is only 25 acres, but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in beauty. Half of the park is open land while the rest is mature woodland filled with large oaks, ponds, and memorials. You'll have no problem filling your days with adventure and activities within Princeton Junction and its surrounding area.


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What Locals Love

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  • Foodies know that downtown Princeton is the place to be for the area’s best dining, including sushi, Asian fusion, Greek, Indian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and Mexican, among many others.
  • For fans of the fine arts, the Princeton University Art Museum features more than 92,000 works of art ranging all different artistic styles. To catch a show, fine arts fans reserve a seat at McCarter Theatre.
  • The Ronald Rogers Arboretum is a nature lover’s dream come true. Its 28 acres features oak trees, decorative landscaping, and memorials.


Princeton Junction Real Estate at a Glance

  • 21 Homes Sold*
  • 28 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $929,500 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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