Thursday, June 30, 2011

The Priciest Towns in New Jersey

Coldwell Banker real estate just came out with its annual list of the most expensive U.S. cities in which to buy homes. California dominates the list, with the six cities in the top ten, including the single most expensive town, Newport Beach.

But New Jersey is well represented: Coming in third overall is Stone Harbor, with an average listing price for a four-bedroom, two-bath home at $1.34 million. Looking only at New Jersey locales, these towns round out the top ten:

Wyckoff Township, $826,841 for a four-bedroom, two bath
Chatham, $787,809
Madison, $780,453
Tenafly, $772,271
Oakland, $730,599
Montville, $727,992
Westfield, $722,871
Bernardsville, $722,170
Warren Township, $719,890

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