To understand why Englewood homes are held in such high esteem, you need to understand the special community that is the City of Englewood.
From its gracious East Hill estate homes to the bustling downtown where businesses and shops flourish, Englewood is the essence of urbane sophistication. A city of over 26,000 masquerading as a big small town, this unique community is proud of its diversity and its long history that predates the American Revolution.
Englewood’s vast diversity is reflected in its housing stock that runs from the most modest 2 bedroom home to magnificent East Hill properties where international celebrities find the privacy, peace and quiet they crave only 10 minutes from Manhattan. East Hill Englewood homes are among the most expensive in Bergen County.
The very active and vocal Englewood Historical Society has been responsible over the years for preserving the gorgeous Victorian and period homes you’ll find throughout the city. These architectural treasures have created a uniquely beautiful ambience for which the city is renowned. This has preserved Englewood’s rich charm and character.
Take a stroll through the bustling shopping district where you’ll find the New Jersey Performing Arts Center featuring world class live entertainment and a separate Performing Arts School, a multitude of outstanding restaurants with varied cuisines, boutique shopping and establishments that have been Englewood staples for generations. Englewood is, for Bergen County residents, a cultural center and a “happening place” where people come to enjoy themselves.
There has been tremendous investment in commercial real estate with large scale developments. The City has aggressively sought such investment and the climate for investors is positive. However, this has not disturbed the integrity of its architecture because the large inventory of historical Englewood homes has been lovingly preserved.
Among the most recent developments is a strong effort on the party of the City Government to bring back a train commute to Manhattan. Although it’s a way off, Englewood is getting ready to further enhance the city with better commuting in the future. Englewood homes are in strong demand and values are rising.
Median Age 38.27 years
$113,139 Average Income
$70,532 Median Income
High School 22.48%
Some College 17.98%
College Grad 23.39%
Grad Degree 20.36%
2,916 Total Enrollment
Student Teacher Ratio 10.47 to 1
City of Englewood Schools
Dwight Morrow High School
Academies at Englewood
Janis E. Dismus Middle School
McCloud Elementary School
Dr. John Grieco Elementary School
D.A. Quarles Early Childhood Center
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