When you think of the word “suburb,” that picture you get in your mind most likely resembles Kearny, New Jersey. Situated near two rivers, the town offers lots of recreational opportunities and close proximity to the amenities of larger cities.
The 40,684 residents of Kearny earn a median household income of $58,698, lower than the state’s median household income of $71,637.
Kearny Real Estate Listings
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Kearny Real Estate Listings
Located in the northwestern corner of Hudson County, Kearny is divided into three areas: Kearny Meadows, Uplands and South Kearny (South Kearny Peninsula). It is bordered on the north by the town of Lyndhurst and the borough of North Arlington and to the southwest by East Newark and Harrison. The Hackensack River provides Kearny’s eastern border while the Passaic borders the town on the west.
If you’ll be searching for homes for sale in Kearny online, use the Zip code 07032.
Schools in Kearny
There are 4 elementary schools in Kearny:
- Franklin Elementary School
- Garfield Elementary School
- Roosevelt Elementary School
- Schuyler Elementary School
- Washington Elementary School
Our town has one middle school, Lincoln Middle School, and one high school – Kearny High School – and it serves 1,735 students in grades 9 through 12.
Shopping, Dining and Playing
One of the best parts of living in Kearny is that you can stop in at The Greeks for breakfast or lunch any time you want. A local favorite, The Greeks not only serves home-made food, the owners and staff make you feel at home.
Then there’s Mi Pueblito. If you love guacamole you’ll be in avocado heaven here. If you want a sandwich, head to Big Stash’s and for barbecue, you can’t go wrong with Boa Vista.
Shopaholics, Kearny is the place to buy a home – only 10 miles from New York City and all the shopping a person ought to be allowed to do.
Kearny’s nickname is "Soccer Town, U.S.A," and we take the moniker quite seriously. One player calls our town “The Nashville of Soccer.” The Parks & Recreation Department offers three soccer fields at Gunnell Oval Complex, three more at Harvey Field Complex and a practice soccer facility at Thistle F.C. Futsal Facility.
We’re not all “futbol,” though. Most of the larger parks in town offer basketball, baseball and other athletic fields.
When looking at homes for sale in Kearny you’ll most likely be touring the Uplands area in the northwestern part of town. It’s here that you’ll find most of the residential areas and they are home to a vast variety of architectural styles.
Single family homes make up almost 33 percent of Kearny’s housing stock and small multi-family homes, such as condos and duplexes account for more than 57 percent.
Condos are priced between $180,000 - $350,000, which is perfect for the first-time buyer that wants to own a home without all the maintenance headaches. We frequently see single-family homes & multi-family homes priced from $200,000 to $800,000 as well.
Whether you’re searching for a 1925 two family home in the Arlington Section or a Colonial on a large lot in the Manor section, you’ll be glad you decided to purchase a home in Kearny.
The data relating to the real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the Internet Data Exchange Program of the NJMLS. Real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than Rosa Agency, Inc. are marked with the Internet Data Exchange logo and information about them includes the name of the listing brokers. Some properties listed with the participating brokers do not appear on this website at the request of the seller. Listings of brokers that do not participate in Internet Data Exchange do not appear on this website.
All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Last date updated: 01/21/2020. Source: New Jersey Multiple Listing Service, Inc.
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