All it takes is one visit to Lyndhurst to understand why the town's population increases 6 percent every decade. It could be that Lyndhurst has two New Jersey Transit stations, providing residents with a snappy commute to work. Perhaps its popularity is due to the business-friendly local government or the small-town feel. We think it's a combination of all of these and can't wait to show you the homes for sale in Lyndhurst.
The 20,554 residents of Lyndhurst earn a median household income of $68,177, lower than the state's median household income of $71,637.
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Lyndhurst Township is located between North Arlington, Rutherford, Belleville, Nutley, Kearney, Secaucus and Clifton.
The Passaic River provides its western border while the Meadowlands are part of the eastern border.
If you’ll be searching for homes for sale in Lyndhurst online, use the Zip code 07071.
The Lyndhurst School District serves the township’s public school students with seven schools, six of which are elementary schools. These include:
- Columbus Elementary School – serves 148 students in grades K through 5.
- Franklin Elementary School – serves 251 students in grades K through 8.
- Jefferson Elementary School – serves 270 students in grades K through 8.
- Lincoln Elementary School – serves 268 students in grades K through 8.
- Roosevelt Elementary School – serves 481 students in grades K through 8.
- Washington Elementary School – serves 259 students in grades Pre-K through 8.
- Lyndhurst High – serves 691 students in grades 9 through 12.
Private schools in Lyndhurst include Sacred Heart, a Catholic elementary school.
Leisure Time in Lyndhurst
Arguably the most popular attraction in Lyndhurst is the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament at Lyndhurst Castle. Locals love the live joisting tournament and the falconry show. The food is pretty good too.
Speaking of food, if you like dining out, Lyndhurst is home to a variety of eateries. From Appetizzio’s Italian Specialties & World Market to Michael’s Salumeria, there is no shortage of Italian delis in Lyndhurst. If you prefer a full Italian meal you can find that too, along with Mexican food at the über popular Mariachi Grill.
Summer outdoor fun is available at the 85-acre Riverside County Park. It offers athletic fields, tennis and Bocce ball courts, a playground for the little ones and a fitness center.
Lewandowski Park is popular with dog owners and it offers a playground, basketball courts and a sledding hill in the winter.
For hiking, check out DeKorte Park’s 3.5 miles of trails. Located in the middle of the Meadowlands, the park is also home to an observatory, an environment center and lots of wildlife.
Homes in Lyndhurst
Lyndhurst is one affordable town. If you’re on a tight budget or a first-time homebuyer, you’ll find many condos and single-family homes for sale at entry level prices.
Prices typically start at $300,000 and top out under $850,000. Architectural styles range from circa 1920 Cape Cods to late 1940s colonials to contemporary townhomes.
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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