About North Arlington
When searching for homes for sale in New Jersey, if the thought of a 20-minute train trip to Penn Station excites you, consider touring North Arlington. This quaint borough offers more than just a snappy commute, however. It’s ideal for those that want urban living with a small-town feel.
The 15,392 residents of North Arlington earn a median household income of $71,232, just slightly lower than the state’s median household income of $71,637.
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Located in southern Bergen County, North Arlington lies north of Kearny, south of Lyndhurst and east of Belleville. The Passaic River runs along the borough’s western border.
If you’ll be searching online for homes for sale in North Arlington, use the Zip code 07031.
Schools in North Arlington
The North Arlington School District educates the public school students of North Arlington. It administers five schools, with a total enrollment of more than 1,600. The district’s three elementary schools include the following:
- Thomas Jefferson – Serves 308 students in grades K through 5.
- Franklin Roosevelt – Teaches 215 children in grades Pre-K through 5.
- George Washington – Serves 279 children in grades Pre-K through 5.
Around 357 students attend North Arlington Middle School for grades 6 through 8 and North Arlington High School serves 487 students for grades 9 through 12.
Queen of Peace Elementary and Queen of Peace High School serve parents that seek a parochial school for their children.
Shopping, Dining and Playing
Whether you want to shop for groceries, gardening supplies or even a tattoo, you’ll find what you need in North Arlington. Foodies will love the range of ethnic cuisines offered in the borough, from the Italian Villa for pizza, Indian cuisine at Kamal Palace, Greek at Mykonos Restaurant and even just coffee and pastry at Café Mauro.
If playing is something you’re interested in, Riverside County Park may just become your home-away-from-home when the weather is nice. Located between Lyndhurst and North Arlington, this 85-acre park features athletic fields, tennis and Bocce ball courts, a fitness center and a playground for the little ones.
You’ll also find cheap eats, hearty drinks and bowling to your heart’s content in the borough at the 30-lane North Arlington Bowl-O-Drome.
Homes in North Arlington
One thing you’ll appreciate about the North Arlington real estate market is that you typically get a lot of house for the money you’ll spend. Most of our housing stock consists of single-family homes but you will also find some duplexes and even some condos on Schuyler Avenue.
Right now, homes at the top of the market are listed at $650,000 or less and entry level homes start at $300,000. Prices fluctuate with the market, however, so contact us for a current price list.
Whether you want to buy a 1930s updated rambler, a 1960s ranch home or a colonial stunner built in the 1940s, you’ll find it in North Arlington.
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: 09/18/2020. Source: New Jersey Multiple Listing Service, Inc.
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