Montclair New Jersey Homes
Montclair New Jersey is a New York Commuters Dream
While most towns have one, maybe two train stations, Montclair New Jersey offers no fewer than six different stops along the Montclair-Boonton line of NJ Transit for the area’s thousands of commuters, with a seventh stop at Montclair State University. Busing to NYC…is an alternative to the well-chronicled delays of NJ Transit have the option to hop on two bus routes, both run by private transportation company DeCamp, that offer trips to the city all week long.
Montclair’s residents are writers, actors, producers and other professionals who want to raise their families with easy accessibility to jobs in the city. The town also appeals to people who appreciate the many parks and historical homes. Historic homes in Montclair range from $400,000 to $4,000,000, from ornate Victorians to clean-lined craftsman Colonials.
In 2002, a prominent magazine called Montclair, “a cultural oasis”. It’s diverse population of more than 36,000 residents has a plethora of nightlife and cultural restaurants, theaters and cultural events frequently. That was back in 2002′ yet still today all those comments are still relevant to this beautiful community. The town is home to five shopping districts. Most of the town feels like a suburb with beautiful tree-lined streets and private homes.