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Properties for sale in Middletown, NJ


Population: 66,017 
Language: English
Currency: USD


Enjoy culture, history, and the great outdoors without leaving the township. With 70 public parks, five historic districts, many cultural amenities, and various waterways and beaches, there is truly something for everyone to enjoy.

Nestled between the Navesink River and Sandy Hook Bay, “the biggest small town in New Jersey” has ranked among the top 100 in’s Best Places to Live four times in the past eight years and made Time magazine’s Top 100 Places to live in 2014. The township comprises the communities of Belford, Fairview, Leonardo, Lincroft, Navesink, North Middletown, and Port Monmouth, where one can find a selection of homes, from sprawling private estates to elegant homes in tree-lined neighborhoods.

The birthplace of stars in media and sports, including Jon Bon Jovi, Connie Cheung, Steven van Zandt, and Kevin Smith, the 42-square-mile township offers scenic marinas, private country clubs, public parks, and vibrant beaches. Commuting is easy, with nearby access to the Garden State Parkway and other major highways, rail, bus, and express ferry options that also connect you to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.

You’ll find commitment to quality education in the area’s 17 public schools and Brookdale Community College, as well as in the several nearby private institutions including Oak Hill Academy, Christian Brothers Academy, and Mater Dei Prep. History buffs will enjoy five historic districts in the township, retracing the steps of the Lenni Lenape Indians, Henry Hudson, and the pirate, Blackbeard. Music lovers will find the local PNC Arts Center to be a priceless amenity, and the award-winning Middletown Arts Center, operated by the Middletown Township Cultural & Arts Council, will satisfy theatergoers with quality programming and events for all ages.

When it’s time for outdoor play, you’ll have plenty of options. The township’s 70 parks ensure that you are never far from a place to relax and enjoy. Hike the Henry Hudson Trail, sail on the Navesink River, or kite surf on the Raritan Bay. You can bike along the shore; fish for striper, fluke or bluefish; explore the lighthouse; or bird watch while you picnic on the beach in the Great National Park at Sandy Hook. Located on the banks of the Navesink River, the private four-season Navesink Country Club also provides a place to golf, play table tennis and ice skate for year-round enjoyment.

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