Several high-value real estate transactions have taken place across various towns in New Jersey between April 17 and April 24, showcasing the continuing appeal of premium properties in the region.
In Howell, a single-family home located at 93 Western Drive sold for $747,500. The house was built in 1958 with a living area of 1,826 square feet. This sale highlights one of the most expensive real estate sales within this period. Another notable sale took place at Newark where a detached house situated at 111 Highland Avenue fetched an impressive $895,000. The property has a living area of approximately 2,711 square feet and was constructed back in1927.
Edison also witnessed an expensive transaction during this time frame as new owners purchased a property on Woodfern Street for $795,000 with total purchase price being $472953. In Trenton's Hamilton Township suburbia ,a residence on Clinton Avenue changed hands for $595,000 making it one among many pricey deals executed . Lastly ,Brick saw its highest priced-sale occur when condominium located Rachel Court finalized ownership change after demanding price tag set forth at value close to whopping sum amounting upto three hundred ten thousand dollars ($310K).
Real Estate professionals are keeping their eyes on these upscale neighborhoods as they continue to attract buyers seeking luxury homes with modern amenities and desirable locations. According to Jennifer Thompson-Smithson from Propmix Realty Group "These recent sales demonstrate continued interest investment into higher-end residential segment NJ market which bodes well future growth overall state's economy."