31 Jan TIME TO REINTRODUCE, CLOSTER
ALLOW ME TO REINTRODUCE…CLOSTER, NJ
Closter, New Jersey is nestled amongst Alpine, the Oradell Reservoir, Haworth and Demarest. The 3.2 square miles that create this borough are in high demand. Located in beautiful Bergen County, Closter is a family-friendly small town with all the amenities of nearby New York City.
Homes for sale in Closter, NJ rarely stay on the market, making two currently available properties in this desirable area a must-see. Open house events are planned for 458 Homans Ave, Closter, NJ, and 312 Anderson Ave, Closter, NJ.
Both open house events will be held Sunday, February 3 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
The Anderson Avenue property is a stately center hall colonial located on .51 acres that offers a circular driveway, two car garage and new wood deck. With access to award-winning schools and just minutes from Manhattan, this home is perfect for the growing family.
The Homans Avenue property features lush, manicured landscaping with a gourmet kitchen perfect for entertaining or large family dinners. This meticulously maintained home has an expansive outdoor dining and entertainment area and is located close to Closter Plaza shopping.
Out On The Town
The Closter Plaza features a number of upscale shopping experiences that are easy to get to from anywhere within the borough. Whole Foods and Target anchor the shopping center, while you’ll enjoy the active lifestyle offered at Cyclebar. Families enjoy the award-winning art, dance, and music classes for kids at Kidville. Closter shopping and family activities are just one of the reasons many parents are migrating to the Bergen County borough.
In addition to the shopping and family events, you’ll dive right into restaurants in Closter, NJ. Enjoy the savory dishes from Michelin-star chef Ben Pollinger in his recently opened restaurant, The Hill. With an extensive wine list and homemade desserts, this modern eatery will quickly become your go-to place.
One of the most obvious signs of a desired community is an esteemed school system. Closter has two schools. Hillside Elementary – Pre-K through fourth grade – has 675 students, and Tenakill Middle School hosts fifth through eighth grade with 508 students. These schools feed into Northern Valley Regional High School, a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, in Demarest within the Northern Valley district.
“Small class sizes, a research-based curriculum, and state-of-the-art resources foster the growth of our children’s social, emotional, and academic development. The Closter community of learners includes teachers, support staff, parents, and community members working together to ensure a superior educational experience,” states Ms. Joanne Newberry, Superintendent of Closter Public Schools.
Commute From Closter to NYC
Closter real estate is a popular choice for commuters who work in New York. The commute from Closter into Manhattan is about an hour via the New Jersey Transit which shuttles into the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan. Take a weekend trip for a one-way fare of $7 or spend just $199 for a monthly pass.
Closter is positioned about 10 miles away from both the George Washington Bridge and the new Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge with quick access via the Palisades Interstate Parkway.
Bergen County NJ real estate doesn’t get much better than in the Borough of Closter.