New Jersey Land for Sale
$43,000, 0.17 Acres , 238 Stevens Ave, Camden, New Jersey
Listing ID LC-1806-210694 Cash Sale $43,000 Processing Fee $ 699 Deed Type Quit Claim D
$45,000, 0.48 Acres , 16 Pump Branch Rd, , New Jersey
Listing ID LC-1806-210701 Cash Sale $45,000 Processing Fee $ 699 Deed Type Quit Claim D
$895,000, 160 Acres , 2393 Old York Rd, Burlington, New Jersey
FOR SALE 160+/- Acre Preserved Farm on Old York Rd Mansfield Twp, Burlington Co, NJ Ask
$138,000, 0.21 Acres , 402 Division St, Burlington, New Jersey
Listing ID LC-1806-210702 Cash Sale $138,000 Processing Fee $ 999 Deed Type Quit Claim
$4,950,000, 28.8 Acres , 4340 Route 130, , New Jersey
For Sale | Bank Owned Property 28.8+/- Acre Major Redevelopment Offering on Route 130 W
$650,000, 81.1 Acres , 154 Cedar Lake Rd, , New Jersey
FOR SALE 81 Acre Preserved Dairy/Horse Farm with 3 BR Colonial Blairstown, Warren County
$44,500, 0.27 Acres , 7210 Magnolia Dr, Cumberland, New Jersey
Listing ID LC-1806-210699 Cash Sale $44,500 Processing Fee $ 699 Deed Type Quit Claim D
, 16.4 Acres , 68 Johanna Farms Rd, , New Jersey
AUCTION 20,000+/- SF Commercial Warehouse with 18 Bays and Office Raritan Twp, Hunterdon
, 0.516 Acres , Pine St, , New Jersey
AUCTION By Order of the Borough of Lakehurst 3 Building Lots Sold Separately or Together
, 36.9 Acres , Rainbow Hill Rd, Hunterdon, New Jersey
AUCTION 36.9+/- Acres Farmland – Subdividable East Amwell Twp, Hunterdon Co, NJ Septe
, 56 Acres , 730 Mantua Blvd, , New Jersey
Auction | By Order of the Estate Prickett Nursery with 7 Houses on 56+/- Acres Mantua To
$87,500, 0.24 Acres , 112 N White Horse Pike, Camden, New Jersey
Title:Quit Claim Deed Listing ID:LC-1702-065824 Parcel Number:31 00062-0000-00002 Locat
$7,999, 0.19 Acres , 64 Walnut St, Salem, New Jersey
Zestimate Value $70,095 Rent Zestimate $1,200/mo Property value appraised by county
There are two New Jerseys - North Jersey and South Jersey. North Jersey is where there are mountains to play in, horse farms for celebrities to hide in (there are more millionaires living in New Jersey than any other state) and towns for Manhattan office workers to live in. South Jersey is where there are billions of pine trees, the flat cropland that makes this the Garden State, the most popular sandy beaches in America and towns for Philadelphia office workers to live in.
Although North Jersey and South Jersey are connected by two of the most heavily congested roads in the country - the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway - the two regions don't have much to do with one another. One remains a satellite of New York City and the other a satellite of Philadelphia.
It was in the 1850s that Jonathan Pitney, a prominent physician, and Richard Osborne, a Philadelphia engineer, got the idea that the salt air might be a health boon to the denizens of sooty Philadelphia. They launched the Camden-Atlantic City Railroad and ever since the Jersey Shore has been a hot real estate market. Today shore property turns over more than any place in the state but it is almost always either developed or protected.
Much of south-central New Jersey is covered in more than one million acres of pine barrens. The bog ore in these timberlands supported America's iron industry during the American Revolution. Today most of America's blueberries are produced here. The Pinelands are dissected by more than 500 miles of unmapped sand roads and so remote - even in the country's most densely populated state - that there are still reported sightings of the legendary winged creature known as the “Jersey Devil.”
The spine of the Appalachian Mountains slashes across northwestern New Jersey in the largely undeveloped region known as the Skylands. When fishermen need a break from the marlin and hard-fighting bluefish in the Atlantic Ocean they come here to pursue sunfish and brook trout, the state fish.