West Orange NJ, is an Essex County town in which many NYC commuters reside. Though it is lacking in a train station, some commuters travel to the stations of neighboring towns. NYC is also accessible by way of the bus to Port Authority for which there are township jitneys that transport commuters. The length of time it takes to get to NYC depends on the numerous variable including starting point. West Orange NJ has a population of between 48-49,000 and spans more land than the other towns listed at 12+ sq. miles. West Orange is located at the peak of the Watchung Mountains and traverses the South Mountain Reservation, which intersects Millburn, Maplewood and South Orange, and The Eagle Rock Reservation connecting it with Montclair and Verona. West Orange attractions include The Turtleback Zoo which offers ropes courses, a waterfront playground, paddle boating, and a picnic pavilion, and The Thomas Edison National Historical Park which provides an opportunity to see the inventor’s laboratory, home and grounds. The different enclaves of West Orange offer different housing stock, amidst which are Colonials, Tudors, a large number of post war Ranches, and a concentration of Victorians in America’s oldest planned community, Llewellyn Park. Real Estate price points for a single family home can range between $200,000 and $4,000,000, with ample inventory in the lower ranges. Buyer competition in West Orange has increased in recent years.
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