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What You’ll Love About Scotch Plains

Beautiful Homes

Stunningly luxurious estates, charming and cozy townhomes, and everything in between... that's what you'll find in Scotch Plains.

Countryside Scenery

From lush parks to tree-lined streets, Scotch Plains is home to truly breathtaking natural beauty in every park and neighborhood.

Big-City Access

With access to major highways and several public transportation routes, in Scotch Plains, you're never far from Newark and NYC.

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Come Explore Life in Scotch Plains

Come explore the lush rolling hills, the scenic woods, and the breathtakingly luxurious homes and neighborhoods of the beautiful Northern New Jersey countryside town of Scotch Plains, NJ. Though it's conveniently located just outside of Newark, Jersey City, and Manhattan, Scotch Plains is a lush world of outdoor recreation, outstanding schools, and plenty of amenities. Come explore and discover all the wonders that await.

Spotlights of Scotch Plains

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Parks & Recreation

Scotch Plains offers plenty of parks and tennis courts, as well as two public golf courses and a community pool, and the Fanwood-Scotch Plains YMCA offers classes and athletic activities. Additionally, Scotch Plains sits at the foot of the Watchung Reserve, a 1,959-acre wilderness park with hiking, biking, and horse trails, a large playground, an equestrian stable, a Deserted Village and historic trail, and various picnic sites.

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Things to Do

There’s plenty to enjoy in Scotch Plains, like the private Shackamaxon Country Club, Highland Swimming Club, or the Bowcraft Amusement Park. There are also several historic points of interest within in the community, like the Osborn-Cannonball House Museum or The Aunt Betty Frazee House.

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Public Schools

The schools of Scotch Plains have a reputation for excellence in academics, athletics, and extracurricular activities. All of the schools are shared with the Borough of Fanwood but are located in Scotch Plains. There are five grade schools, two middle schools, and one high school that serve 5,300 students with highly qualified teachers and staff.

travel and commute

Travel & Commute

Scotch Plains is about a 50-minute drive from Lower Manhattan via the I-78 and Holland Tunnel. Though it does not have its own railroad station, the New Jersey Transit Trains do run the Raritan Valley Line in neighboring Fanwood, which connects to Trenton and from there, Penn Station and Manhattan via PATH. Buses also run from Scots Plans to NYC.

Scotch Plains Attractions

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Scotch Plains at a Glance

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Quick Facts

Population: 23,510
Zip Code: 07090
County: Union
Mean Home Price: $424,000


Travel & Commute

Newark: 30 min
Jersey City: 40 min
Manhattan: 50 min
Airport: Newark-Liberty International

Scotch Plains Real Estate

There's plenty of choice in the style of housing to be found throughout the Scotch Plains community, from many different types of Colonials to Split-Levels and Ranches.

Newer developments include Stirling Chase and Berwyk Chase, two large neighborhoods of single-family homes built in the 1990's, and The Reserve, a 100-unit townhouse development opened in 2004 that borders Route 22 on the north side of town. The town's larger lots and an improving economy have ushered in a recent wave of expansions or tear-downs and rebuilding. Prices in the town vary, but generally you can expect to pay from about $300,000 for a townhome up to $2,500,000 for a grand south-side home.

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