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Find Home Along the Tree-Lined Streets of Westfield

When you are looking to buy a new home in Westfield, NJ, the town's tree-lined streets will welcome you to the classic small-town vibrancy.  The town of about 30,000 residents is pedestrian-friendly, with many houses within walking distance from the train station.   There's a busy town center full of restaurants, boutiques and stores.  The town offers an array of single-family colonials, Victorians, splits and beautiful luxury homes. From new construction to historical, it's all there for your consideration.

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A Life of Small-Town Charm

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Discover Centuries of Rich History

Welcome to Westfield, New Jersey.  Westfield has a rich history dating back to its foundation in the 17th Century.  After the American Revolution and British plunderers in 1777, Westfield continued to be a farming town.  In the 1860's, the railroad came through and industrialized the city.  You can celebrate Westfield, New Jersey's heritage and history by visiting the Westfield Historial Society.  Today, many vestiges of Westfield's long history remain, from historic structures such as the Miller-Cory House Museum, built in 1740 and open to the public for demonstrations and workshops on Sunday afternoons, to the area's large stock of well-maintained older homes.

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Explore A True Small-Town Haven 

The town of Westfield, in New Jersey's Union County, blends a sophisticated downtown, lined with high-end stores and art galleries, with a small-town atmosphere, thanks to its close-knit community and historic and newer homes.  Westfield's cosmopolitan atmosphere draws young families from New York and Hoboken, as well as the grown children of longtime residents. "It's kind of a small-town haven that's great for families—it's highly walkable, it has a wonderful downtown and the houses go from turn-of-the-century Victorians all the way up to new construction.  It's a close-knit community, but it's large enough that you don't know everyone in town."

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Commuting From Westfield, New Jersey? No Problem. 

Because it's located just 25 miles southwest of New York City, many Westfield NJ home owners are professionals who work in Manhattan and need daily transportation to New York City. The city offers convenient access to major highways, including the Garden State Parkway, route I-78 and route 22. The New Jersey Turnpike and route I-287 are just a short drive away. Additionally, the town offers public transportation by both train and bus.

Visit New Jersey Transit for official  schedule and fare information, ticketing and rider guide for the buses and trains and the individual links below for information specific to Westfield.

  • Raritan Valley Line Schedule - Westfield to Newark/New York
  • #59 Bus Schedule - Dunellen, Plainfield, Scotch Plains, Westfield, Garwood, Cranford, Union County College, Roselle, Elizabeth, Hillside, Newark
  • #113 Bus Schedule - Dunellen, Plainfield, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Westfield, Garwood, Cranford, Roselle Park, Hillside

For parking permit info, Westfield offers a variety of options for commuters, emploees, and residents.  Please click here for updated information.  Metered parking is also available throughout Westfield, and there are several options for free parking throughout downtown and in specified lots.

Westfield is about a 20 minute drive from Newark Liberty International Airport, a major gateway for both continental and international flights.


Looking for Some Afternoon Entertainment?

Don’t miss out on some of the best attractions of Westfield, which include performances by the NJ Symphony Orchestra, The Choral Art Society of NJ, Westfield Community Players, Westfield School of Dance, Hedgehog and Feather Theater Co. Come summer, you can enjoy the Sweet Sounds Downtown Jazz Festival that takes place  in four different venues in Downtown Westfield. Head downtown and grab a bite at one of the great restaurants or just walk around and listen to wonderful music. Looking to see a movie in a classic movie theater?  The Rialto Theater fits the bill where you can see the latest movies in a theater that reminds you of days gone by.  It's much loved in Westfield and located in the middle of town close to restaurants.

Enjoy Top-Notch Shopping Throughout the Town

It’s no mystery why Westfield was named one of the “Best Places to Walk and Shop”—you don’t have to get on the train to Manhattan to go shopping! Whether you’re looking for designer clothing, footwear, household goods, or groceries, Westfield has something to offer. Downtown offers a plethora of small shops and boutiques, or you can explore big-box designers and national chain stores on North Avenue. For groceries, Westfield offers everything from locally-grown farmers markets to specialty ethnic shops and national chain stores. Cooking classes are also available at the Classic Thyme Cooking School. Also nearby is the Short Hills Mall, where valet parking and designer labels are just the beginning of a day of upscale shopping.


Get Outside & Explore Outdoor Recreation

Family fun and activities are in no short supply in Westfield. You will find a variety of recreational activities, including: tennis, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, nature trails in nine parks, swimming, ice-skating, outdoor concerts, shopping, and more!  The town manages more than 200 combined acres of parkland, including the 106-acre Tamaques Park, with picnic areas, tennis courts, ball fields and ice skating. Mindowaskin Park, a 12-acre green space with a pond and a bandstand, hosts a summer concert series, and the Westfield Memorial Park and Pool offers a town pool with water slides and picnic areas. There are also tennis courts, baseball field, playing field and a playground.  If you're a tennis fan, there are both indoor tennis and outdoor tennis clubs available. In addition to these local parks, Westfield is home to a handful of private and country clubs, such as the Echo Lake Country Club.

Westfield, NJ: Great Schools & Great Reputation

If you buy a home in Westfield, New Jersey, your children will attend schools renowned for their academic excellence.  The Westfield School System always ranks within the top 50 school districts in the State of New Jersey, as stated in the NJ State School Report. Westfield town is home to one early childhood learning center, six elementary schools, two intermediate schools and one high school.  Students within Westfield High School are known for their academic, athletic and extra curricular achievements. Over 90% of recent graduates of Westfield High School continue their education with 90% entering four year colleges.  Average SAT (Scholastic Achievement Test) scores of Westfield's High School students are well above State and National levels in both Verbal and Mathematics categories.  In May of 2011, 54 Westfield High School students scored the perfect 800 on their SAT tests.


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Make Your New Home in Westfield

Enjoy the small-town atmosphere when you make Westfield your new home. Find a great home in the area by using our advanced search feature, where you can pick out a home within your desired price range and with your desired home features. Or, if you like, check out our featured properties. If you're ready to begin the home buying process, let us know! We have a wealth of home buyer resources, like information for first-time home buyers and for buying a home in New Jersey. And make sure to request a relocation package. We look forward to hearing from you! 

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