The median home value in Princeton, NJ is $850,000.
the county median home value of $290,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Princeton, NJ is $850,000.
Approximately 56% of Princeton homes are owned,
compared to 36% rented, while
8% are vacant.
Princeton real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Commercial or Investment in Princeton NJ. Home with finished basement zoned for either RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, MIXED USE, OR INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY IN PRINCETON. Updates include but are not limited to Brand New Roof, (very recent not shown in picture)New Gas Furnace, New Gas Tankless water heater, New A/C âHome has four bedrooms and three full baths. Three bedrooms with new flooring up on main level along with 2 remodeled Bathrooms. All Flooring replaced (Cali Bamboo waterproof Long Boards) New Chandeliers and all light fixtures. Yard has new vinyl fence and landscaping. Gorgeous brand-new kitchen including Kitchen cabinets, Quartz countertop and new appliances. 2 New insulated garage doors and automatic door opener. Brand new deck on the back of the home. New Entry Steps, Walkway, and Patio with Cambridge pavers. New steps (finished) for walk-out basement and Garage. Uses other than residential should be verified at the township but include: Uses conducive to heavy trucking and to bus transportation. Uses characterized by a moderate amount of dust and noise, such as the storage, handling, sale and delivery, either retail or wholesale, of lumber, coal, mason materials, grain and feed, solid and liquid fuels and similar goods. Storage of inflammable materials other than explosives. Storage warehouses. Public utility structures and uses. Freight yards, railroad sidings and other necessary railroad uses (permitted in S-1 districts only). Commercial garages and gasoline service stations. Printing establishments and newspaper offices. Banks and savings institutions. Retail stores and bakeries. Hotels and motels Business offices. Personal services, including, but not limited to, barbershops, beauty parlors, tailors, dressmakers and millinery shops, photographic studios, shoe repair, shoeshine and hat cleaning shops and similar personal service stores dealing directly with consumers; studios for dancing and music instruction; private vocational and trade schools and college preparatory and tutoring services; outlets and pick-up stations for laundries and cleaning establishments; self-service automatic laundry and dry cleaning establishments, containing a total of not more than 30 machines for washing, cleaning and drying, and subject to the prohibition against the use of flammable solvent except for the incidental removal of spots; electronic repair, locksmith, watch, clock and jewelry repair, upholstery and furniture repair and other similar service establishments furnishing services; and crafting or arrangement of materials resulting in a finished product or commodity such as apparel, home decoration, jewelry, toys, furniture, leather goods, flowers, art work or similar products. Showings start Wednesday March 22nd.
Come see this fabulous two parcel property zoned REO 3. Approved as residential and/or commercial. Totaling almost 7 acres. One parcel is a vacant lot the other has a house. House has a long term tenant for instant revenue. Great spot for office building, playground or automotive. Sold as a package with adjoining parcel at 994 Route 206 Block 34001 Lot 59. Tenant in 994 is month to month and $2,150.00 per month
Why rent when you can own this two room move in ready unit in a well maintained professional office building. Close to the train station and route 1. Freshly painted and WIFI ready. Call listing agent for an appointment