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Living in Oradell, NJ

Oradell, NJ is a suburb of New York City located about 15 miles form Manhattan.  Bordering the towns of River Edge, New Milford, Dumont, Haworth, and Emerson Oradell encompasses approximately 2.6 square miles in northern Bergen County . Oradell is widely known as a quaint small town with bustling downtown, lovely older and newer homes, great schools, and easy transportation into Manhattan.  In 2016 Oradell topped the NJ Monthly list of Best Towns to Live in New Jersey.

Oradell, NJ Housing

Oradell has a nice mix of older colonial homes with turn of the century charm as well as newer construction homes.  Oradell home values have done well over the years due to ease of transportation, schools, downtown, and other amenities.

In 2021 122 single family homes sold in Oradell for an average price of $702,101 in 28 days.  This is an increase of over $91,000 or 15% from $610,510 in 2020.  The medium home in 2021 in Oradell sold for $690,500 which is also an increase from $607,000 in 2020.   The lowest price home sold in Oradell in 2021 was $350,000 and the highest price was $1,500,000.

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Oradell, NJ Schools

Oradell is served by 2 boards of education serving students form Pre Kindergarten to High School.  Pre K to 6th grade students attend the Oradell Public School located at 350 Prospect Avenue.  7th and 8th grade students attend River Dell Middle School located at 230 Woodland Avenue River Edge.  9th to 12th grade students attend River Dell High School located at 55 Pyle Street Oradell. The River Dell School District is a regional district with neighboring River Edge.  These schools offer extracurricular activities in an array of activities including sports, student government, band, educational clubs and more.

Things to Do in Oradell

Oradell may be best known for its quaint downtown with shops and restaurants but there is much to do here.  Oradell downtown stretches along Kinderkamack Rd with many businesses between Ridgewood Rd and Oradell Avenue.  You can take an art class at Clay Paper Scissors, watch a play at the Bergen County Players, or enjoy a coffee at Caffeine.  Oradell Train Station is not just a place to commute into NYC, it is also a glimpse into the past as the station has been at Maple and Oradell Aves since 1890.

The Oradell Public Library is located at 375 Kinderkamack rd and offers not only a wide variety of books and periodicals but also programs for patrons young and old.  Memorial Park is a great place for little league, basketball, soccer, or just a trip to the playground.  If you are into history take a stroll by the old Hackensack water Company Plant on the border of New Milford or drive by the Blauvelt Mansion on Kinderkamack Rd.

Moving to Oradell

Oradell, NJ has long been a premiere destination for so many because of its location and proximity to New York City.  The borough offers public transportation via bus and train as well as a short drive (15 miles) via car along major highways.  Another major reason people move here is because of the schools.  Oradell Public School, River Dell Middle School, and River Dell High School are routinely ranked well against their NJ peers.  Families also have access to a wonderful library, programs for kids like Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, educational programs, and athletic leagues for all ages.

If its culture you are looking for look no further the Bergen County Players who put on numerous plays a year that are great for the whole family.  You can also learn about the Blauvelt Mansion and other historic sites in the area.

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