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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ

Nestled in the Watchung Mountains, New Providence is surrounded by majestic greenery. Just under 30 miles west of Manhattan, there are approximately 12,000 residents in this 3.6 square mile borough. This town has a low key strip of restaurants and local shops, however just a short 7 minute drive to Summit's vibrant downtown for additional excitement. 

New Providence houses a variety of home styles from adorable cape cod's, split levels, colonials, to custom built home sales with an average sales price of 650,000. Lot sizes tend to be more generous ranging from .2 to 1+ acres. 

The town's recreation department provides an array of programs for children and adults.  This department is spearheaded by a 7 person committee who serve five year terms. The town has three playgrounds, an ice skating rink, eight ball fields, eight public tennis courts, and two town pools.

New Providence High School ranks #13 in the state by NJ Monthly.

Restaurants:
Moe's Bistro, Coppola's Ristorante, Barth's Market, Prestige Diner and more.

Parks:
Lincoln Field, Lions Park Playground, Watchung Reservation, New Providence Community pool and more.
Commute to NYC:
New Jersey Transit trains run from the New Providence and Murray Hill stations directly to Pennsylvania Station, with a one-way charge of $9.25 and $10, respectively. The commute takes about an hour. The area is also served by Interstate 78, which feeds into the Holland Tunnel.

You may also take a 40 minute drive to Manhattan