[Aerial Photo from Short Hills will be added here shortly]
Short Hills, NJ, is an unincorporated township within the borders of Millburn Township, with a population of approximately 13,200 residents (as of 2010), having a convenient prime Northern New Jersey location less than 25 miles from New York City. This Essex County township has some very well-rated schools (the students are served by the Millburn Public School District) plus two private schools, and is located conveniently near routes 24 and interstate highway 78.
Short Hills real estate tends to range almost entirely within the high-end range of the market, with many distinctive luxury estates adorning the neighborhood. While the whole real estate industry has been affected to some extent by the COVID-19 pandemic during this year (2020), this has not had any impact on selling and buying homes in Short Hills due to the relative economic prosperity of this part of the Essex County. For example, we are currently listing several showcase luxury home estates available for sale in this town and nearby towns also.
Short Hills is generally viewed as a very well matured real estate market with not that much land left to build on, so whenever a new home is built there, it is always a notable event. This holds especially true given how many premier properties and high-end homes are located here, and thus all new construction in this town tends to be aimed at the luxury home market. Naturally, Tom Mayer's specialty is selling homes in the luxury home category, and in fact there is a brand new construction home available in Short Hills right now, please take a look and let me know if you would like to schedule a hard-hat tour at a time of your choice!
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If you like Essex County in general and would like to find a home within that region then please feel free to have a look at my county level page for the real estate market in Essex County!
New Construction 8 Bedroom, 8.2 Bath Luxury Home of over 8800 sqft in the Hartshorn Section of Short Hills to be Delivered in September 2021. Appointments Include Master ...
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker, Wayne.
Hollywood Hills meets Historic Short Hills! Beautifully created from the ground up, saving an existing award-winning design created in the 50s was completely overhauled a...
Listing courtesy of Village Square Realtors.
RARE AND MUST-SEE NEW CONSTRUCTION! Sophisticated Modern custom-designed house with over 8800sf located in almost an acre with private gated entry and .5 of a mile to dow...
Listing courtesy of Alpha Metro Realty.
Virtually new construction with delivery in September 2021. This 5,300 sf custom renovation includes four levels of living space, 6 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms, 2 half bat...
Listing courtesy of Nest Seekers New Jersey - Summit.
Turnkey ready!! Totally renovated, approximately 3500 sqft, 5 bed/3.5 bath. New plumbing, electrical, 2 HVAC units, windows, doors, flooring, fixtures, and landscaping. G...
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX SELECT - Westfield.
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