Middlesex County

The second largest county in New Jersey, Middlesex County is located at the crossroads of the state. All major roadways cross through Middlesex County including the New Jersey Turnpike, Garden State Parkway, and Interstate 287 as well as Route 1, Route 9, Route 18, and Route 130 – making it a desired location for commuters.

In addition, Middesex County is well served by NJ Transit’s train system with three major lines passing through. The Northeast Corridor Line – New Jersey’s busiest train line – runs straight through the county connecting New York City with Trenton, Philadelphia, and beyond. The North Jersey Coast Line passes through the eastern part of the county on the way to the Jersey Shore, while the Raritan Valley line stops in Dunellen and Middlesex.

Rutgers University is based in Middlesex County with campuses in New Brunswick and Piscataway. Rutgers – New Jersey’s state university – is the largest non-governmental employer in the county.

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FAST FACTS ABOUT MIDDLESEX COUNTY
2010 Population (% Change Since 2000) – Rank in New Jersey (Out of 21 Counties): 809,858 (+8.0%) – 2nd largest
Total Area: 323 square miles
Estimated Median Household Income: $76,321
County Website: www.co.middlesex.nj.us
Current Active Residential Listings (Single Family & Condos): 3,919
Number of Residential Sales (Past 12 Months): 4,436
Average Residential Sale Price (Past 12 Months): $323,440
Residential Sales Price to List Price Ratio (Past 12 Months): 94.95%
Average Days on Market for Residential Sales (Past 12 Months): 82
Real Estate Statistics: Current as of 2/25/2011

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