Robbinsville, NJ Homes for Sale

Robbinsville, NJ Homes for Sale

Although the community has only been known as Robbinsville for about a decade, its roots stretch back more than 100 years. In 1859, portions of East Windsor Township were incorporated as Washington Township. In 2007, the township’s residents voted to change its name to Robbinsville, named for George R. Robins, a Congress member who lived in the area in the 19th century. If you are considering purchasing a home in Robbinsville, work with a real estate agent who is deeply familiar with the area. Our team at Gloria Nilson & Co. Real Estate has worked with home buyers in Central Jersey for close to 40 years. Our team is committed to helping you find the right home for your needs in Robbinsville.

A Small Community Surrounded by Commerce

Robbinsville is home to approximately 14,000 residents. In 2010, the median household income in the township was $92,440. Although Robbinsville itself is small, it is well connected to larger towns, cities, and points of interest throughout the state via County Routes 526, 524, and 539 as well as US Route 130, Interstate 195, and the New Jersey Turnpike. A few points of interest near Robbinsville include Six Flags Great Adventure and Working Dog Winery. There are multiple unincorporated communities partially or completely located within Robbinsville. They are Hillside Terrace, Windsor, Pages Corners, New Sharon, New Canton, Allens Station, Carsons Mills, and Meadows Terrace.

Highlights of Life in Robbinsville

Robbinsville is home to the Swaminarayan Akshardham, the largest Hindu temple in the world. It was inaugurated in 2014 and is open daily to visitors and worshippers. Individuals and families looking to purchase homes in Robbinsville have a wide range of home styles from which to choose. Townhomes, loft-style condominiums, duplexes, and single family homes old and new are available in Robbinsville to suit any desired lifestyle and budget. Home of varied unit types can be found in Robbinsville Town Center, a mixed-use complex that contains housing, restaurants, and retail in a pedestrian-oriented setting. Because of its easy access to New York City and Philadelphia, it is an attractive option for commuters who want an escape from the congestion of the city. For individuals seeking work near their hometown, Robbinsville is close to many warehouses and distribution centers, including an Amazon Fulfillment Center. Robbinsville is a racially diverse community that has the feel of a close-knit small town. In Robbinsville, it is easy to get to know your neighbors and feel like you are part of the community, rather than simply living among strangers.

Find Robbinsville Real Estate Today

Gloria Nilson & Co. Real Estate is here to help you find your dream home in Robbinsville. Contact our office today to speak with a member of our team who can determine what you need in a home and where to look for that home. As an established luxury real estate broker, we are committed to helping all of our clients find and purchase their ideal homes

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2346 Route 33
Robbinsville, NJ 08691
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Market Snapshot for Robbinsville, NJ as of September 22, 2017 (Last 30 days)


Condo  
Units 32
Avg Price $278,155
Avg Days Listed 100
Total New Listings 12
House  
Units 86
Avg Price $568,945
Avg Days Listed 123
Total New Listings 11

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