Bergen and Morris County, Northern NJ Interactive Area Explorer: Allendale, Franklin Lakes, Mahwah, Ramsey, Ridgewood, Upper Saddle River, and Wyckoff
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This quaint community boasts a family-friendly atmosphere and a genuine sense of neighborliness. This community is mostly residential, although its location within Bergen County makes for an easy commute into New York City.
With so many golf courses, shopping centers, beautiful communities, and other fun things to do, Bergen County is a popular place to live near New York City!
Considered one of the most desirable addresses in the state, Franklin Lakes is a well-established community in Bergen County that had a population of 10,600 residents as of the 2010 Census.
Like the rest of Bergen County, Mahwah features a range of condos/townhomes as well as large stately homes. What's more, several large corporations are located in Mahwah, including UPS, Fed Ex and TD Bank. Conveniently located near several highways
Known as "the pride of Pascack Valley," Montvale in Bergen County offers scenic views and a quiet way of life just 15 miles from the hustle and bustle of New York City.
Nestled against the Oradell Reservoir and close to major attractions, Oradell is a quaint town that is steeped in history, arts, and local culture. It's easy to find your niche in this welcoming community.
Paramus may be known for its shopping destinations, but its suburban charm is loved by residents and visitors alike.
Located in the northwest part of the county, this Bergen County borough had a population of 14,000 as of the 2010 Census. With a mixture of everything from condominiums to stately homes on acre properties - Ramsey has something for everyone!
This Bergen County village is just 20 miles northwest of midtown Manhattan! Home styles include stylish condominiums to darling Colonials. Perhaps one of the things this community is most well-known for is its beautiful and unique downtown.
Upper Saddle River
This quiet community offers residents plenty of privacy and tranquility while still being just a jump on the highway away from major shopping venues and more! Inside this town's 5.2 square miles, residents enjoy great amenities, education and more!
Woodcliff Lake is a primarily residential area that is a pleasant place to live. Residents can take advantage of the borough's amenities and nearby shopping areas.
This darling community also boasts a thriving shopping district with a number of stores and restaurants. What's more, there are also two expansive parks in town: The Gardens of Wyckoff (a 12.8-acre natural sanctuary) and Zabriskie Pond Park.