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Living in Moorestown, NJ

Quiet, friendly, affordable and only a short 14-mile drive from the commerce hub of downtown Philadelphia and 72 miles from the iconic Jersey Shore, Moorestown is a great place for people who want a slower pace of life, ample green space and a town with plenty of personality to spare.

Barone's Tuscan Grill in Moorestown, NJ

Things to Do

Living in Moorestown puts you right in the midst of all the amenities the town has to offer. Enjoy a peaceful walk on the community trails in the morning or head downtown for a coffee or croissant at one of the historic brick cafes on Main Street.

During the day, spend some time at the Boundary Creek Natural Resource Area, where you'll find miles of hiking and biking trails, beaches on Rancocas Creek, birding blinds and plenty of green space for a picnic. Once you've had your fill of the great outdoors, get a feel for the area's history by heading to the Barclay Farmstead Museum. Built in 1816, the farmstead and its associated 32 acres now offer visitors a taste of the farming lifestyle that used to make up much of South Jersey.

When night falls, head downtown again to catch a play at the Perkins Center for the Arts or watch some live music and grab a bite at one of the unique local bars.

Golf course with houses in Moorestown, NJ

Housing in Moorestown, NJ

Homes for sale in Moorestown, New Jersey, are generally historic brick row homes that date back to the turn of the century. Most homes have yards and attached garages, and it's not difficult to find places that offer ample street parking. People searching for apartments will find few options in Moorestown although two- or three-unit homes are common.

When it comes to the pricing of Moorestown real estate, buyers will find everything from single-family homes and ranch houses to brick mansions with plenty of acreage to spare.

Moorestown Mall

Transportation and Travel

Living in a Moorestown neighborhood gives you proximity to all of the area's main attractions. From most homes in the area, it's easy to walk, bike or drive to the restaurants and shops downtown. People who commute to Philadelphia for work can take a quick 15-mile drive over the Delaware River or hop on one of the many buses that go to Philadelphia from Moorestown daily. No matter whether you want to live here for work or play, Moorestown, New Jersey, is one community that promises not to disappoint.


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  • With miles of hiking paths, biking trails and plentiful green space, as well as the beaches on Rancocas Creek, Moorestown is an excellent place to spend time outdoors.
  • Take the family and head to the Barclay Farmstead Museum, built in 1816, to learn about the history of farming in New Jersey.
  • Downtown Moorestown offers a variety of entertainment, including the Perkins Center for the Arts, bars featuring live music and more.

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Moorestown Real Estate at a Glance

  • 94 Homes Sold*
  • 123 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $649,000 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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