The median home value in Glen Gardner, NJ is $315,000.
the county median home value of $340,800.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Glen Gardner, NJ is $315,000.
Approximately 62.41% of Glen Gardner homes are owned,
compared to 28.82% rented, while
8.77% are vacant.
Glen Gardner real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you're interested in, contact a Glen Gardner real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Designed as a family retreat with space for equestrian pursuits and many other hobbies, this 60 plus acre farm in Lebanon Township, N.J., is extremely private and beautifully designed with a separate guest house, climate-controlled garage spaces, an indoor pool and two large ponds. The primary residence is a reconstructed stone and timber barn with additions. Though its common areas are towering and dramatic with substantial exposed beams and supports, it really is a warm and inviting family home. Interiors were overseen by a top designer and have an eclectic, sophisticated feeling. The kitchen is over-the-top spectacular and includes a pro-grade pizza oven along with every amenity. A dining area accommodates a banquet-sized table. There's a cigar room for after-dinner relaxation. Private quarters include a first-floor master suite with fireplace and sitting area, luxurious bath and custom closets. Fun secondary bedrooms, each with their own look and feel, are upstairs. Recreation space comes in many forms at this property, including the lower level, where you'll find a restaurant-style second kitchen with true commercial-grade appliances and finishes, a full bar, fireplace, wine cellar and access to an indoor pool. Changing rooms and a full bath serve the pool area. Outside, there's more fun with an outdoor kitchen, patio, bocce court, putting green and outdoor shower. The seven-years-young, separate, farmhouse-style guest house provides very comfortable accommodations along with four bedrooms. A three-bay garage can also serve as a small stable with stalls opening to a fenced pasture. There is also a climate-controlled carriage-house-style garage behind the main house which will hold more than 15 cars. What had been the expansive main equestrian stables is now finely finished storage building with offices and other accommodation. Ready to serve an array of hobbies and perfectly suited as a workshop, it can again be used for equestrian interests should the next owner wish.