The median home value in Greenwich, NJ is $157,000.
the county median home value of $139,000.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Greenwich, NJ is $157,000.
Approximately 78.38% of Greenwich homes are owned,
compared to 12.29% rented, while
9.34% are vacant.
Greenwich real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Step into this historical home and take in the beauty of all it has to offer. Dr. Ephraim Holmes House built in 1760 offers hardwood floors, huge kitchen with unique one of a kind plank wood counter tops, a fireplace and 1/2 bath off kitchen. Walk through to the huge family room which has a built-in bar. Outdoor kitchen in the screened in porch is sure to provide for great entertainment in the spring & summer. With an abundant amount of space in this home, the possibilities are endless. Property is sold in "as-is" condition.
This Historic Gem is known as the "Old Stone Tavern". Circa 1728. Built by Captain Jacob Ware who came from England in 1726. The tavern served the public until the time of the Civil War. The tavern has been impeccably restored and is listed in the national register of of historic sites. The fieldstone building is built of ballast rock brought to the village from Pennsylvania and New England. This home with central air features 4 bedrooms 1.5 baths, original pine flooring throughout, original locks, doors and hinges, 9 ft ceilings, 6 fireplaces 2 which are operating. Dining room with 11 ft wide operating fireplace, living room with operating fireplace, office/den with built in corner cupboard, cabinets and book shelves. Sun room/Florida room with brick a floor overlooking the beautifully landscaped back yard with a perennial garden, vegetable garden and brick patio. Two walk up attics, one completely finished (22 X 18) that can be used as a 5th bedroom/master suite or recreational room. The carriage house with electric and plumbing has room for two cars, a workshop area and a second floor loft approximately 20 X 15 that can be finished as an office or recreational room for all your entertaining needs. A large garden shed with electric, new septic system installed 2016. This home located in historic Greenwich is conveniently located within minutes to local marinas.
Historical two story home in quaint Greenwich Township! Featuring 3 bedrooms, eat in kitchen, dining room, living room and enclosed porch. Hot water heater, heater, and roof are newer. House is being sold "as is".
Well maintained home in the historic village of Greenwich Cumberland County NJ. Hardwood floors natural trim and doors. Workshop attached to garage.Close to Delaware Bay yet not in a flood zone.Cumberland regional high.Home has new septic system and newer roof.
CHRISTMAS VICTORIAN TOUR - STEP INTO AN AWESOME PIECE OF HISTORY! The original Bacon's Neck School was built in 1801 for a cost of $150.17 and sat proudly on a small knoll. In 1881 the original school was replaced with the building that stands proud to this date. The original one room building was moved to an adjoining farm to be used as a wagon house. The School has now been fully & meticulously renovated into a 3 bedroom, 2 bath residence keeping closely to the school period of it's time. The massive original school room still has a wall of classroom blackboard. There is original wood flooring throughout, new Amish constructed and designed kitchen & bathroom cabinets, storage space galore and all new mechanicals. The doors have a blend of original and modern hardware. The home is surrounded by farms and history.. Greenwich Township in South Jersey is in itself an historical site. You must visit this home -- walk the grounds and tread the hardwood floors - drive the picturesque and peaceful countryside & explore the surrounding historical sites in order to fully appreciate the historical significance and geographical appeal. We look forward to your visit.
Property in Historic Greenwich one of five tea burning towns of the 13 colonies. Enjoy no traffic lights, and the wildlife, bald eagle, deer, turkeys and marvelous sunset views. Two marinas and seafood restaurant nearby. Walking distance from historical society and maritime museum. Property features, a lovely picket fence in the front yard on the main street of town Step in and enjoy the comforts of modern conveniences along with a house with history. Brick fireplace with insert, 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, Central Air, 2 Sun Rooms, energy efficient heat pump, full house generator, Ample closet space, built in hamper, Oil heat, LR, DR, and kitchen with propane cooking. Washer and Dryer hookup on main floor. Driveway and 4 Car Detached garage. Many updates, Central air and heater in 2010, painted in 2015. So much more!
Beautiful 4 bedroom and 2.5 bathroom colonial style home in the Greenwich Chase. Features like crown moldings, recessed lighting, french doors throughout the home. Enter into a 2 story foyer. Formal living room with a marble gas fireplace. Formal dining room. Eat-in-kitchen with a center island/breakfast and separate breakfast room that boasts a cathedral ceiling and skylight. The family room offers an exquisite wood burning fireplace. Laundry and powder room on the first floor. All bedroom and 2 bathrooms can be found on the 2nd floor. The stunning master bedroom boasts a cathedral ceiling, separate sitting room, walk-in closet. The master bathroom is the perfect place to unwind with its jetted tub, stall shower, skylight & double sinks. Full basement with recreation room. Deck. Attached 2 car garage.
Once in a lifetime opportunity! Nothnagle Log Home, built between 1638-1643. On the National Register of Historic Sites through the US Department of the Interior. This is the oldest log cabin in the United States, and the oldest of it's type in the Western Hemisphere. C.A. Nothnagle Log House is attached to the home of Doris and Harry Rink, who have owned the home since 1960. Incredible artifacts and various furnishings are also included in the sale of this museum-like property. 100 ft redwood trees, a gazebo, shed, machine shop and a 4 car garage are also offered in this 1.3 acre home. The historic integrity of the home must be preserved, and the owners want it to remain open to guided tours and visitors to continue sharing its wealth of history for years to come. A life estate is required where the Rinks will continue their tours and to care for their beloved residence with pride, joy, affection and devotion.