The median home value in Lebanon, NJ is $425,000.
the county median home value of $340,800.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Lebanon, NJ is $425,000.
Approximately 53.1% of Lebanon homes are owned,
compared to 42.01% rented, while
4.89% are vacant.
Lebanon 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 Lebanon real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Charming and quaint home with historical characteristics. Traditional winder staircase, pine style kitchen cabinets and built-in room shelves in family. First level is kitchen, family room, bedroom, full bath and laundry room. Second level is two bedrooms with possible office or sitting room. Large open lot with fire pit. Garage/storage shed. Easy access to Rt 31, Rt 22 Rt 78. Close to historic town of Clinton, shops, restaurants, etc.
Set on over two serene acres this spacious, circa 1880 home was formerly a church. Recently converted into a truly exquisite property, it has many original details throughout. Enjoy your own private, park-like retreat with extensive lush perennial gardens, brick walkways, gorgeous tiered fountain, in-ground pool, pergola-covered patio with freestanding stone fireplace and original "out house" potting shed. French doors welcome you into the open-concept kitchen, dining area and family room. This level has radiant-heated floors for maximum comfort, and features beautiful 2-foot thick exposed stone walls of indigenous fieldstone, hand-hewn beamed ceilings, custom built-ins and tile flooring. The kitchen is a chef's delight with granite counter tops, 9' long center island, stainless steel appliances, unique granite farmhouse sink, gorgeous custom cabinetry and walk-in pantry. A full bath with incredible glassed-in stone shower and vintage pedestal sink, rescued from New York's famed Metropolitan Opera House, completes this level. Up a flight of stairs you'll discover the large vaulted living area, once the sanctuary. Highlights include the floor-to-ceiling original stained glass windows, wide-width pine floors, bead-board ceilings, chestnut moldings and a soaring brick fireplace flanked by striking custom built-ins. This level also holds a guest bedroom and an additional room earmarked as a future bathroom. Two sets of stairs lead up to the gorgeous master bedroom (choir) loft with intricately-detailed iron railing rescued from an antique store on Martha's Vineyard. The huge master closet has sliding hand-carved salvaged barn shutter doors. An unfinished attic runs the full length of the house and provides plenty of extra storage space or the next owner's dream project. This meticulously restored and maintained property offers the perfect balance of historic character with modern updates for everyday living. This home utilizes energy-conscious, discretely placed solar panels. Great commuter location! An hour outside of Manhattan, close to train/bus service into NYC, 1 hour to Philadelphia, 45 minutes to Newark Airport.