Upper Saddle River, New Jersey Community Information

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Upper Saddle River is a prestigous and family oriented town. It has a population of just under 8,000 people. Residents enjoy beautiful homes, excellent schools and some of the best real estate in Bergen County. The town has spacious properties, and most of the town's commercial property is concentrated along its western border, which is Route 17. The town shares its postal service with the the neighboring borough of Saddle River. With well-kept neighborhoods, spacious properties, beautiful historic and contemporary homes, and a quiet, small town atmosphere, all just half an hour from New York City, Upper Saddle River is a unique town and a wonderful place to call home.

There are many shopping, dining and recreational options offered throughout the local area.Residents enjoy well-kept parks and the Saddle River that runs through town.

Upper Saddle River is located in close proximity to New York City and several major roadways, allowing fast commute times to both Manhattan and points throughout Bergen County. Many residents commute to midtown and downtown Manhattan, allowing them the best of both city life and quiet, residential living just half an hour from the office.

Upper Saddle River Public School District offers its residents an excellent school system. Children in kindergarten through grade two attend Reynolds School and students in grades three through five attend Bogert School. Cavallini Middle School serves students in grades six through eight, and high school students attend Northern Highlands High School.

With a large variety of homes for sale and a high quality of life, not to mention the town's close proximity to New York City, it is not surprising that Upper Saddle River real estate attracts a large variety of buyers from around the state.