West Windsor is one of the fastest growing residential areas facing competing demands. The biggest concern in this township is how to develop more housing yet retain some veneer of its history as a pastoral farming community dating to the Revolutionary War. The two of the most important reasons for moving to the West Windsor are its easy access to Philadelphia and New York City and its top-ranked schools. In addition to that the Route 1 corridor between Princeton and New Brunswick. These factors allure South and East Asians immigrants, who now make up 26 % of the total population.
The population of West Windsor has grown by more than 11 % to 26,000 residents in the last five years. Most of the houses in West Windsor NJ are 2,500 to 3,500 square ft. and median cost price is $750,000 to $1 million. More and more people want to buy home here to start a family and to raise kids. To meet the demand of buyers large numbers of homes are built here in different communities. All the communities working hard to compete with each other. Let’s have a look on some of the residential communities in Windsor at Westside.
Berrien Village, West Windsor
This West Windsor residential community features homes mostly built in the 1920’s, some of them even built back as far as 1895. In Berrien Village there are 133 homes available at different price range and range. Houses in west Windsor NJ ranging from 598 to 3100 square ft. fulfill the needs of different families. Community offer many highlighted features which grabs the attention of many buyers. The neighborhood attends Village upper Elementary, Maurice Hawk Elementary, Grover Middle School and High School South and is on the public sewer system. Easy access to post office, library and walkability to the train station is awesome!
Benford Estates, West Windsor
The most desirable community in West Windsor is Benford Estate. It was built in 1969 by John Alford and B.DeVito. The community offers best west Windsor houses for sale, comprises 96 four and five bedroom homes ranging from 1770 to 3250 square ft. of living space. The old community has some of the homes that were built in the early 1980s. Parents here don’t need to worry about kids schooling as kids attend Maurice Hawk Elementary, Grover Middle School, Village Upper Elementary and High School South. Benford Estate’s neighborhood is on the public sewer system. Moreover, the community has short walk to the train, post office, schools, shopping and library.
Birchwood Estates, West Windsor
Birchwood residential community comprise of 61 three, four and five bedroom homes with all updated features and community amenities. It was built in the early 1970’s by Bucci. Homes at this community are available in different sizes ranges from 1585 to 3820 square ft. buyers can demand according to their family needs and requirements. Neighborhood is on the public sewer system. Kids of the community attend Maurice Hawk Elementary, Village Upper Elementary, High School South and Grover Middle School.
Brookshyre Estates, West Windsor
This West Windsor residential community was developed in the early 1990’s by Garden State Land. It consists of 64 four and five bedroom homes which range in size from 2250 to 4270 square ft. of living space. Community has beautiful homes with scenic views and premium location makes its desirable community to raise kids and start your family. No need to worry about kids schooling; at Brookshyre children attend the Dutch Neck Elementary, Community Middle, Village Upper Elementary and High School North. Not like others this community homes use septic system.
Brookside, West Windsor
The children of Brookside neighborhood attend Maurice Hawk Elementary, Grover Middle School, Village Upper Elementary and High School South. This community was developed by Toll brothers in 1988. The community features 57 four and five bedroom homes ranging from 2600 to 4275 square ft. this neighborhood homes utilize septic system.
Brookline Estates, West Windsor
This community of West Windsor consists of four, five and six bedroom homes ranging from 3500 to 4650 square ft. of living space. It was built in 1999 by Alliance Homes. The neighborhood is on the public sewer system and children of Brookline attend Dutch Neck Elementary, Village Upper Elementary, Grover Middle and High School South.
Crown Pointe, West Windsor
The residential community Crown Pointe was built by Calton Homes in 1997, featuring 95 four, five and six bedroom homes in the development. The lavish homes here range from 3135 to 5400 square ft. walkability to Village Upper Elementary and Grover Middle School. Children are send to Dutch Neck Elementary, Grover Middle School, Village Upper Elementary and West Windsor Plainsboro High School South. The neighborhood is on public sewer system.
Dutch Neck Estates, West Windsor
It was built by Kaufmann & Board in 1985, which later becomes Calton Homes. The community consists of 02 three, four and five bedroom homes of different size, ranging from 2185 to 4125 square ft. the neighborhood is on the public sewer system. Parents send their children to Dutch Neck Elementary, Community Middle and High School North and Village Upper Elementary.
Estates of Princeton Junction, West Windsor
It was built in 2005 and 2006 by Toll Brothers and consists of 400 four, five and six bedroom single family homes ranging from 1925 to 4635 square feet and 130 townhouses ranging from 2000 to 2380 square feet. All homes are on the public sewer system. Children attend Community Middle and High School North while Masters and Signature subsections going to Maurice Hawk Elementary and Millstone River Upper Elementary. The children from Carriage subsection attending Dutch Neck Elementary and Village Upper Elementary.
Grand Preserve, West Windsor
The community was developed in 1996/1997 by SGS Communities. It is a 40 home community with four and five bedroom homes ranging in size from 2975 to 5175 square feet. Grand Preserve homes utilize septic system and children here attend Dutch Neck Elementary, Village Upper Elementary, Grover Middle and High School South.