A well rounded community with an ideal balance of pleasant suburban living & big city conveniences. A buyer who is looking for a home to fit his family's way of living will most certainly be impressed by the variety and quality of homes he will find here.
The area encompassing this community is rich in history from Revolutionary days. In keeping with this significant background, many public and private groups have been formed in recent years to provide facilities in special interest clubs, workshops for various crafts, and centers for the performing arts.
West Orange is 17 miles from Manhattan and many residents commute to the city. The buses are easily accessible, with a commuting distance of 34 miles to the Port Authority. While there is no NJ Transit train station in West Orange, stations are not far away in Orange and South Orange. Route 280, an interstate spur linking West Orange with the New Jersey Turnpike, the Holland Tunnel and Route 80, cuts through the community.
Although many residents are New York oriented, West Orange maintains its own identity. There are two shopping centers in town, more than 1,000 acres of dedicated woodlands in two large parks, and several first-class restaurants. West Orange is also the home of the Turtle Back Zoo, with more than 750 animals, that is open year-round, the South Mountain ice skating arena and the Edison National Historic Site.
For more information on Westfield, visit www.westorange.org
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