The median home value in Stockton, NJ is $640,000.
the county median home value of $430,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Stockton, NJ is $640,000.
Approximately 69% of Stockton homes are owned,
compared to 23% rented, while
8% are vacant.
Stockton real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Eagleâs Bluff on the Delaware defines the luxurious riverfront lifestyle. A private drive and long driveway lead to your natural sanctuary, complete with panoramic views of the Bullâs Island walking bridge, soaring eagles, the meandering Delaware River and the elevated palisades across the river. Whether this home is destined as a weekend retreat or a full-time residence, youâll appreciate the attention to detail and forethought thatâs evident in every aspect of the magnificent construction and location. The raised homeâs layout and materials compliment the natural aesthetics of the river view; youâll find HardieÂ® Exterior Siding, radiant heated floors, a full water treatment system, panoramic windows as-well-as custom masonry, hardwood(s) and millwork throughout. ** The 1st level features a four car garage and sunroom/exercise room with hot tub. Step outside and youâll find the complete riparian entertainment and relaxation setting with covered porches and a riverfront stone patio granting access to everything the river has to offer. ** Your choice - take the elevator or stairs to the 2nd level featuring a Great Room open floorplan that contains the living room area, the dining area and kitchen to create one contiguous space in order to capture the breathtaking views of the Delaware River. The Living Room features hardwood floors, stone walls, wood burning fireplace and custom millwork. Bathed in natural light, the custom cherry kitchen features Corian countertops, stainless appliances, a gas stove and a bonus convection oven. A bonus room/bedroom, full bath and expansive foyer complete this level. ** The 3rd level boasts the primary bedroom suite with a walk-in dressing area leading to a large office/bedroom area with a walkout balcony for enjoying elevated majestic views. Completing this level is another bedroom and spectacular bathroom with large soaking tub. Every dawn is an anticipated event as you watch from your bed as the sun rises over the walking bridge.** There are two sheds for storing your bikes, boats, kayaks, canoes and fishing gear. Explore and experience the dining and culture of the Rivertowns - youâre just minutes to Stockton, Lambertville and New Hope. Fast and easy access from New York and Philadelphia. Schedule your tour today and discover why life really is better on the river!
Thornewood Farm is the perfect country estate, offering the ultimate versatility to accommodate the multi-faceted needs of today's world. Whether you're an equestrian or looking for a beautiful country escape and entertaining space, this property has it all! Set back on 36 bucolic, preserved acres in the heart of Hunterdon County's horse country, this stunning estate is conveniently located between NYC and Philadelphia, with Princeton nearby. The spacious home, spanning 4 levels, offers artfully crafted millwork, gourmet kitchen, extraordinary 2-story great room, finished walkout lower level, and a 1-st floor guest wing with private access making the layout ideal for multi-generational living. The possibilities are endless for entertainment and recreational use. The equestrian facility provides a custom, state-of-the-art 19-stall barn with tack room, heated office and bathroom, a 140' x 90' outdoor arena, and 8 pastures. The barn's 2-story center isle allows for flex space for the car enthusiast, hobbyist, or a party with friends. The area offers the ultimate in veterinary/support services to keep your horses healthy & safe! While a tranquil setting with picturesque views, shopping, dining, and recreational opportunities are close by. Enjoy all the charm that nearby river towns of Stockton, Lambertville and New Hope offer!
This historic farmstead, set in the heart of Sergeantsville, offers optimal versatility and potential with an updated circa 1830 farmhouse, four outbuildings, a stone spring house and two rental apartments, all set on 20 bucolic acres. The home is a lovely marriage of old world charm and modern convenience. A large glassed-in sun porch delivers you to the original front door with transom windows and period doorbell. Enter into a large and cozy living room with random-width pegged pine floors that carry on through the main level. From here your eye will be drawn to the back of the home where a fantastic sunroom stretches the width of the home and affords unobstructed long-distance views of rolling farmland. Off the living room is a well-appointed dining room with abundant windows and period built-in. Just beyond is the beautiful fully-renovated kitchen, boasting granite countertops and white Shaker cabinets. There is a glass tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances, including double ovens, and a large center island. An undermount sink is set beneath a garden window, adjacent to a small porch with storage and steps leading down to the yard. A first-floor bedroom and full bathroom offers maximum flexibility and complete the main level. Upstairs there are three generously-sized bedrooms and a fully renovated bathroom with glass shower and radiant heat floors. The full walk-out basement is home to laundry facilities and abundant storage. A finished portion has a home office, complete with floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace and a charming glassed-in porch with private entrance for clients. Multiple outbuilding includes a huge bank barn with electricity, three-car garage with attached tractor bay, and corn crib. Plus two large one-bedroom apartments with beautiful views and great rental history make for great investment potential. Opportunity awaits in this special property; with great proximity to charming river towns and commuting corridors, the possibilities are endless.
Set on over 11 beautifully landscaped acres, this 7 bedroom 7.3 bath French manor home offers the perfect combination of grandeur & warmth. Deer Sprung Manor Farm is a custom-built home set at the end of a tree lined drive, far from the bustle yet minutes from New Hope, Lambertville, Flemington, Frenchtown and Princeton. All the rooms on the main floor have large windows overlooking the gardens, deck & patio. This home offers a spacious gourmet kitchen with 2 Subzero refrigerators, 2 dishwashers, dual ovens, granite countertops, gas & electric burner cooktops, & multiple pantries. The primary bedroom includes 2 sitting areas, plenty of closets, steam shower, separate rainfall shower, jetted tub, and dual sink Italian marble vanity & floor. Additional features include multiple nanny, in law & home office suites, a 30' x 22' fitness room with 30' ceiling with sauna, huge play areas, whole house generator, 2 garages, 7 gas fireplaces, multi-room sound system, full basement with foundation for indoor pool & wine cellar plus an elevator, outdoor pool, hot tub & versatile 2-story barn, perfect for artists & musicians. Handicap accessible. Easy commute to NYC & Philly. Highly rated private & public schools nearby.
Just an hourâs drive to NYC and Philadelphia, the idyllic Delaware Township has long been an escape for weekend homeowners and commuters alike, including the Roebling family. Scion John A. Roebling was the civil engineer behind the Brooklyn Bridge and numerous other suspension bridges. And while the area has its fair share of historic homesteads, Red Bridge Farm, once home to a Roebling heir, is unique among them. Nestled on 16+ acres along the serene Wickecheoke Creek, and featuring terraced gardens, a saltwater pool, all-weather tennis court, pool house w/ spa shower and wet bar, this historic property has been artfully transformed into a soothing, modern-day retreat that preserves the old world feel of a 19th century stone farmhouse. And feels worlds away from the cityâs bustle. Comprised of a 4-bedroom, 3 1/2 bath fieldstone main residence, stone writerâs cottage with fireplace, and separate caretakerâs apartment (above a heated 2-car garage), the property is ideal for hosting family and friends, while affording everyone a welcome privacy. Originally built in 1805, Red Bridge Farm was home to two generations of the storied Rittenhouse family (considered the founders of Americaâs paper industry). The estate has historically been used as a weekend escape by its owners, whose number (while relatively few) included philanthropist, Mary G. Roebling (Americaâs first female Bank owner). In the 1980s, the owners commissioned a modern addition by celebrated architect Manuel Fernandez-Casteleiro (designer of Battery Park City and Sohoâs Dean & Deluca) featuring expanses of glass that allow residences to enjoy the verdant grounds year-round; and a custom kitchen designed to gourmet chef standards of efficiency and access. Red Bridge Farmâs sense of bucolic isolation resonates more powerfully than ever. With New Jerseyâs only remaining covered bridge within walking distance, and its storied connection to the Brooklyn Bridge, Red Bridge Farm is both a bridge to the past and a promise for the future. The property resonates with a unique history. And with its swimming holes, trout fishing and tow paths, itâs an idyllic place for families to build on that history. The estateâs dreamlike calm and surrounding preserved farmland belie the breadth of available sporting activities: Fishing; Boating; Ballooning; A destination for cycling groups from around the country; Walking and jogging along the Delaware River Tow Path; Hiking; Riding; Golf; Tennis; Bird Watching. The many cultural and culinary destinations nearby offer something for everyone: Local farm produce; Local breweries and distilleries; Great restaurants; ArtYard Contemporary Art Center; Music; Wineries; Festivals; Historic Bucks County Playhouse; New Hope and Lambertville nightlife only 10-15 minutes; Proximity to Princeton; Rich in history and historic buildings.