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Great Living in North Caldwell, NJ

Rated among the top 25 best places to live in New Jersey, North Caldwell is a small (just over 7,000 people) town filled with spacious homes shaded by tall trees, and surrounded by beautiful lawns and gardens. Located just west of Manhattan, the town has a rich community life including a swim team whose home base is the town’s Olympic-size pool; a town-wide picnic on Labor Day weekend; newcomers’ night; 4th of July fireworks; and a pancake breakfast each October to benefit the North Caldwell Volunteer Fire Department. In addition, a wide variety of children’s programs enrich the services offered by the borough. North Caldwell is part of the West Essex Regional School System for grade 7 through 12 (there are two elementary schools within the borough). The West Essex Regional High School was among the top 50 best public high schools in the state of NJ.

Weather in Caldwell

The average high temperatures in Caldwell range from 37 in January to 85 in July

Average home income in Caldwell

The average household income of a Caldwell resident is $150,740 with an average home value of $575,952

Population of Caldwell

Caldwell has 24,863 residents.

Home ownership in Caldwell

The average level of home ownership in Caldwell is 76%.

Education breakdown of Caldwell

Education levels of residents of Caldwell include: highschool 18%, associate 6%, bachelor 34%, graduate 22%.

Households in Caldwell

Caldwell has 9,388 homes, built on average 59 years ago.