Open House - 1:00 to 4:00Gloria Nilson and Co. Real Estate107 Buckingham Avenue107 Buckingham AvenueTrentonNJ08618https://propertyimage.leadingre.com/123445/0x6FD9C8DD40D1BB6168C1D54FF41BA064/1.jpgThe best bargain in Hiltonia. This well cared for but a little datedclassic,center hall Dutch Colonial has lots of space. The living room offers a stone fireplace and 2 sets of french doors leading to a front screened porch that is the perfect place for morning coffee or evening relaxing. A bright formal dining room, kitchen with ample cabinetry, breakfast nook, and a back hall powder room complete the first floor. The second floor MBR has 2 large corner closets,and its own bath with wide shower stall. The main bath and 2 additional bedrooms complete this level, The 3rd floor has a large heated BR, powder room. The adjacent storage area has a large walkin cedar closet. The rear, shaded yard, has a 2 car detached garage. Come and see it this could be your next home.
Mercer County is located on the banks of the Delaware River, nearly equidistant from New York and Philadelphia. Its population of 350,000 is divided among a number of municipalities that comprise the county’s 229 miles. Mercer County is perhaps best known as the home of several important educational facilities, including Princeton University, The College of New Jersey, Rider University, and the Princeton Theological Seminary. The county is also considered part of the Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District, one of the state’s best. This accounts for the many families that relocate to Mercer County each year.
Trenton, which has a population of 83,000, is not only the county seat but also New Jersey’s capital. Thus, Mercer is often referred to as the “Capital County.” Since the 1980s, Trenton has experienced a significant renaissance, thanks in large part to the Trenton Tunnel Project, which converted a major thoroughfare into a tunnel topped with a 6.5-acre waterfront green space known as South Riverwalk Park. Like the county, the city is also known for its schools; seven charter schools call Trenton home, as does the Trenton Community Music School, which offers a non-profit arts program.
In short, Mercer offers a high quality of life combined with all the amenities you’d expect from one of the nation’s wealthiest counties. This makes Mercer County a great place to consider when relocating.
Trenton Home inventory breakdown by property type
Of the 40 homes for sale in Trenton, the breakdown of property types
is as follows: 63% Single Family, 10% Townhouse, 5% Multi Family and 23% Other.
63% Single Family
Area details, home facts and figures
Homes for sale
Average Home Size
1,294 ft² / 120 m²
($26,400 - $535,900)
Weather in Trenton
The average high temperatures in Trenton range from 40 in January to 86 in July
Average home income in Trenton
The average household income of a Trenton resident is $78,622 with an average home value of $257,385
Population of Trenton
Trenton has 223,807 residents.
Home ownership in Trenton
The average level of home ownership in Trenton is 60%.
Education breakdown of Trenton
Education levels of residents of Trenton include: highschool 34%, associate 6%, bachelor 15%, graduate 8%.
Households in Trenton
Trenton has 81,739 homes, built on average 61 years ago.
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You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 39 homes for sale in Trenton. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Townhouse, Multi Family and Other. The average list price of these property results is 117,589. Prices are shown as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Trenton please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.
The 40 homes for sale in Trenton, NJ are represented by 3 member brokerages serving the Trenton area. Member brokerages representing the 40 homes include WEICHERT, REALTORS®, Weidel Real Estate and Gloria Nilson and Co. Real Estate.