Highland Park

Highland Park is located within an hour’s drive of both Philadelphia and New York City and sits on the northern bank of the Raritan River. It is the birthplace to many well-known scientists, authors, and academics as well as a few famous entertainers such as Fred Astaire and his sister Adele and Kirk Douglas and his son Michael Douglas.

The history and architecture of Highland Park is due in part to influential architect Alexander Merchant who designed over a dozen buildings in town. Another contributor is the Livingston Manor Corporation. They developed homes in the area of Grant Ave., Lawrence Ave., and North Second Ave. among many other historic homes which is now known as the Livingston Manor Historic District.

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Rt. 27, or Raritan Ave, runs through the middle of town and is home to most of the county’s commerce. Restaurants, gift stores, banks and more line the main drag. As a diverse town, when you visit Highland Park, you’ll get to enjoy food from all different cultures. Restaurants include Venezuelan, Turkish, Greek, Italian, and Mexican cuisine among others. Main Street Highland Park also hosts a variety of community events such as the Friday Farmer’s Market, Halloween celebrations, fun runs, craft markets, and a winter holiday kickoff. 

 On the south side of town is Donaldson Park. This large recreational area covers 81 acres and includes multiple amenities. Sports fields include soccer, baseball, and tennis and basketball courts. In addition to all the athletic fields, there are a number of picnic groves, playgrounds, a boat ramp, a dog park, and a community garden called Highland Park Good Earth Garden. Visitors don’t have to worry about parking either because there is various parking lots.

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Average Price of Homes in Highland Park

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Highland Park Homes Inventory

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