Piscataway

The fifth oldest municipality in the state, the Township of Piscataway has connections to the earliest settlements on the eastern seaboard. History lovers should take a trip to East Jersey Old Town Village to see how the community once lived. Close by is also the Cornelius Low House which was built in 1741 and is on the National Register of Historic Places as well as the Metlar-Bodine House Museum which dates back to 1728. Piscataway is bordered by nine other townships including Dunellen, Edison, Highland Park, Middlesex Borough, New Brunswick, and South Plainfield and is conveniently located approximately one hour away from both Philadelphia and New York City.

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The nearby proximity to Rutgers University and the easy access to major cities mean many people travel through Piscataway. There are numerous hotels in the area along I-287 which bisects the town. The Embassy Suites by Hilton,  Holiday Inn, and Radisson Hotel serve the west side of town. On the other side of the township are an Extended Stay America and a Motel 6.

For those who are in town more permanently, in addition to Johnson Park where the East Jersey Old Town Village is located, those in Piscataway can enjoy the Rutgers University Ecological Preserve. Trails are open during daylight hours and average about a mile in length. Another part of Rutgers University that lies within the limits of Piscataway is the Rutgers Golf Course. Open to the public, they have a driving range, a pro shop, and offer reduced rates for students and seniors.

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Average Price of Homes in Piscataway

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Piscataway Homes Inventory

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