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Profile: Cranbury, NJ

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This lovely historic town of Cranbury located in the central part of NJ has easy access to both New York City and Philadelpia. Rt130 and Rt1 are the major roadways that connect Cranbury to South Brunswick, Monroe Township, Princeton and West Windsor neighbors. High School students attend Princeton High school. For an easy New York City commute, the New Jersey turnpike in within 2-3 miles from Cranbury or drive 1 mile to the Park and Ride and take a bus. Princeton Junction train station is close by also.

Celebrating its 300th anniversary in 1997, Cranbury is one of the oldest towns in New Jersey. Cranbury derived its name from the brook on whose banks it had its beginning. During its early history the settlement was situated on an Indian Trail and later the village became an important stop on a main thoroughfare between the northern and southern colonies.

It is believed that there were settlers in Cranbury as early as 1680, but the first written record of a land sale “with improvements” was 1698. The Gristmill, built on Cranberry Brook around 1736, was probably the nucleus for the eventual development of the village.

Cranbury Township School District consists of: 1 Elementary School (K-8) High School sends to Princeton. Total enrollment in the Elementary School is 418 and there are 18 pupils per class.

The cost of single family housing ranges from $125,000 to $650,000+. The 2002 Tax Rate is 3.09; the Ratio is 72.09.

Cranbury Township Info:

23-A North Main Street
Cranbury , New Jersey 08512
609-395-0900 609-395-8861 fax

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