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The Village of Ridgewood is one of only four villages in New Jersey, joining Loch Arbour, Ridgefield Park and South Orange. It has a population of approximately 25,000 people. Ridgewood boasts excellent schools, extensive recreational programs and beautiful parks, as well as a variety of real estate choices.

Residents of Ridgewood enjoy the many shopping, dining and recreational options offered throughout Bergen County, as well as the borough’s close proximity to the world-renowned cultural and entertainment activities in nearby New York City. Ridgewood is conveniently located in close proximity to many major roadways and offers public transportation by bus or train to New York City and beyond.

Ridgewood has an interesting history and culture, and residents and visitors alike enjoy its many shops, dining and entertainment options. The Village of Ridgewood Public School system is comprised of nine public schools and one additional school facility, which houses a pre-school program and a private day care center. The village is home to one pre-school, six elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school.

With extensive recreational and entertainment options, a large variety of homes for sale and property types to offer, not to mention the city’s close proximity to New York City, it is not surprising that Ridgewood real estate attracts buyers and renters from across the county and around the state.

Ridgewood is almost a six square mile village in Northeastern Bergen County, Fifteen miles from New York City. It was originally the home of the Leni-Lenape Indians; Dutch settlers followed. When the Paterson and Ramapo laid tracks and established a station wealthy New Yorkers looking for summer recreation built estates in the area, and eventually became year-round residents. Today, Ridgewood has a population of over twenty-four thousand residents, thriving business district, hospital, and a nationally recognized school system.


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