Medford NJ Homes for Sale

Nestled within the South Jersey Pinelands, Medford Township residents are able to enjoy the beautiful wooded landscape surrounding the homes and communities.  Medford real estate is ideal for anyone who appreciates all the natural beauty the Pinelands has to offer.  Those looking for homes for sale in Medford can choose between living in historic village of Medford, or the surrounding more rural areas.  There are a number of communities where you can find single family houses, townhomes, and condos, as well as, two active adult communities.  Look through the Medford homes for sale below and give me a call if you would like to tour any of the homes.

A Bit About Medford NJ

Sold to a gentleman named Samual Coles in 1670, the area known as Medford consisted of about 900 acres of land. Within just a few years time it´s known that several families moved to the Medford area, these families included the Braddocks, Picketts, Strattons, Branins, and Wilkins. The area was then known as Upper Evesham, and continued to grow one family at a time, whose homes were scattered all about the land. Growth was slow, but it was continuous as many families realized the great location of the area and the promise that it held for the future.

From the time that the land was sold to Samual Coles in 1670 until the American Revolutionary War many roads were built still exist today. Included in these old and historic roads are the Oliphant´s Mill, Christopher´s Mill, and Shamong Trail. Like many rural and largely undeveloped areas, Upper Evesham struggled after the American Revolution to continue to draw settlers and income for the people in the area, but eventually the people really pulled together as a united village. It wasn´t until March 1847 that Medford separated from Evesham Township and incorporated its own township.

While the town separated itself, it wasn´t until the Cival War was over that the town began to really boom.  The location of the town really helped to attract settlers as it was near the major raile route.  While the mills are what originally drove the Medford economy, the mill industry would decline but the proximity to Philidelphia and Camden county continued and still continue to bring in new families all the time.  Medford offers people that work in the city the ability to live in the country, so Medford still, after all these years has a very ideal location.

Real Estate Services in Medford

Determining how much your home in Medford is worth is the first step.  Our team of experienced professionals will perform a market analysis, review all the market trends and real estate market activity, and give you a recommendation to help you get your home sold for the highest price in the shortest amount of time.   Just give us a call!

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