Haddon Heights Homes for Sale

Welcome to the Borough of Haddon Heights! Known for it’s small town feel and desirable location, Haddon Heights real estate is sought after by those wishing the combination of historic charm and modern conveniences.  With the high speed line only a few miles away, those wishing to commute by train may want to consider the homes for sale in Haddon Heights. Not only does this charming town offer easy access for travelers, it has received recognition from multiple organizations for the quality of life it has to offer.  New Jersey Monthly magazine ranked Haddon Heights as the 98th best place to live in New Jersey in its 2008 rankings of the “Best Places To Live” in New Jersey, and the borough has also been listed among its “Classic Towns of Greater Philadelphia” by the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. In 2011, New Jersey Monthly named Haddon Heights the second best town to live in Southern New Jersey, after Moorestown Township. Use the following links to view the Haddon Heights listings currently available, we have every real estate listing in our database.

A Bit About Haddon Heights

In 1666 the area now known as Haddon Heights, New Jersey, located in Camden County, was settled by Quakers and Baptists wanting to get away from Puritan settlements in New Hampshire in order to practice their beliefs within the confines of their own communities. The area started out with a few farms dotting the landscape, and then grew into a community over the years with the first framed building going up in or around 1720, having been built by the hands of one David Hinchman.

Later the community attracted men like Col. Joseph Elis, a renowned Revolutionary war hero, who had placed his stake in the community, and others such as Benjamin Lippencott and Charles Hillman who would bring a rail station to town in 1890.

With the addition of an Atlantic Railway Company station, the community grew and flourished, gaining population rapidly, until 1904 when the New Jersey State Legislature recognized it as an official township and Haddon Heights became a borough.

Many of the homes in Haddon Heights are Princess Anne four squares that date back many years which adds to the overall feel of nostalgia that seems prevalent within the township's area, and it continues to grow at a slow but steady rate to this day.

While small, the town has its own independent school district for grades K-12 and with a northern location and railway access it makes commuting to New York a breeze if one so desires. Also with a population of only around 8,000, it is the perfect place to get away and leave the worries of city life behind, while still having easy access if need be.

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