Barrington is a borough in Camden County which borders Bellmawr, Haddon Heights, Haddonfield, Lawnside, Magnolia, Runnemede and Tavistock. It's location is great for anyone that adores the small town feel but with easy access to metro areas and shopping. As a mature and well established community, the housing styles you will find will be ranch homes, cape cod, bungalows, and colonials. If you are considering buying a home in Barrington, you can start by browsing the new listings in Barrington on this page, or use the search function to see all of the homes for sale in Barrington. NJ. If you need assistance, we are happy to help, just contact us and a Barrington real estate agent will be at your service!
Barrington New Jersey was first settled in 1703 by William Clark who purchased around 300 acres of land for farming purposes, and for almost 250 years the land stayed under the Clark name until it was broken up after World War II in order to create several smaller operating farms just on the outskirts of what was now a bustling part of the Centre Township. Rich in history, some of the earliest toll roads or 'turnpikes' went through this area and were controlled by the local government of Barrington, which gave them a bit of power over the early commerce in the region, and turned them into a prominent township while the area was still in its early years.
Located in Camden County, the small town of 7,000 has managed to stay deeply rooted in its rural roots, and many of the early farms that were created are still operational to this day, giving Barrington a more rural feel than other boroughs in the same region, and lending to the peaceful nature of this venerated community.
Barrington, like many of the other small boroughs in this area, has its own school district which serves grades K-8, but for grades 9-12 the students attend Haddon Heights High School which is located right next door. Also, Barrington has its own local governing body, and is part of the New Jersey State 5th Legislative District.
Although already an old community by then, Barrington was not recognized by the New Jersey State Legislature as a borough until 1917, and since that time it has fallen even more into its niche of tucked away community that is known as a quiet, and peaceful town. Also, with a great location, the commutes from Barrington to many of the nearby metropolitan areas is a breeze, making this an ideal place to live for a potential homeowner looking for a place to get away from the day to day grind of the city.
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Welcome to 15 Cedar Ave. This home has had a total makeover and addition done in the last year. Hardwood floors throughout the home. 42' cherry cabinets with granite co...
Listing courtesy of Compass New Jersey, LLC.
Location, location, location...........Shows and looks like a model home. This 3-4 bedroom, 2 full bath colonial on oversized lot in Tavistock Hills section of town has...
Listing courtesy of Daniel R White REALTOR.
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