Audubon, NJ Real Estate
Audubon, New Jersey is located in Camden County. Nearby cities and towns include Haddon Heights, Oaklyn, Audubon Park, Mount Ephraim, Collingswood, Barrington, Bellmawr, Haddonfield, Woodlynne, Gloucester City, Tavistock, Brooklawn, Runnemede, Lawnside, Magnolia, Golden Triangle, Westville, Ashland, Glendora, Camden, Barclay, Ellisburg, Somerdale, Merchantville, Cherry Hill Mall, Hi-Nella, Kingston Estates, Echelon, Stratford, Springdale, Woodbury, Greentree, Laurel Springs, National Park, Blackwood, Woodbury Heights, Lindenwold, Gibbsboro, Ramblewood, Clementon, Oak Valley, Marlton, Moorestown-Lenola, Palmyra, Wenonah, Pine Hill, Turnersville, Riverton, Pine Valley, Philadelphia, Paulsboro, Colwyn, Berlin, Yeadon, Darby, Sharon Hill, East Lansdowne, Millbourne, Folcroft, Collingdale, Pitman, Lansdowne, Aldan, Glenolden, Gibbstown, Norwood, Clifton Heights, Penn Wynne, Prospect Park, Drexel Hill, Narberth, Glassboro, Richwood, Rockledge, Ridley Park, Rutledge, Folsom, Morton, Mullica Hill, Ardmore, Eddystone, Beverly, Medford Lakes, Cornwells Heights, Wyncote, Jenkintown, Woodlyn, Swarthmore, Arcadia University, Haverford College, Williamstown, Wyndmoor, Chesilhurst, Eddington, Glenside, Clayton, Broomall, Bryn Mawr, Swedesboro, Chester, Parkside, Flourtown, Oreland, Upland, Rose Valley, Croydon, Media, Brookhaven, Bryn Athyn, Burlington, Beckett, Conshohocken, West Conshohocken, Willow Grove, Trainer, Fort Washington, Trevose, Feasterville, Plymouth Meeting, Victory Lakes, Bristol, Village Green-Green Ridge, Marcus Hook, Linwood, Hulmeville, Leisuretowne, Lima, Pedricktown, Hatboro, Ambler, Boothwyn, Penndel, Horsham, Blue Bell, Bridgeport, Maple Glen, Warminster Heights, Langhorne Manor, Florence, Chester Heights, Pemberton, Elmer, Woodstown, Langhorne, Norristown, Claymont, Pemberton Heights, Levittown, Churchville, King of Prussia, Devon, Spring House, Ivyland, Roebling, Tullytown, Berwyn, Village Shires, Ardentown, Ardencroft, Arden, Hammonton, Juliustown, Collings Lakes, Fairless Hills, Richboro, Woodbourne, Newfield, Folsom, Penns Grove, Chesterbrook, Bellefonte, Carneys Point, Cheyney University, Newtown, Paoli, North Wales, Fieldsboro, Olivet, Edgemoor, and Trooper. Audubon is a suburban community with a population of 8,847. The median household income is $74,011. In Audubon, 52% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 25% of the households. Half the population of Audubon commutes 20 minutes or less to work, with 69% of residents holding white collar jobs and 31% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Audubon, NJ is 61 years, with 68% of those homes owned, 27% rented, and 5% not occupied. In the previous year, 100 Audubon properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Audubon in the previous year was $172,495.