Long Valley, NJ Real Estate
Long Valley, New Jersey is located in Morris County. Nearby cities and towns include Chester, Beattystown, Califon, Hackettstown, Budd Lake, Port Murray, Peapack and Gladstone, Succasunna, Anderson, Vienna, Netcong, Great Meadows, Mendham, Panther Valley, Port Colden, Allamuchy, Stanhope, High Bridge, Kenvil, Lebanon, Far Hills, Glen Gardner, Bernardsville, Washington, Annandale, Hampton, Byram Center, White House Station, Oxford, Mount Arlington, Mountain Lake, Brass Castle, Buttzville, Clinton, Hope, Wharton, Bridgeville, Dover, Hopatcong, Asbury, Silver Lake, Johnsonburg, Victory Gardens, Andover, Broadway, Brookfield, Green Knoll, Mount Hermon, Bradley Gardens, Marksboro, Belvidere, Morristown, Rockaway, Morris Plains, Raritan, Martinsville, New Village, Blairstown, Delaware, White Meadow Lake, Lake Mohawk, Somerville, Hutchinson, Bloomsbury, Stewartsville, Finderne, Upper Stewartsville, Newton, Madison, Hainesburg, Harmony, Mountain Lakes, Lake Telemark, Columbia, Manville, Portland, Bound Brook, Flemington, Greenwich, Florham Park, Lopatcong Overlook, Zarephath, Watchung, Middlesex, New Providence, Brainards, South Bound Brook, Chatham, Weston, North Plainfield, Dunellen, Upper Pohatcong, Boonton, Franklin Center, Alpha, Martins Creek, Millstone, Milford, Delaware Park, Phillipsburg, Summit, Plainfield, East Millstone, Ogdensburg, East Bangor, Belle Mead, Fanwood, Frenchtown, Mountainside, Delaware Water Gap, Middlebush, Bangor, Blackwells Mills, Ackermanville, Finesville, Short Hills, Crandon Lakes, South Plainfield, Harlingen, Somerset, Society Hill, Ross Corner, Easton, Roseto, Westfield, Raubsville, Clyde, Franklin, Roseland, Kinnelon, and Six Mile Run. Long Valley is a rural community with a population of 1,896. The median household income is $104,228. In Long Valley, 62% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 43% of the households. Half the population of Long Valley commutes 31 minutes or less to work, with 68% of residents holding white collar jobs and 32% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Long Valley, NJ is 33 years, with 85% of those homes owned, 11% rented, and 4% not occupied. In the previous year, 17 Long Valley properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Long Valley in the previous year was $390,829.