Trenton, NJ Real Estate
Trenton, New Jersey is located in Mercer County. Nearby cities and towns include Morrisville, Mercerville, White Horse, Yardley, Woodside, Lawrenceville, Fairless Hills, Bordentown, Hamilton Square, Yardville, Fieldsboro, Tullytown, Levittown, Woodbourne, Groveville, Pennington, Robbinsville, Roebling, Florence, Langhorne, Newtown, Langhorne Manor, Penndel, Hulmeville, Bristol, Allentown, Princeton Junction, Princeton, Newtown Grant, Village Shires, Burlington, Hopewell, Croydon, Plainsboro Center, Churchville, Richboro, Trevose, Feasterville, Hightstown, Princeton Meadows, Blawenburg, Eddington, Kingston, Lambertville, Rocky Hill, Beverly, New Hope, Skillman, Cornwells Heights, Cranbury, Twin Rivers, East Rocky Hill, Heathcote, Juliustown, Roosevelt, Wrightstown, Monmouth Junction, McGuire AFB, Ivyland, Ten Mile Run, Harlingen, New Egypt, Stockton, Clearbrook Park, Kendall Park, Bryn Athyn, Dayton, Fort Dix, Warminster Heights, Rossmoor, Belle Mead, Griggstown, Concordia, Pemberton, Whittingham, Hatboro, Pleasant Plains, Pemberton Heights, Jamesburg, Franklin Park, Willow Grove, Riverton, Rockledge, Horsham, Browns Mills, Doylestown, Flemington, Blackwells Mills, Moorestown-Lenola, Helmetta, Palmyra, Six Mile Run, Millstone, Jenkintown, East Millstone, Englishtown, Glenside, Maple Glen, Wyncote, Country Lake Estates, Clyde, Ramblewood, New Britain, Leisuretowne, Middlebush, Spotswood, Voorhees, Weston, Plumsteadville, Yorketown, Arcadia University, Oreland, Fort Washington, Milltown, Cherry Hill Mall, Vista Center, Manville, Presidential Lakes Estates, Zarephath, Marlton, Brittany Farms-The Highlands, Chalfont, Somerset, East Franklin, Kingston Estates, Merchantville, Franklin Center, Bradley Gardens, Philadelphia, Ambler, Spring House, Wyndmoor, Ellisburg, Greentree, New Brunswick, West Freehold, and Flourtown. Trenton is an urban community with a population of 84,378. The median household income is $36,556. In Trenton, 22% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 38% of the households. Half the population of Trenton commutes 19 minutes or less to work, with 66% of residents holding white collar jobs and 34% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Trenton, NJ is 61 years, with 33% of those homes owned, 56% rented, and 11% not occupied. In the previous year, 477 Trenton properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Trenton in the previous year was $62,628.