It's tough to come up with a list like the "Best 50 Towns to Live in in America" but recently Stacker did just that. This list has some of the best places to live in America and New Jersey has a town in the Top 50.


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We have some great towns right here at the Jersey Shore and I think we all enjoy living here in Ocean, Burlington, and Monmouth Counties. This town chosen by Stacker is located in West Windsor Township, Mercer County.

Stacker placed Princetown Junction at number 46 in their Top 50 best places to live in America. According to their article, these were some of the highlighted findings.

- Population: 2,336
- Population that owns a home: 82%
- Population that rents a home: 18%
- Median household income: $231,094




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In addition, the Stacker article said "Princeton Junction, an affluent area, has a suburban feel with low crime rates and highly rated schools. Residents have close access to grocery stores, restaurants, playgrounds, and theme parks. As of December 2021, the average cost for a home in Princeton Junction was $650,000."

Have you ever been to Princeton Junction? Give us your review and comments, and post them below. We always love getting your feedback.


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By the way, the Stacker article, named Chesterbrook, Pennsylvania as the best town to live in, in America.

- Population: 4,800
- Population that owns a home: 77%
- Population that rents a home: 23%
- Median household income: $130,000

I have not been to Chesterbrook but if you have, we would love to hear your review and if you agree with the Stacker article. "Residents enjoy top-quality schools, parklands, quiet streets, and safety in Chesterbrook, Pennsylvania, a suburb that's about a 30-minute drive from Philadelphia. It's adjacent to Valley Forge National Historical Park, the site of the 1777-1778 winter encampment of George Washington and the Continental Army. During that time, the ragtag soldiers trained to become a disciplined and unified force."


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