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Springfield Real Estate

Historically significant, Springfield real estate hot spots are near the former site of the Battle of Springfield. As one of the major battles in the Revolutionary War, this fight marked a turning point in American history. In addition to having a famous battle site within its boundaries, Springfield was also home to the 2005 PGA Championship and the U.S. open for Golf. Incorporated as a city in 1974, this beautiful area encompasses a total of 15,817 occupants.

Despite its densely populated borders, Springfield manages to be a surprisingly relaxing area to live. Residents are close to many of the state’s main thoroughfares and can easily visit a variety of shopping venues within the city. Individuals in this city can enjoy having private swimming pools, an ice-skating rink, playgrounds, golf courses and verdant parks all at their fingertips.

Within the graceful confines of this historic town, visitors will find three public elementary schools. These include Edward V. Walton School, James Caldwell Elementary School and Thelma L. Sandmeier Elementary School. Older students can enroll at Florence M. Gaudineer Middle School or Jonathan Dayton High School. The two private schools in the region are Temple Beth and St. James the Apostle Catholic School.

Getting around Spring is a breeze for commuters. The area is bisected by a number of interstates and highways that help to cut down on travel time. The New Jersey Transit system provides bus service to different points in the state and to Midtown Manhattan. Despite having high-quality roadways, Springfield is lacking in railway transportation options. If residents want to hop on a train, they have to head over to nearby Short Hills or Millburn. Residents who are headed on vacation will be able to easily reach the Newark Liberty International Airport. Located ten miles west of Springfield, the airport has various parking options available nearby.

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