Despite the town’s 2 square mile radius, this quaint town used to be a major army distribution site in World War II, with a central monument as a memorial representing its New Jersey history. This town is at the crossroads of many major highways, making it advantageous for commuters around the area. Cresskill is located a humble distance from New York City, with 19 miles between them. The population of Cresskill as of 2015 is 8,434. The average household size is 3 person families. The town is very communal with regard to its small area, but it certainly doesn’t lack amenities and opportunity for individuals and families to thrive and call home.
Cresskill is filled with fine residential housing. Anything you set your sights on you will most definitely fall in love with; and with such a diverse range of styles you are sure to find your dream home. With your home comes the convenience of the small town stores and restaurants that provide residents with everything they could need. When moving to a new town, socialization is key. If you visit this town you will find a strong sense of community. Everything is within a comfortable walking distance, so you will find many adults and kids gathering in the town. Transportation by bus is provided from Cresskill to the Lincoln Tunnel, Rockland County, George Washington Bridge, and Port Authority Bus Terminal. Cresskill is surrounded by beautiful towns with many other options for entertainment and necessities, just 15 minutes maximum distance away.
The town provides 2 elementary schools, 1 middle school, and 1 high school; all having very high performance levels maintaining the Bergen County Academic reputation. Every public school Cresskill has to offer has achieved a 8 or higher rating based on students’ test scores. Ranging from Pre-K to High School , your child will have an educational career filled with success, given the tools he or she needs for their next step in life.
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