The City can be a challenging place to raise a family. You want great public schools in which your kids can learn. You want a lower property tax burden. You want enough space for your growing clan. Maybe you even want a yard.
Solutions to these dilemmas can be found in Essex County’s Verona, where you can move to the suburbs without sacrificing dining, culture, or easy access to the city.
As a resident fondly describes the town in an interview with the New York Times: “It’s so cute, the kids all walk to school. They know who the crossing guard is. It’s a very Norman Rockwell setting.” Located next to Montclair, Verona boasts a wide variety of housing options, as well as easy access to the highways.
We know that no matter how satisfying your suburban home is, you still want a life worth living. That’s why this Verona residence stands out. You’re less than a five-minute walk away from the express bus to New York City and within 2 miles of four NJ Transit train stations on the Montclair-Boonton Line (Walnut Street, Watchung Avenue, Bay Street and Upper Montclair), making commuting to the city a breeze.
LIMITLESS LOCAL EATS
What is there to do when you want to stay local? With trendy downtown Montclair less than two miles away, the options are almost limitless; there are more restaurants then we can name.
What is there to do when you want to stay local? With trendy downtown Montclair less than two miles away, the options are almost limitless; there are more local activities than we can name.