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As New Jersey’s capital city, Trenton is by far one of the most popular destinations to purchase a home in the state. Situated in Mercer County, Trenton is home to more than 84,000 people. This popular city is a great place to purchase real estate and there are many reasons you should consider moving here.

Trenton’s weather falls under the category of humid subtropical, with four distinct seasons. The winters are cold and often wet, with temperatures slinking down to just below freezing. On the other hand, summers are hot and humid. It is not uncommon for the temperature to exceed 90 degrees.

There are several Trenton neighborhoods to choose from, with many distinct communities in which to create a home. North and South Ward are very diverse locations with many gorgeous pieces of real estate to consider. East Ward is a small neighborhood, but it still captures a snapshot of the city just the same. The most suburban neighborhood in Trenton is definitely West Ward.

Trenton residents take their education seriously. Two colleges are located in the city limits: Thomas Edison State College and Mercer County Community College. The Trenton Public Schools include three high schools, more than 15 elementary school options and at least five middle school options. Several charter schools and private schools also make a home here.

In your search to find that perfect home, you should not overlook Trenton’s beauty. There are many beautiful neighborhoods to choose from whether you are looking for a suburban home or chic city digs.
Average price in Trenton
Average price per  sq.feet  $158
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Average price per  sq.feet  $1.52
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