Wall Real Estate, Wall NJ

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Wall, a charming township in Monmouth County, is well-known for its suburban vibe, eclectic neighborhoods, and closeness to the Jersey Shore. Wall provides residents with a desirable place to live thanks to its variety of residential areas, stunning scenery, and practical amenities.

A few miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean, Wall Township offers quick access to the picturesque Jersey Shore beaches. Along with a number of recreational opportunities, locals can take advantage of the sun, sand, and surf.

The township offers a variety of housing options, from quaint suburban communities to vast estates. Wall offers a wide range of residential areas to suit various preferences and lifestyles, whether you're looking for a family-friendly neighborhood or a more rural setting.

Read more about Wall here.

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1980 Campbell Road, Wall

$7,999,000

1980 Campbell Road, Wall

10 Beds 17 Baths 16,838 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22403931

Mark Trompeter Serhant.NewJersey LLC

2645 River Road, Wall

$6,875,000

2645 River Road, Wall

7 Beds 8 Baths 6,585 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22400430

Kim Evans M. Van Sciver REALTORS

1604 Marconi Road, Wall

$3,500,000

1604 Marconi Road, Wall

6 Beds 6 Baths 0 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22333493

Lisa Finan Chris Smith Realty

2650 E Hurley Pond Road, Wall

$1,495,000

↑ $295,000

2650 E Hurley Pond Road, Wall

0 Beds 0 Baths 0 SqFt Land/Lots MLS® # 22121404

Raymond Smith Stafford Smith Commercial Realty

1804 Celeste Drive, Wall

$1,299,999

↓ $100,000

1804 Celeste Drive, Wall

5 Beds 5 Baths 4,526 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22406766

Robert Dekanski RE/MAX 1st. Advantage

2805 Newman Way, Wall

$1,149,000

2805 Newman Way, Wall

4 Beds 3 Baths 2,966 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22409749

Linda Courey-degnan Keller Williams Realty Spring Lake

1501 Oxford Lane, Wall

$1,125,000

↓ $19,900

1501 Oxford Lane, Wall

4 Beds 3 Baths 2,000 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22406386

Thomas Defazio Keller Williams Realty Spring Lake

1500 State Route 34, Wall

$1,100,000

1500 State Route 34, Wall

0 Beds 0 Baths 0 SqFt Land/Lots MLS® # 22408464

Jamie Paradise RE/MAX Bay Point Realtors

New
1630 Glendola Road, Wall

$1,050,000

1630 Glendola Road, Wall

4 Beds 3 Baths 3,811 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22409587

John Carusio RE/MAX Central

2634 E Hurley Pond Road Main House And Carriage, Wall

$999,000

2634 E Hurley Pond Road Main House And Carriage, Wall

5 Beds 2 Baths 0 SqFt Multi-Family MLS® # 22406425

Janine Del Tufo Keller Williams Realty Central Monmouth

2831 Allaire Road, Wall

$749,900

2831 Allaire Road, Wall

4 Beds 2 Baths 2,376 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22409312

James Hannam RE/MAX Bay Point Realtors

1808 Cottage Place, Wall

$749,000

1808 Cottage Place, Wall

4 Beds 2 Baths 1,700 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22405494

Alice Farr-leonard C21/ Schlossbach Realty

Origin and History of Wall

The colonial era is the origin of the rich history of Wall. Before European settlers arrived in the region in the 17th century, the region was first inhabited by Native American tribes, including the Lenape people. The township, which had previously been a part of the larger Shrewsbury Township, was formally established as a separate entity in 1851.

Early Wall Township development was significantly influenced by the agricultural industry. The township became well-known for its agricultural products, particularly fruits and vegetables, thanks to the township's rich soil and hospitable climate, which made farming possible. There were numerous farms in the area, and for a long time, agriculture was a significant contributor to the local economy.

When the railroad finally arrived in Wall Township in the late 19th century, industry there began to expand. The township's growth was aided by the transportation infrastructure, which facilitated the movement of people and goods. New economic opportunities were created in the region as a result of industry growth, particularly in the brickmaking sector.

In the course of the 20th century, Wall Township underwent suburbanization. Residents looking for a quieter lifestyle outside of urban centers were drawn to the township by its proximity to the Jersey Shore and suburban character. To accommodate the expanding population, residential development increased and new neighborhoods were created.

The preservation of Wall Township's open spaces and natural beauty is another priority. The township is home to a number of parks, natural areas, and green spaces that offer recreational opportunities and support the preservation of the region's scenic beauty. Notably, Wall Township's Allaire State Park provides historical sites, hiking trails, and camping options.

Location and legal history of Wall

It is situated approximately 60 miles south of New York City and 70 miles east of Philadelphia. The township is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Manasquan River to the south, and the townships of Howell, Neptune, and Spring Lake to the west and north.

In terms of legal history, Wall Township operates under the framework of federal, state, and local laws. The township has its own local government responsible for creating and enforcing laws and regulations that govern the community.

Wall Township is governed by a Mayor and Township Committee, which is composed of elected officials who oversee the administration and governance of the township. They are responsible for enacting ordinances, adopting policies, managing the budget, and providing services to residents.

The legal history of Wall Township includes the establishment of zoning and land use regulations, building codes, and other ordinances that ensure orderly development and maintenance of the township. These regulations govern aspects such as land use, property rights, public safety, environmental protection, and other matters relevant to the community's well-being.

Energy and lifestyle in Wall

Wall Township provides its residents with a vibrant and diverse way of life that combines suburban charm, easy access to amenities, and scenic surroundings. The township offers a calm and welcoming environment for families, with well-kept neighborhoods and a strong sense of neighborhood.

Wall Township's proximity to the Jersey Shore gives its residents quick access to stunning beaches and a variety of recreational opportunities. Residents can take advantage of the coastal setting by swimming, surfing, boating, and enjoying other water sports like fishing.

There are many parks, playgrounds, and sports fields in the township, which makes it easy to engage in outdoor activities. In these well-kept green spaces, locals can go hiking, biking, jogging, picnicking, and playing sports. There are many different shopping malls, plazas, and commercial areas in Wall Township that serve the needs of the locals. The township offers residents a variety of convenient options for dining and shopping, including restaurants, grocery stores, and cafes.

Accessibility of Transportation

The township is well-connected to major roadways, making it easily accessible by car. Route 34 and Route 35 pass through Wall Township, providing convenient connections to neighboring towns and cities. The Garden State Parkway, a major highway, is also easily accessible from Wall Township, offering convenient access to destinations throughout New Jersey.

For public transportation, Wall Township is served by NJ Transit bus routes. These bus services provide options for residents to travel to nearby towns and cities, offering convenience for commuting, shopping, and other travel needs.

While Wall Township itself does not have a train station, the nearby town of Manasquan is home to the Manasquan Station. This NJ Transit train station operates on the North Jersey Coast Line, providing connections to destinations along the Jersey Shore and major cities like New York City. Residents can access the train station in Manasquan for commuting or leisure travel.

Schools and Education

Within the Wall Township Public Schools system, there are several schools catering to different grade levels.

At the elementary level, students attend one of four elementary schools: Allenwood Elementary School, Central Elementary School, Old Mill Elementary School, or West Belmar Elementary School. These schools provide a nurturing environment and a comprehensive curriculum, focusing on academic excellence and fostering a positive and inclusive community for learning.

For students in grades 6-8, Wall Township has Wall Intermediate School, which prepares students for the transition to high school and offers a comprehensive program that supports their academic and personal development during these important years.

At the high school level, students attend Wall High School. Wall High School offers a rigorous academic program, preparing students for college and career readiness. The school provides a wide range of extracurricular activities, including sports, clubs, and organizations, giving students opportunities to pursue their interests and develop their talents outside of the classroom.

The Wall Township Public Schools system aims to create a supportive and enriching learning environment for all students. The district values academic achievement, character development, and community engagement. It strives to prepare students for success beyond their school years, equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge for their future endeavors.