From the Star Ledger:
Looking for the most expensive four-bedroom homes in New Jersey? They’re in Stone Harbor.
A survey by Madison-based Coldwell Banker Real Estate of more than 1,900 markets across the country found the average price of a four-bedroom, two-bath home in the Cape May County Shore town listed at $1.3 million. It was the sixth most-expensive location in the country, trailing five markets in California – Malibu, Newport Beach, Saratoga, Los Gatos and San Francisco.
California placed 13 in the top 25 spots for most expensive homes.
In New Jersey, other towns at the high end included Chatham Twp. ($813,000), Bernards Twp. ($758,000), Wyckoff ($757,000) and Ocean City ($745,000).
The most affordable four-bedroom homes in the Garden State are in Irvington, where the average listing price is $134,000, followed by Roselle ($144,360), Newark ($175,000), Paterson ($180,000) and Blackwood in Gloucester Twp. ($203,000).