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Englewood Cliffs Real Estate

Living in Englewood Cliffs, NJ

This breath taking affluent community is home to single-family residences, CNBC headquarters, North American headquarters of LG Corp., American headquarters of Unilever, and home of Ferrari and Maserati, offering low taxes and just a few minute commute to New York City. The Borough of Englewood Cliffs has two nineteenth century settlements: Undercliff and Coytesville. Several estates were constructed atop of the Palisades within the second half of the 19th century by William B. Dana, the foster father of Englewood Cliffs first Mayor, William B. Allison. A resort known as Palisades Mountain House stood at the cliffs edge, which is now presently occupied by Saint Peter’s University. The Sisters of Saint Joseph of Peace purchased 5.5 acres of land in 1888 as a retreat, presently known as the Villa Lourdes, a home for aged sisters. In 1938, the Sisters built the Saint Michael’s Novitiate. The Large Romanesque Revival edifice is a visual landmark along the Hudson River, which was designed by Richard Reilly of New York City. This monumental building is visually prominent from the Palisades Interstate Parkway.


Local Amenities

Englewood Cliffs is home to Allison Park, a scenic 10 acre park overlooking the Hudson River offering boating, paddling, cycling, fishing, crabbing, hiking, a picnic area and skiing. You will also find Englewood Picnic Area and Englewood Boat Basin. Nearby, is the Bergen Performing Arts Center. While visiting, don’t forget to try Cliffs Steakhouse, Central Kitchen, Picnic Garden, The Bicycle Club and Grissini Restaurant.


Children in Englewood Cliffs attend North Cliff Elementary School from kindergarten through 2nd grade, Upper School Elementary from 3rd to 8th grade and then Dwight Morrow High School from 9th to 12th grade, located in Englewood.

Places of Worship

Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace
St. Michaels Villa
The Gospel House


Most commuters take the quick few minute drive to and over the George Washington Bridge into Manhattan. However, the New Jersey Transit and Rockland Coaches does offer bus service to The Port Authority Bus Terminal and the George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal.