Norwood Real Estate

    Living In Norwood, NJ

    The borough of Norwood was incorporated in 1905 after succeeding from Harrington Township. Henry Essig, Jr. was the first Mayor of Norwood. The name Norwood originated from the description ‘North-Woods.’ It is a place where the Lenni Lenape Indians once roamed and is now home to approximately 6,000 residents. Today, the ‘North-Woods’ is preserved with over 100 acres of property in perpetuity as open space.

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    Local Amenities

    Some great restaurants are offered in Norwood. Be sure to check out Wild Wasabi, Cousin’s Pizza, and of course Ronnie’s Hot Bagel & Coffee House and Madeleine Petit Paris.

    Schools

    Children attend the Norwood Public School District from kindergarten through 8th grade and Northern Valley Regional High School at Old Tappan from 9th through 12th grade.

     
    Places of Worship

    Immaculate Conception Parish
    Church of the Holy Communion
    Presbyterian Church-Norwood

    Transportation

    Bus service is provided by Rockland Coaches to both The Port Authority Bus Terminal and The George Washington Bridge Terminal in Manhattan.