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Marlboro NJ homes & condos for sale

Marlboro TownshipView the latest Marlboro NJ homes & condos for sale. Marlboro Township public schools are among the highest ranking K-8 school districts in the state with
students who consistently win awards on the local, state and national levels. Marlboro High School is a part of
the Freehold Regional High School District consisting of six high schools with opportunities to participate in
learning centers and academies.

Award-winning Recreation and Parks Department offers year-round recreational activities for
residents of all ages and interests. The Senior Director has a staff dedicated to providing a full complement of
activities and events for active residents over the age of 60. The fun continues throughout the summer with a
selection of summer camps for children, as well as a variety of outdoor community events. The Township
offers an award-winning summer swim club that boasts four pools, diving boards, slides and sporting facilities,
all available to members at a reasonable membership fee.

A popular Active Adult Community is Marlboro Greens.

You can sort these homes by price, bedrooms, baths, year built, square footage or most recently listed. These listings include single family homes, Townhomes, Adult Community, Foreclosures and Short Sales.

All of the latest listings are added to this list in real time as soon as they are added to the MLS. You won’t have to worry about sorting through homes that are no longer on the market or not for sale.

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