Marlboro : New jersey

 

What it's Like to Retire in Marlboro

Marlboro Township is located in Monmouth County, New Jersey, with a population of about 40,000 residents and grew as a suburb for those working in New York and and for nearby corporations. The town has a significant number of historical sites, as a few skirmishes occurred here during the Revolutionary War, and an active Historic Commission to help preserve them. Marlboro also boasts a number of parks, a recreation center, and is a popular Fossil collecting site with the first dinosaur discovery in North America found in the area. Picture of Henry Hudson Trail a 24-mile rail trail courtesy of Wikipedia and Wasted Time R; picture of US 9, the largest and busiest road in Marlboro courtesy of Wikipedia and Famatin.
 

Where to Retire in Marlboro and Home Prices

During the 1980’s and 1990’s Marlboro became a growing suburb of NYC and housing developments sprung up that featured large estate homes (remember McMansions?). Today there are several communities in Marlboro including those for 55+ (see link at left). Zillow reports the median home value was $531,800 in late 2019.
 

What is special about Marlboro

Marlboro features walking and biking trails, a golf course, parks, a library, a community garden, many festivals, and a recreation center with lots of activities. The town is close to New York City with many modes of public transportation to get there.
 

What is not special about Marlboro

Both housing prices and real estate taxes are high here; winters are chilly, and Marlboro does get some snow.
 

Who will like retirement in Marlboro

Marlboro is a small to mid-sized town that offers parks, historical sites, recreation opportunities, medical facilities, a library and public transportation. It also has and a very active senior center with activities, classes and planned trips.
 

Local economy is driven by

The economy is diverse and driven by professional services, education, health care, and financial services.
 

Climate and Physical Environment

Marlboro enjoys all four seasons and has an average January temperature of 34 degrees and a July average of 76 degrees. The annual average snowfall here is about 23 inches.
 

Restaurants & Cultural Scene

There are several restaurants in Marlboro that feature many types of popular cuisine; the town is host to several annual festivals, and concerts, and there is a private theater group located here; The area is a popular fossil collecting site and is regarded as a top dinosaur fossil site in the state where fossil hunters also find shark teeth and other deposits of marine fossils; culturally, there is not a lot going on, but NYC is less than an hour away.
 

Crime

The crime rate here is low.
 

Medical facilities

Marlboro is served by CentraState Healthcare System and the nearest hospital is in Freehold Township, just a few miles away. Health Care of every kind can be found in nearby NYC.
 

Transportation

There are multiple public transportation options available here. Airports and ferry services are also nearby.
 

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