- 6 Beds
- 7 Baths
- 7200 sq.ft.
- 0.63 Acres
Haddonfield is located in Camden County and borders Cherry Hill. It spans a little over three miles and its population is 11,000+. Haddonfield is known for its small town charm and tight sense of community. Its main street corridor, Kings Highway, is packed with retail shops and restaurants. Haddonfield is just a ten minute drive to Philadelphia, and the high speedline station is located in the center of town.
Residents who live in Downtown Haddonfield are within walking distance to shops, school, the post office, town super market, and speedline. Homes in this area range from historical victorians, duplexes, and apartments.
For golf lovers, the Tavistock Country Club, which is recognized as a premier private country club in the Delaware Valley, offers a beautiful course and an equally charming clubhouse for weddings and gatherings large or small. The homes in neighborhood surrounding the club(Tavistock Hills), are some of the largest and most expensive in town. Neighbors appreciate the privacy this area of town affords them.
Tavistock Hills borders the highly desirable Gill Tract neighborhood. Street names in this area include: Centre Street • Colonial Ridge Drive • Concord Drive • Gill Road • Glenwood Road • Greenmount Road • Heritage Road • Oak Ridge Drive • Pennbrook Drive • Pomona Avenue • Tavistock Lane • Treaty Elm Lane • Upland Way • Warwick Road • Washington Avenue • Winding Way • Wyndwood Road.
Homes vary in size. The newer homes tend to be on the larger side(4,000 sqare feet plus).
West Haddonfield is the area located West of Kings Highway. The median sales price for homes in this part of of town is slightly above $600,000. Homes in this area average in size with 3 to 4 bedrooms. They tend to be older and many have detached garages.
Haddonfield public is composed of three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. As a walking district, the children walk and bike to school, which encourages a closeness amongst the neighbors.
Haddonfield is home to the second oldest fire company in the United States, the Haddon Fire Company, which was established as the Friendship Fire Company in March 1764 by 26 townsmen.
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