Blackwood, New Jersey, is attractive to home buyers who are looking for the convenience of a fairly central location without paying too high a price. With plenty of two and three bedroom homes that hold their value well, Blackwood is a great place for a family starter home. Those who are looking for a smaller townhouse within one of the quiet, safe neighborhoods also have options. Modest ranch homes and unpretentious, simple bungalows add to the array of choices for potential homebuyers.
Blackwood is an unincorporated community within Gloucester Township of Camden county, New Jersey. At just over one square mile and with a population that remains less than 5,000, Blackwood has a small town look and feel that is steeped in history. The Blackwood Historic District is part of the National Register of Historic Places, and covers an area of the town that runs along Church Street. Two elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school offer educational options to students in Blackwood. One Catholic school and a charter school round out the academic offerings for young people, while college students who attend school in the town can choose from Pennco Tech and Camden County College.
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