New Jersey has a unique blend of natural beauty, culture, and dynamic communities, making it an excellent area to live.
While there are other communities in the Garden State that are fantastic locations to live, 24/7 Wall St. has developed a weighted score of over two dozen factors to determine the absolute best county to live in each state.
So, which county in New Jersey is the finest to live in? That would be Hunterdon County, according to 24/7 Wall St.
Hunterdon County, in what is legally called the state’s core region, is located in Western New Jersey along the border with Pennsylvania and has a population of 128,947 as of the 2020 census. Raritan Township is the county’s largest town.
The county is known for having the lowest poverty rate of any county in New Jersey. In addition, Hunterdon County has a substantially greater life expectancy (83.5 years) and median family income ($123,373) than the state average.
This combination of variables makes Hunterdon County the finest county in New Jersey to reside in.
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