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South Brunswick is a large township, encompassing several individual neighborhoods. For example, a part of South Brunswick Township, Dayton is a lovely community, with its own charming one-window post office and a motor vehicle inspection agency (not so charming, but convenient.) Ridge Road runs through the heart of Dayton, with easy access to Georges Road and Route 130. The schools are quite good and there are several nice townhome developments, such as Dayton Square, and single family and townhomes combined developments such as Summerfield. Homes there range from the low $400,000s to the low $600,000s. Dayton also has an active adult community with great amenities, called Four Seasons at Dayton. Built by Hovnanian, it is close to Route 130 and Route 1.
Kendall Park, another part of South Brunswick Township, is home to the famous South Brunswick ranch homes, luxury rental apartments, a wonderful active adult community called Princeton Manor, a great development of townhomes and single family homes called Princeton Walk, and a very good school system. Bordering Franklin on one side and Kingston on the other, the community has its own large post office and one of the few roller skating rinks remaining in New Jersey (on Route 27.) According to Wikipedia, Kendall Park gets its name from its builder, Herbert Kendall, who built it as a planned community between 1956 and the early 60s. Although part of South Brunswick, it has its own zip code and very much its own identity. Of its four elementary schools, Cambridge and Constable are rated the highest. For a complete list of school rankings, check out the Kendall Park website.
You can learn more about South Brunswick generally by checking out the South Brunswick website.