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West Windsor boasts townhome/condo developments and many single family home developments, providing a wide range of housing options. Examples of townhome communities are Canal Pointe/Colonnade Pointe, located off of Route 1 and behind the Princeton Market Fair mall, and Windsor Haven and Windsor Ponds, which are both closer to the Princeton Junction train station. There are more than 50 home developments in West Windsor from which to choose, many of them with large land lots and square footage ranging from 3000 to over 5000. One of the newest developments is Estates at Princeton Junction, which is quite close to the train, but the single family homes there are priced in the high $700s and above. Some of the older developments like Charter Club and Windsor Oaks have wonderful homes, as is the case with homes at Colonial Park.
West Windsor is consistently a very hot market and homes that are priced right usually do not stay on the market very long. This is primarily because of the school system but also because of the proximity to the Princeton Junction train (and access to NYC and Philadelphia) making the community ideal for commuters. West Windsor (Princeton Junction) is much in demand because of its school district (shared with Plainsboro in Middlesex County) which is rated one of the best in Mercer County. This school district has two high schools, High School South getting slightly better ratings than High School North. Two of the four elementary schools, Maurice Hawk and Dutch Neck, are located in Princeton Junction. Village School, serving 4th and 5th grades, is located in Princeton Junction, as is Thomas Grover Middle School, serving 6th through 8th grades. But again, all these schools comprise a single school district that serves both the West Windsor (Princeton Junction) and Plainsboro communities.
West Windsor is convenient to mass transportation in that both the NJ Transit rail line with express service to NYC and NYC bus service are easy to access. Route 1 and the New Jersey Turnpike, and Route 295 into Pennsylvania are also accessible.