Welcome to Wyckoff

Just a short 45-minute drive from Manhattan, with arching trees over its streets, converted old houses, and the charm and ambiance of an old country hamlet sits Wyckoff, a small, 6.7 square mile township.  Wyckoff, NJ is rich in history and the place I proudly call my home.  


Homes in Wyckoff

Wyckoff offers unique homes in a variety of price ranges. Wyckoff has a variety of homes from classic Cape Cods priced to attract first time home buyers to sprawling estates offering buyers every luxury available.

Where is Wyckoff?

27- miles outside of New York City and a 45-minute drive from Manhattan sits, Wyckoff, NJ. Home to a little over 16,000 residents, it is the winner of many awards.  It was named #5 on the ‘Best Place To Live’ by New Jersey Monthly in 2015 and #4 on the list of Value Penguin’s “2016 Safest Places in New Jersey” (for Mid-Sized Communities) this community has a country-feel with many famous, in infamous alike, past and current residents.

Schools in Wyckoff

Children in kindergarten through eighth grade who live in Wyckoff are served by Wyckoff School District. Many of these schools are award-winning, including National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award winner, Eisenhower Middle School. This is the highest honor that an American school can achieve.

Students in ninth through twelfth grades attend schools in the Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School District. 

Wyckoff also offers private school alternatives as well.

Graphic courtesy of Wyckoff School District.

Life in Wyckoff

Wyckoff is all about community, and it’s not uncommon for residents to pick up and help each other and spend countless hours volunteering.  One of the many events you can expect to find your neighbors and friends volunteering at is the annual Team Up To Tidy Up, where volunteers of all ages come out to help clean up litter in the community each April, since 1989.  Even our parks benefit from the love of our community, with engineering services, labor and materials donated to help build our 12-acre recreational facility and our volunteer organization, Partners in Pride, raised nearly $400,000 to help in the additional costs in

The natural scenic setting of this community offers a wide variety of outdoor activities from Wyckoff Community Playground to the Pulis Artificial Turf Lacrosse & Soccer Field.  It’s also not uncommon to see pickup baseball games or soccer games taking place on one of two fields at the Memorial Town Hall Complex.  For those that love nature, the 81-acre park, James A. McFaul Environmental Center, provides visitors with native woodlands, gardens, and a 2.5 –acre waterfowl pond, nature trails, and natural science exhibits.

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