Mount Laurel has quite a large footprint and is home to so many different types of neighborhoods. From condos to townhomes, 55+ and single family living, there is something for everyone and every price point here in Mt Laurel.From a single family home perspective, there are more mature, beautiful neighborhoods like Ramblewood and Ramblewood Farms built in the 1960s and 1970s, and there are amenity driven neighborhoods built on the 1990s through 2000s, such as Rolling Glen, Ravenscliff, Springvalley Estates, the Grande at Springville, and the highly customized and Million+ market of customs homes like the Enclave and Wildflowers.
The school system and township sports program is always a draw for families here, and there are so many township events and clubs geared toward people of all ages. It’s an inclusive town, and a great place to call home. Mount Laurel is close to multiple shopping destinations, major highways, public transportation, and Center City Philadelphia, and is less than two hours’ drive to NYC