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Tenafly, New Jersey is a thriving community in Bergen County with approximately 14,100 residents. Tenafly is a predominately residential community with a size of approximately 5.2 square miles. The town boasts an excellent school system, many beautiful homes, tree-lined streets, and a variety of recreational and entertainment options.  Founded in 1894, the borough is governed by a mayor and six-member council.

Residents of Tenafly enjoy beautiful parks and recreation activities, including the Jewish Community Center and the Knickerbocker Club, which offers tennis, golf and swimming.  The Tenafly Nature Center contains 52 beautiful acres for hiking, walking and spending time outdoors with family and friends.  Adjoining the Nature Center are the Lost Brook Preserve, which boasts 330 acres, and the 5.5 acre Sunnyside Park.  There is also the Roosevelt Commons which contains 10 acres, a pond, and the historic Theodore Roosevelt Monument.  There are also several diverse houses of worship and a vibrant but contained business district.

The Tenafly Public School District is excellent and is comprised of four elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. Tenafly High School is ranked among the best in the state and offers numerous advanced classes. Almost 90% of graduating students enroll in a 4-year college program.

Distance to NYC: 12 miles
Number of Households: 4,675
Median Income: $125,865(2010)

Population: 14,448(2010)

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