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Best high end suburb in NJ with Family environment- working in manhattan

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We are looking to relocate due to work. Initially I was going to work in Parsippany and my husband in Manhattan. We looked at couple of neighborhoods further west of Parsippany and based on the feedback and research and high travel times, we are rethinking our options. I found out that I can also possibly transfer to Secaucus or Manhattan as well (as out company has offices there).
What are the good suburbs to move where there are good elementary schools and good neighborhoods? What areas should I narrow down our search ? prefer to be closer to train station
I am overwhelmed with the options that are out there. The reviews overall for NJ seems scary :) . the houses seems old and run down :( . can afford a house upto 800-850k.

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