Welcome to Wyckoff
Wyckoff is a Bergen County hamlet nestled in the foothills of the Ramapo Mountains. The first homes were built here in the 1700s, with the 1737 Terhune House remaining as a landmark of Wyckoff’s centuries-long heritage.
Wyckoff’s real estate includes attractive ranch-style homes, charming townhomes, and luxurious contemporary properties designed by some of the area’s most renowned architectural firms. Most homes are fronted by well-manicured rolling lawns, while the most lavish residences sit on expansive landscaped plots. With retail and dining options lining the streets at several points within Wyckoff, most homes are within walking distance of places to eat and shop.
What to Love
- Attractive homes
- Excellent schools
- Boulder Run Shopping
- Natural space
People & Lifestyle
The vibe in Wyckoff is warm and welcoming, with friendly neighbors taking great pride in this charming community. Community events are aimed at all ages, and the local schools are outstanding, making this a popular community for raising a family.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
The intersecting streets of Wyckoff Avenue, Franklin Avenue, and Godwin Avenue bound Wyckoff’s center, with many great shops and restaurants. The Brick House
is an elegant fine dining establishment, serving sublime steaks and seafood in a mid-19th century Federal Greek Revival farmhouse. Housed within a converted dairy barn built in 1779, The Barn Original
provides classic American meals and a great drink selection in a rustic setting. Café Amici
has a seasonal menu of Italian-inspired contemporary American fare, while Aldo’s
specializes in delectable authentic Italian dishes. Palermo’s Bakery
sells custom cakes and other delicious desserts
The bustling Boulder Run Shopping Center
has a 30,000-square-foot Marshall’s, 73,000-square-foot Super Stop & Shop, and more than 70,000 square feet of additional specialty retailers. Upscale independent stores include the family-owned Hartgers Jewelers
, which has been in business here since 1912.
Things to Do
Community events within Wyckoff include a Memorial Day Parade
, a Fishing Derby
at Zabriskie Pond, and Wyckoff Day at the Wyckoff YMCA
. Wyckoff Day’s festivities include rides, food vendors, and live music. The YMCA hosts other events throughout the year, including children’s summer camps. Its year-round facilities include fitness training, dance classes, and aquatics programs at its swimming pool. Outdoor sports spaces include Pulis Field behind the YMCA and the Wyckoff Municipal Field Complex in the heart of the community. J. A. McFaul Environmental Center
is a popular natural space with a small zoo, flower gardens, and tree-shaded walking paths. There’s also a petting zoo at Abma’s Farm
, along with fresh produce, eggs, poultry, and home-baked goods.
Public elementary and middle schools within Wyckoff belong to the Wyckoff Township Public School District, while the local high school belongs to the Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School District.
- Sicomac Elementary, Public, PK-5
- Calvin Coolidge Elementary, Public, K-5
- Abraham Lincoln Elementary, Public, K-5
- George Washington Elementary, Public, K-5
- Dwight D. Eisenhower Middle School, Public, 6-8, National Blue Ribbon Award
- Ramapo High School, Public, 9-12