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Old 02-01-2020, 04:21 PM
 
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Hi everyone,

Was hoping I could get some information from residents on a home we were looking to buy in Cherry Hill (East) in the Old Woodcrest neighborhood. Is the Old Woodcrest neighborhood a nice area to live? What are the demographics of this area? I heard that there's a large Jewish and Indian population but wasn't sure if that was for Cherry Hill East in general or specifically in Old Woodcrest.

Thanks for the help.

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Old 02-01-2020, 10:58 PM
 
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Just so you know that a live being read your post, lol, I've always considered that a very nice neighborhood. I know that some Jews live there, but I have no idea about the Indian population. There must be some Indians there because there are Indian markets in the area.

I've never heard it called Old Woodcrest.

Bonus nonsense. My son's corporate Christmas party was held at the Woodcrest Country Club. That is a seriously nice place.
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Old 02-05-2020, 12:50 PM
 
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I've actually heard parts of it called Old Woodcrest from some people. I worked for the Jewish Federation for years and we had several fundraising events at WCC (such as Woodcrest Day, which used to be split up with separate ones for men and women, but is co-ed for I guess the last ten years at least). I did registration, and gave out and collected the donation envelopes. We had some good guest speakers and I always had a lovely dinner there. Back when I worked for JFed, Woodcrest was almost exclusively Jewish. It's a lovely area no matter who lives there.
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Old 02-05-2020, 02:10 PM
 
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I've actually heard parts of it called Old Woodcrest from some people. I worked for the Jewish Federation for years and we had several fundraising events at WCC (such as Woodcrest Day, which used to be split up with separate ones for men and women, but is co-ed for I guess the last ten years at least). I did registration, and gave out and collected the donation envelopes. We had some good guest speakers and I always had a lovely dinner there. Back when I worked for JFed, Woodcrest was almost exclusively Jewish. It's a lovely area no matter who lives there.
Old Woodcrest is the original part of Woodcrest. The houses are smaller.
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Old 02-14-2020, 08:18 AM
 
Location: Cherry Hill, Camden County, NJ
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I recommend joining the What’s up in Cherry Hill Facebook group. You could get a lot of feedback about Woodcrest and other neighborhoods in Cherry Hill.

IMO, having lived throughout Cherry Hill, I personally would not choose old Woodcrest only due to traffic concerns and ease of access to major roadways.
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Old 03-04-2020, 12:27 PM
 
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Old Woodcrest is across Haddonfield-Berlin Rd from Woodcrest - same side as Down's Farm - accessible via Cranford Rd and Bryant from Burnt Mill and the main drive inside is Bowling Green.
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