A very rich town in Bergen County, New Jersey, and one of the richest towns on the east coast. Mainly all white but has a few blacks who might as well be white. Everyone is preppy and beautiful, drives very expensive cars like mercedes, bentleys, and don't forget the ferrari and rolls royce in the garage. Kids are spoiled and stuck up and wear lacoste, seven, abercrombie, ralph lauren, etc.. If you have money Saddle River is the place to live, just as rich but not quite as stuffy and boring as westchester county.
Franklin Lakes teen 1: Hey I met these guys from Saddle River and they invited us to go on their yacht this weekend.
Franklin Lakes teen 2: omg Franklin Lakes is mad lame compared to Saddle River, wish I lived there.
A super wealthy town in Bergen County, New Jersey. Saddle River rivals some of the countries wealthiest towns such as Bel Air, Greenwich and Atherton. The town's demographics are 95% white, the other 5% consists of blacks. But not black surgeons or lawyers, blacks who got lucky and make it into the pop industry. Saddle River is home to Russell Simmons and his soon to-be-ex-wife Kimora Lee Simmons (designer of 'urban-couture' brand Baby Phat), Rev Run (Joseph Simmons) and his family and Jason Kidd (not totally black, he is bi-racial). Russell and Kimora both live on Fox Hedge Road while Joseph Simmons (Russell's brother) resides on Wildwood Drive. Saddle River, although recently inhabited by trash is still a beautiful place to raise kids. School's are amazing although most parents send their kids to private school. But once you hit 18 and you receive your trust fund get out of Saddle River as fast as possible! There is nothing to do in that town, especially if you're a yuppie. As well as great schools Saddle River is laced with some fantastic estates. Alford Road, Ackerman Drive and the sought after location of Chestnut Ridge are home to magnificent estates; but don't expect to catch much of a glimpse at these beautiful homes without personally knowing the owner. The homes, atleast any home that costs 2 million or more (which is about every home) are surrounded by 6 foot tall hedges as well as wrought iron gates at the foot of the driveways. To top it off there are usually ...more...