Millburn and Short Hills Homes for Sale In 2007 Millburn celebrated 150 years as an incorporated town with festivities and a grand parade. The Victorian, Italianate, Tudor and Colonial homes in this historic part of town set the tone for the comfortable suburb of modern day Millburn. Stewart Hartshorn acquired 1552 acres to build his ideal village called Short Hills, the first planned commuter suburb in America. Hartshorn, who had made his fortune in spring roller blinds, wanted to create Read more
Summit NJ Homes for Sale Don’t be fooled by the MLS calling Summit “Summit City.” It is NOT a city. Summit is known for having one of the best upscale town centers in the area. Living within walking distance of this town is AMAZING! The energetic town of Summit, NJ is surrounded by incredible real estate: absolutely exquisite estate homes, charming family homes and convenient, cozy town homes and condominiums. Summit has so much to offer its residents: convenient transportation Read more
Maplewood NJ Homes for Sale Maplewood combines the charm of village life with the convenience of living just half an hour from midtown Manhattan, and is a thriving commuter neighbourhood. It first became popular with New Yorkers in search of some clear mountain air in the 1860s, after the railroad arrived. Among the earliest to discover its appeal was Theodore Roosevelt, who spent summers at his uncle’s Maplewood estate.
South Orange Homes for Sale The green open spaces and proximity to New York City are just two of the many great features that attract people to the Township of South Orange Village. It was named the first Transit Village in New Jersey in recognition of its excellent transport systems, and redevelopments, including a bicycle path, have helped to revitalize the area.
Livingston NJ Homes for Sale If you are familiar with Livingston from years back, come back and visit, because today’s Livingston does not look like the same town. The new town East Hills Dog Park & Fitness Trail center is amazing, new restaurants are opening everywhere, and the crazy thing is, Livingston is often overlooked because its not on the direct train line into NYC. However, a quick drive down South Orange Ave is all you need to hop on Read more
Chatham NJ Homes for Sale The attractive areas of Chatham Borough neighboring Chatham Township share a common heritage and are often referred to as Chatham, or The Chathams. Chatham has been named one of the top ten places to live in the United States by Money Magazine!
Madison NJ Homes for Sale Cultured, cosmopolitan and quaint – that’s Madison, which is also home to two universities. It attracts professionals commuting to New York and to some of the big name companies located nearby, including Novartis, Kraft, Schering-Plough and Wyeth. Its popular moniker, Rose City, derives from bygone days when Madison was famous for the beautiful roses raised at nurseries in and around the town.
Mendham Homes for Sale Mendham is truly a special location. Mendham is situated in the southern part of Morris County a few miles from the hustle and bustle of Morristown and about an hour train ride from New York City. Brookside, Ralston and Roxiticus are sections within this picturesque township, where winding roads, large estates, and historic landmarks give it a unique charm all of its own. Mendham is comprised of a township Read more
Harding Township Homes for Sale Harding Township was first established in 1922, and named for President Warren G. Harding. The town is located less than an hour from New York City. However, proximity to the hustle and bustle of city life should not deter potential residents. This area features picturesque pastoral scenery; cows, sheep, and horses graze contentedly in lush meadows and grassy fields. Much of the area that is now known as Harding Township is an agricultural community. Roots Read more
Berkeley Heights NJ Homes for Sale The Berkeley Heights community is revealing itself as one of the best places to live in Jersey. As of 2010, Berkeley Heights boasted a population of just over 13,000 people. With the population, slowly growing this family-friendly area changed their government from a Township Committee to a traditional Mayor-Council Administration in 2007. Ranked as the 45th best place to live in Money Magazine’s 2007 list, this small community popped up to the sixth best Read more