Berkeley Heights

Quiet and tucked away, Berkeley Heights a town within Union County and backs to Summit, New Jersey and is home to over 13,300 residents. The attraction to this town is in its greenery, tree lined streets, and proximity to surrounding vibrant downtown's...
Chatham Borough

Welcome to the quaint and beautiful, Chatham Borough, NJ.  Incorporated in 1806, the exquisite metropolis of Chatham, New Jersey has a piece of historical charm you dream of.Located 20 miles west of NYC, conveniently located on the Mid-Town Direct Rail...
Chatham Township

Bask in the beauty of Chatham Township.  Located in Morris County, 23 miles west of NYC, a short drive to the Mid-Town Direct Rail line via [Borough of Chatham, Madison or Summit] and a quick 20 minute car ride to Newark International Airport. ...
Livingston

Livingston High School improves its education rankings to join Millburn and Chatham High Schools in the top 10. An attraction to the train line towns further exceeds a convenient commute, there is a value in educating the youth and building a community....
Maplewood

Culture, community, and artistic excitement can be found in the charming town of Maplewood. Character home styles, sidewalks aligning all streets, and walkable downtown supplied with boutique shops, restaurants, and coffee shops. Just about 24,000 residents...
Millburn / Short Hills

Millburn/ Short Hills provides a close knit downtown with 200 specialty shops and boutiques. Any specialty resources that you seek are within about 10 minutes of home - whether it's language immersion classes, juice bar, private sports lessons (tennis,...
New Providence

Subtly positioned on the Watchung Mountains, this 3.6 square mile town houses over 12,000 residents. With a warm and welcoming community New Providence offers adventurous recreation, top notch school systems, and quaint residential neighborhoods. The downtown...
South Orange

Elegant and sheek best describe South Orange's home styles. South Orange is one of the few town's left that uses gas street illumination to light its sidewalks. Housing varies from Tudor, Victorian, Colonial, Ranch and a more recent development of community...
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