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  • Warren

    Warren

    Exuding old world charm and elegance, this 17,000-square- foot Tudor Revival residence in Warren, NJ is the perfect place to live your own fairy tale.
    This classic luxury single-family home can accommodate big families with its spacious living areas, formal dining room, 7 bedrooms, and 8.5 bathrooms. Other amenities include a fully- equipped gourmet kitchen, a wine cellar, a three-car garage, a home theater, and a heated pool and spa.

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  • Watchung

    Watchung

    Watchung is an upscale suburban borough located at the northeastern part of Somerset County. As suggested by its name – the Lenni Lenape Native American term for “high hills” – Watchung is nested within a healthy natural landscape, which features rolling hills and two small lakes. Just 30 miles from New York and 20 miles from Newark, Watchung is accessible via Route 22, I-78, and the Plainfield train station for commuters. Large homes on large lots are popular here, making Watchung a tranquil and private escape at the heart of the Tri-State area.

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  • Bernards

    Bernards

    The Bernards Township in Somerset County is a 24-square-mile, semi-rural location where one can find classy and well-maintained old homes at a great value. Being a 45-minute drive away from the New York metropolis, this area is highly desired by those who work in the big city and want to come home to the peace and quiet of the suburbs. Bernards has a population of approximately 26,600, based on 2010 data.

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  • Green Brook

    Green Brook

    “Small enough to know you, large enough to get things done.” So goes the motto of the charming Green Brook Township, located in Somerset County. Stretching just 4.6 square miles across with a population of about 7,200, Green Brook is nestled in the Raritan Valley, just south of the townships of Warren and Watchung.

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  • Bernardsville

    Bernardsville

    Bernardsville is a small but affluent borough of Central New Jersey. Located at the northernmost part of Somerset County, it is a highly sought-after residential area because of its proximity to the metropolitan areas within the state and in New York. Its rich natural background includes some of the few remaining stretches of North America’s Great Eastern Forest.

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  • Far Hills

    Far Hills

    To say that Far Hills is a small borough might be an understatement. The relatively young borough, incorporated in 1921, occupies an area that’s less than 5 square miles and has a population of just over 900. But what Far Hills lacks in size and numbers, it surely makes up in character.

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  • Chatham

    Chatham

    Chatham Borough is a 2.46-square-mile community with a population of less than 9,000. This highly sought-after neighborhood in the Garden State’s Morris County has been named one of the best places to live statewide and nationwide twice in the past. The reasons are clear: Chatham is only 25 minutes away from New York and 15 minutes away from Newark, making it a preferred retreat for those who run businesses or work in the nearby big cities. Residents especially appreciate the borough’s small-town feel, thanks to homes dating back to colonial and revolutionary times.

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  • Madison

    Madison

    Known as the Rose City for its history as a hub of the United States’ rose growing industry, Madison is a 4.2-square mile borough in Morris County, where 16,000 people reside. Its name also commemorates former president and founding father James Madison. As a residential area, Madison offers a variety of real estate options, ranging from starter homes located downtown to the luxury homes found in the Hill section of town. Madison also boasts of the Bottle Hill Historic District, which showcases classic American architecture dating back to the 1730s.

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  • Berkeley Heights

    Berkeley Heights

    Berkeley Heights, a township located in Union County, has been honored for being one of the most exceptional places to settle in the US. It has been cited for its outstanding schools and great quality of life by major media outlets like CNN Money Magazine. Indeed, the six-square-mile community of more than 13,000 residents promises beautiful homes in diverse architectural styles, high-ranking schools, numerous open spaces, and easy access to the New York metro via I-78 and the New Jersey Transit.

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  • Summit

    Summit

    Summit is a 6-square-mile city in Union County, just 25 miles west of New York. The city is home to approximately 21,000 residents, who enjoy the city’s small-town suburban vibe, highly regarded schools, and convenient commute access via Route 24 and the I-78. The city’s name comes from its location on the Second Watchung Mountain (hence, it’s also known as “Hill City”), but is also descriptive of its affluence. A vibrant downtown area complements its lively, upscale residential areas with an eclectic mix of stores and restaurants that appeal to varying tastes.

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  • Florham Park

    Florham Park

    Florham Park is a 7.5-square mile borough in Morris County with about 12,000 residents. Parts of the Fairleigh Dickinson University and College of St. Elizabeth are located within the borough, giving it a genuine college town feel. The name “Florham Park” describes the borough’s history of being the home of some of the country’s most affluent families. “Florham” comes from the combined names of its founders – Florence Adele Vanderbilt, granddaughter of Cornelius Vanderbilt, and her financier husband Hamilton Twombly. Meanwhile “Park” comes from “Brooklake Park,” the name of a 1,000-acre property owned by Dr. Leslie Ward, one of the founders of the Prudential Financial, Inc.

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