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. Totally remodeled and updated colonial home located in Morristown NJ. Major renovation done in 2004 with additional work done in 2006 and 2010. Updated roof,...
Contact Susan Zanzonico at (973) 214-5872 to inquire about this property. Listing provided courtesy of Bhhs - New Jersey Properties
Morristown is centrally located and also the County Seat for Morris County New Jersey and part of the greater New York metropolitan area. It's only about 25 miles from New York City and Newark Airport. You can travel to just about anywhere in New Jersey due to the conveniently located highways and train stations.
The average home sale price in Morristown NJ year-to-date on January 27, 2017 is $488,847 with 54 days on the market.
Morristown Homes, Condos and Townhomes for Sale
Morristown is conveniently located along the midtown direct train line with a train station into Manhattan, New York. Morristown's proximity to New York and access to the train attracts many young urban buyers and has created a lively market for modest and luxury condominiums and townhomes.. The historic town also has many delightfully charming older homes in town and semi-rural surroundings as well as a wide range of more modern single family homes, luxury homes, multi-family homes, affordable condos and townhouses. Morristown and Morris Township have several different neighborhoods or communities ~ Convent Station, Washington Headquarters, Butterworth, Eagles Nest, Rolling Hill, Springbrook and Burnham Park to name a few. Convent Station homes are popular because they are on the East side of Morristown and close to everything. For homes with more property and bigger lots, visit Morris Township NJ Real Estate.
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The elegant old buildings in Morristown have links to interesting people and events in the nation’s history. The town boasts churches, public buildings, and residences dating from the early 19th Century including the Sansay House, built in 1807, MacCulloch Hall, and a beautiful Federal-style brick mansion which was built in 1819 for George Perrot MacCulloch, the “Father of the Morris Canal,” as well as several houses which are even older.
Morristown NJ Things To Do
We refer to the center of Morristown as "The Green" . There are many great restaurants, shops and historic attractions. This central area is the location for seasonal street fairs, art shows and a New Year's Eve "First Night" celebration.
Morristown New Jersey is overflowing with culture and historic sites and attractions. Whether you are a resident in a local neighborhood or are considering relocating to Morristown, you'll want to visit some of Morristown's historic attractions:
Acorn Hall - Home of the Morris County Historical Society. Its an Italianate Victorian Mansion located right in Morristown
Fosterfield Living Historical Farm
The Frelinghuysen Arboretum
Macculloch Hall Historical Museum
The Morris Museum
The Schuyler-Hamilton House
Washington Headquarters at the Ford Mansion
Morristown's Community Theatre
The Community Theatre in Morristown NJ is a great night out and features many well-known artists. The theatre was built in 1937 by Walter Reade and for many years was a motion picture house. The Walter Reade organization sold the building in 1974 at which point it changed hands several time before it reopened on September 29, 1994 as the Community Theatre to a sell-out performance. Morristown NJ is alive with culture thanks to the Community Theatre located at 100 South Street, Morristown NJ.
The Morristown Arboretum
The Frelinghuysen Arboretum is 127 acres of beautiful terrain filled with botanical gardens, flowers and trees solely for the delight and education of the public. The Frelinghuysen Arboretum is also the headquarters for the Morris County Park Commission. This is a volunteer organization which dedicates its work to maintaining and promoting the Morris County NJ Park, nature and public awareness of our beautiful natural surroundings.
The Morris Museum
The goal is simply to stimulate the mind and add a touch of culture to your life. There are classes, workshops, events, trips, benefits and a museum, of course.
Interesting museums and cultural amenities, superb shopping, dining and entertainment options, and wonderful scenery and outdoor recreation make Morristown New Jersey a desirable address.
Among the many parks and reserves in and around Morristown, the Morris National Historic Park consists of four areas where the American Continental Army established its headquarters during the period from 1777-80. The Ford Mansion, where General George Washington made his headquarters, is an important feature of the park, while the Jockey Hollow Unit includes the headquarters of Gen. Arthur St. Clair, five reconstructed soldier huts, and approximately 27 miles of walking trails.
The Patriots’ Path is a fifty mile trail system linking many of Morris County’s Federal, state, county, and municipal parks, water-shed lands, historic sites and other points of interest, and specially developed for biking, horseback riding, cross country skiing and hiking. In addition to providing outdoor recreation and exercise, Patriots Path is designed for the protection and conservation of the stream stream valleys and uplands through which it passes.
Interested in school information? ~ Take a look at the Morristown Schools page for reports cards and more.