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Morristown, New Jersey - Homes and Community Information
Conveniently located in Morris County, Morristown, has more than 18,000 residents and
is a state-designated historic center, often called the "military capital of the American Revolution." Many Morristown, NJ homes reflect it's history, with a number of restored Victorian houses on the market as well as single and multiple family homes and modern condos. Regardless of what it is that you desire in Morristown real estate, you are sure to find something that meets your lifestyle and budgetary needs. To help sort out all the options, a call to agent
would be a smart move.
As you make your way past the numerous Victorian homes and museums, you will get a glimpse at the rich history of Morristown. The town was named for Province governor Lewis Morris, a champion of American colonist rights as early as the 1740s. Morristown served as a camp for General George Washington during the Revolutionary War, and Benedict Arnold was court-martialed at Dickerson's Tavern on Spring Street. It wasn’t until a century after the American Revolution that the town of Morristown gained incorporation back in 1865. A fascinating look at the local history can be seen with a visit to the
Morristown National Historic Park.
Parks and Recreation
Morristown has quite a number of fine parks for relaxation, exercise and recreational activities. The Burnham Park and Pool and Lidgerwood Park both have sports leagues, basketball and tennis courts, baseball fields and a playground for the kids. Even your pets can join you as you hike or bike through the picturesque
Loantaka Brook Reservation
Attractions and Events
For those who are searching for something amazing to do for the evening, head over to the
Mayo Performing Arts Center
and take in a show. Morristown's community theatre hosts many major classical, jazz, pop, and classic rock concerts as well as plays, dance performances and more. The annual Free Summer Jazz and Blues Festival is held on the Morristown Green. If you are someone who loves a hike in the great outdoors, head over to Jockey Hollow at the Morristown National Historical Park. You will be able to hike along the six miles of trails, and see staff in historic period dress at the Wick House. For bigger action, New York City's Penn Station is just an hour train ride away, via the New Jersey Transit stop at Morris & Essex.
Morristown, NJ - George Washington Slept Here
Even though there are a variety of different Morristown properties on the market, you will be able to narrow down the options with the help of real estate agent
. Call her today,
and you will be on your way to finding your dream home in Morristown.