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New Jersey

The thirty-three square mile area which is now the Township of Bridgewater was originally purchased from a local Indian tribe. Chartered by King George II of England in 1749, and incorporated in 1899, Bridgewater is a modern suburban municipality with a balance of residential and commercial uses. In the early years, Bridgewater was known as a farming town. What is now Somerville and Raritan were once part of Bridgewater Township until they broke away years after the chartering.

Today, as was said, Bridgewater is a diverse and thriving township with a mix of both rural and suburban life.Township is prime ground for many new and large businesses, including Sanofi-Aventis, J&J, MetLife, and Phillips-Van Heusen. Bridgewater has progressed rapidly from its rural roots, and will continue to grow in the future.

Our 32 square mile community in central Somerset County borders 11 other municipalities. We are home to 3600 acres of public and private parks and recreation opportunities. Bridgewater boasts Blue Ribbon schools, job opportunities in national and international pharmaceutical and biotechnology firms, and is home to the championship winning Somerset Patriots and Bridgewater Commons Mall, as well as numerous other shopping opportunities and hotels.

The Bridgewater mall includes Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, Lord & Taylor and 160 specialty stores such as Country Home Furnishings and Build-A-Bear, where you can create your own stuffed animals, and a Sephora Cosmetics. 


New Jersey

The Warren Township is a highly sought-after suburb in Somerset County, New Jersey. Embraced by expansive, serene, and lush spaces, it’s a genuine breath of fresh air, an escape from the city, and an ideal place to call home..

Named after Revolutionary hero Joseph Warren, this 19-square-mile area has always been a desirable locale among the affluent. It’s approximately 35 miles to New York City, making it a favorite bedroom community for those who work in the big city. Accessibility is no problem as the township is positioned between major thoroughfares, Route 22, Route 78, and Route 287.

Warren’s wide-open spaces mean you’ll find many parks and preserves, playgrounds, athletic fields, country clubs and golf courses, and equestrian attractions here. The northwestern ridge of the Watchung Mountains cuts across Warren, providing scenic views.

Although it chooses to maintain its rural character, Warren is home to more than 600 businesses. A Township Master Plan keeps commercial and industrial establishments limited to three main streets – Mount Bethel Road, Mountain Boulevard, and Stirling Road.


Warren’s school system is one of the township’s best features. The Warren Township Schools serve nearly 3,000 pre-kindergarten to eighth-grade students. High school students attend the Watchung Hills Regional High School, which also serves kids from neighboring Watchung, Green Brook, and Long Hill.


New Jersey

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.

It is an ideal location for family residences, thanks to the area’s peaceful reputation and notable school system. It also offers easy access to and from the New York metropolis, with about 40 train and 30 bus trips per day.

The borough was formerly part of the Bernards Township, thus the similarity in names. Bernardsville is a relatively young municipality, having claimed its independence in 1924.


The Bernardsville brand of education is one of the most sought-after in the region. Schools deliver outstanding results that earn high spots on national rankings every school year.

The Somerset High School Regional School District is a public school system that covers the pre-kindergarten through twelfth-grade levels. Enrollees include kids from Bernardsville, as well as neighboring Far Hills Township, Peapack-Gladstone, and Bedminster.

Secondary level students attend Bernards High School, where half of the junior and senior high school population are enrolled in Advanced Placement classes, resulting in a remarkable 97% college enrollment rate. 

Basking Ridge

New Jersey

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 gets its name from Sir Francis Bernard, 1st Baronet, the British administrator who functioned as governor of New Jersey and Massachusetts Bay during prior to the American Revolution. One of New Jersey’s original 104 townships, Bernards would later relinquish portions of its territory into what are today Warren Township and the boroughs of Far Hills and Bernardsville.

Basking Ridge is located in the Bernards Township. This sought-after unincorporated community is a popular neighborhood among professionals, families, and retirees because of its access to a nationally renowned school system.


The headquarters of some of America’s and the world’s most notable brands and companies can be found in Bernards. The presence of prominent corporations and its proximity to the city make Bernards an attractive residential destination among well-to-do professionals.


Education is one of the Bernards Township’s best-selling points. The Bernards Township School District, serving kids at the pre-kindergarten to twelfth-grade levels. Ridge High School is a two-time recipient of the US Department of Education’s National Blue Ribbon School Award of Excellence. 

Long Hill Twp

New Jersey

Long Hill Township was incorporated as Passaic Township in 1866. In November, 1992 the voters elected to change the name of the municipality to Long Hill. 

The Township consists of four communities: the villages of Gillette, Millington and Stirling, and the hamlet of Meyersville. Homestead Park is the name of the first subdivision in the Township developed in the 1920's.

Long Hill Township is located in the most southern part of Morris County, New Jersey. It is bounded by the Passaic River on the south and west, and by the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge on the north. It borders both Union and Somerset Counties.

Students in grades 9 through 12 attend Watchung Hills Regional High School, which is one mile south of the Township’s border in Warren, New Jersey.

  • The high school district underwent the Evaluation of the Performance of School Districts as required by New Jersey Administrative Code.  Based on the results of the Quality Single Accountability Continuum performance review, the district has been rated as a high performing school district.

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New Jersey

Comprising twenty-one square miles, the Township of Randolph, incorporated in 1805, enjoyed a reputation as a popular summer resort. Benefiting from its high elevation and resulting cooler temperatures, the Mount Freedom section was a summer destination up until the early 1960s.

Today, Randolph is recognized as a superb town to live and raise a family. Located in the center of prestigious Morris County, Randolph benefits from excellent schools beautiful parks and terrific recreation programsSixteen miles of trails were constructed connecting parks, schools and neighborhoods taking full advantage of preserved woodlands and fields. The township has invested in a municipal park system looked upon as one of the best in the region.

With just under 26,000 residents residing in the community, the Randolph School district serves students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. The school system operates four elementary schools, a middle school and a high school. Randolph also hosts the County College of Morris  campus offering associates degrees in a number of popular majors.

Randolph is proud to be a modern suburban community with many residents commuting to Manhattan and corporate parks across north and central New Jersey. Our motto, “Where Life is Worth Living,” reflects the belief that Randolph offers its residents a special place in which to live and raise a family.

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