234 LONGWOOD AVENUE, CHATHAM TOWNSHIP
Sunday, September 14th, 2-4p
Official Listing Agent: Perri K. Feldman, 973-650-4727, Perri@MidtownDirectHomes.com. WELCOME HOME!!! This bright Chatham Township Colonial with beautiful hardwood floors throughout boasts $150,000 in recent upgrades, close to schools, shopping, recreation and NYC transportation. First floor highlights include a formal living room with wood-burning fireplace, formal dining room, a large eat-in kitchen, bedroom and full bath. Located on the second level are 3 generous bedrooms and 2 full baths. The master suite includes...Continue Reading!
The LIST is out...you know the one...New Jersey Monthly's bi-annual ranking of New Jersey High Schools. New Jersey home buyers use this list when considering which community is Best!
Congratulations to those top ranking Midtown Direct Communities, and other Essex, Morris, and Union County towns with easy commutes to NYC:
6. New Providence
19. Mountain Lakes
25. West Essex (North Caldwell, Roseland, Fairfield)
26. Hanover Park
27. Glen Ridge
36. Governor Livingston (Berkeley Heights)
46. Whippany Park
52. James Caldwell
54. Scotch...Continue Reading!
897 River Road
Chatham Township, NJ 07928
Sunday, June 22nd 2-4p
From the moment you drive up to 897 River Road you know you are somewhere special.
Just beyond the Passaic River County Park in Chatham Township, the home greets you with terrific curb appeal. Walking into the foyer you will know you are HOME in this custom 4 bedroom, 2.5 Colonial. A sun filled formal living room to your right and a formal dining room to your left...just perfect for...Continue Reading!
Nine of the 279 Graduates from New Jersey's Chatham High School 2013 class will attend Ivy League Schools:
5 University of Pennsylvania
3 Dartmouth College
1 Yale University
Most of the Chatham High School Graduates will be attending colleges and universities in the eastern part of the country, including:
New Jersey: Drew University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Monmouth University, Montclair State University, Rutgers University, Seton Hall University, The College of New Jersey
New York: Fordham University, Ithaca College, New York University, Syracuse University
Pennsylvania: Bryn Mawr College, Bucknell University,...Continue Reading!
Once again, Millburn High School is ranked #1 in New Jersey Monthly's Bi-Annual Survey of High Schools in the State.
Other towns along and adjacent to the Midtown Direct Train line into New York City and Manhattan were also in the top tier:
5 New Providence
24 Governor Livingston (Berkeley Heights)
40 Jonathan Dayton (Springfield)
Millburn High School has maintained their #1 rank...not surprising given the statistics and the fact that 29 graduates of the Class of 2010 are...Continue Reading!
Here are my Top Ten Reasons to Live in Chatham, New Jersey:
Chatham Township was named the #1 Place To Live in New Jersey by NJ Monthly in 2007.
Less than 40 minute commute into Manhattan via Midtown Direct Train Line and twenty minute drive to Newark/Liberty International Airport.
Small town feel in spite of its close proximity to NYC with its quiet, safe, and friendly community.
Hundreds of small businesses ready and willing to serve the community of Chatham.
Two of the top rated restaurants in New Jersey...Continue Reading!
There are some wonderful places to play tennis in New Jersey along the Midtown Direct Train line from South Orange to Morristown and in the adjacent communites as well.
In fact, South Orange has its own version of Wimbledon at Orange Lawn with grass courts, mandatory white tennis attire and a new clubhouse equipped for elaborate catering for parties of all sizes.
CenterCourt Athletic Club of Chatham is currently under construction as it prepares for the upcoming paddle season, open indoor court...Continue Reading!
Chatham New Jersey has a lot to be proud of:
In February 2008, Chatham, NJ was named the best place to live by New Jersey Monthly and the 2008 Graduating Class from Chatham High School is sending four to the Ivys including Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth and Harvard.
Where are the rest of the 2008 graduates going?
7-St. Josephs University
6-University of Scranton
5-County College of Morris
5-George Washington University
5-Loyola College of Maryland
5-Miami University Oxford
Most people don't realize that Chatham, New Jersey is made up of Chatham Township and Chatham Borough.
Chatham Borough is closer to downtown Chatham shopping and the Midtown Direct Train to NYC. Chatham Township is further from downtown with larger homes and corresponding prices.
"Perri was very reactive AND proactive. Clearly, she has an excellent grasp of the towns and counties she covers and went the extra mile to educate us on an area we were not entirely familiar with." Steve & Laura Lee