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Considering a relocation to Mendham? The Mendham area offer a very charming and elegant selection of homes with lots of small town character yet quite sophisticated. Mendham is also home to famed Governor Chris Christie. Centered in western Morris County, Mendham is a charming and historic town that dates back to the turn of the century. Winding, wooded roads, sprawling estates and historic structures dating back to the early 1700s leave visitors feeling like they’ve traveled through time. The downtown business district draws in customers with charming shops and restaurants, many of which serve as great architectural examples from the Federal, craftsman and late-Victorian eras. Mendham homes reflect history, elegance, character and charm making it a popular and modern US real estate relocation destination. Access to Manhattan is easy and accessible via the Midtown Direct Train line and NJ Transit bus service from Morristown.
Moving to Mendham often involves a job relocation and reassignment to both suburban and urban centers such as New York City. You may find a familiarity with the work environment where you are transferred while at the same time, you realize you have little knowledge about a suitable home and school system for you and your family. Communities in and surrounding Mendham Township and Mendham Borough offer a living experience far preferable to the hustle and bustle of urban centers but often relocation means a faster than comfortable transition to an area that you don't know. The stress can be eased greatly by finding a knowledgeable real estate relocation professional who is well acquainted with the variety of home and schooling options, available in and around Mendham.
Adrienne Francis has repeatedly delivered guidance with exceptional results to clients relocating or just moving to Mendham, making the transition virtually effortless. She has helped them find homes exactly meeting their specifications and needs, and both private and public schools for their children.
Act early, as soon as you know a relocation is in your future, seek out Adrienne’s perspective on all the available homes for sale and even some that are not yet listed for sale in Mendham. Knowledge of the schools, the area and inventory is key and Adrienne knows it well.
Call Mendham relocation expert and realtor, Adrienne Francis now and give yourself the advantage of Mendham’s top relocation specialist.
Though governed separately, Mendham Township and the smaller Mendham Borough are commonly referred to jointly as Mendham, an 18-square mile area of approximately 11,000 residents call Mendham home, including New Jersey’s world-renowned governor, Chris Christie. Winding, wooded roads, sprawling estates and historic structures dating back to the early 1700s leave visitors feeling like they’ve traveled through time. The downtown business district draws in customers with charming shops and restaurants, many of which serve as great architectural examples from the Federal, craftsman and late-Victorian eras. This quaint, upscale town is simply chock-full of history and Colonial charm; in fact, there are a number of historic sites listed on the National and State Registers, to include more than 100 examples in the Brookside neighborhood alone. The Ralston historic district notably features the one-room Ralston Historical Association building, which was built in 1785 and now operates as a museum. Residents look forward to annual events like the Fourth of July Parade and Festival held in idyllic Brookside, a September clambake that never disappoints, and the Holly Walk held during the holidays, complete with a house tour and shopping incentives from downtown establishments. The charming Brookside Beach is located next to the Elementary School and is open to both Township residents and its neighboring towns during the summer swim season. The ever-popular Mendham Black Horse Pub and Tavern has been in business for over 270 years and is renowned for its great food and beautiful setting in a historic stagecoach house. Other local highlights include the Schiff Nature Preserve, which boasts eight miles of trails and scenic natural habitats.
Homes throughout Mendham range in style, from beautifully preserved properties from the Greek Revival or Colonial period to the more modern, updated luxury estates that offer seemingly endless amenities and huge parcel of property. Mendham offers convenient access to routes 24/80/287 and 206, in addition to nearby train service into Manhattan and Liberty Int’l Airport. Serving both Mendham Borough and Township, in addition to students from Chester and Washington Township, West Morris Mendham High School was ranked fourth in the state by New Jersey Monthly magazine. Mendham is the crème de la crème of New Jersey, complete with the warmth of a small town and the proximity to the best city in the world - what more could you ask for? Come let me show you around the wonderful town of Mendham so you too can see what’s so special.