REAL ESTATE OFFICE
Office Manager - Broker Associate
222 Millstone Road
Millstone, NJ 08535
Office: (732) 446-4959
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Millstone Township is located in the southwestern section of Monmouth County; New Jersey’s “Shore Region” where gorgeous natural landscapes dot an area covering more than 37 square miles of rolling countryside. Find your home in this colonial era town with modern amenities and a wealth of things to do!
Acres of farmland and orchards are still omnipresent in the Monmouth County area and play a significant role in the region’s economy. Nearly 500 trees are currently being grown at Halka Nurseries, a large tree farm in Millstone Township; these trees will be part of the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero.
All Millstone Township public school students in Kindergarten through eighth grade attend school in the Millstone Township School District.
As the northernmost county on the Jersey Shore, Monmouth is closest in proximity to Manhattan. The area has access to numerous vital roads including Route 18, Route 33, Route 34, Route 35, Route 36, Route 66, Route 70, Route 71, Route 79, Route 138 and Route 9.
Named after the Millstone River which originates there, Millstone Township was incorporated on February 28, 1844. It originally consisted of nine villages: Cars Tavern, Holmeson, Smithburg, Sweetman, Bergen Mills, Bairdsville, Stone Tavern, Clarksburg, and Perrineville. Today, Perrineville and Clarksburg are the two remaining communities from that group that comprise the Township.
During the American Revolutionary War, Millstone Township was the site of a secret post for the Continental army, a favored location due to its hilly terrain. General George Washington also used a local tavern as his outpost during the war.
Two buildings in Millstone Township are listed on the National Register of Historic Places: the Clarksburg Episcopal Methodist Church built in 1845 and the Clarksburg Schoolhouse, a four-room structure built in 1923 and presently serving as home for the Township’s municipal offices.
The Freehold Raceway Mall is just a few miles from Millstone Township, offering a wide variety of shops, services and foods.
Brandywine Soccer Complex offers nine soccer fields as well as bathroom facilities
Abate Park provides walking trails, tennis and basketball courts, a handball court, tot lot, exercise fitness equipment, field hockey field, multi-purpose field and bathroom facilities.
Rocky Brook Park is equipped with a basketball court, 4 tennis courts, tot lot and picnic tables.
Nestled in the Township’s wooded hills, Black Bear Lake is set among 33 beautiful acres and offers visitors plenty of full-service amenities.
Frogbridge Country Resort boasts 86 acres with playgrounds and camping facilities.
Charleston Springs North and South courses offer 36 holes of championship caliber golf on large immaculately maintained greens.
It’s “game on” in nearby Cream Ridge, as Top Gun Paintball Games plays host to paintball enthusiasts year-round.
Wagner Farm Park provides a football field, lacrosse field, field hockey field, tot lot, and a walking trail. A multi-purpose building is used for wrestling matches, a teen center, half-court basketball court and a concession stand.
For thrill (ride) seekers, Six Flags Great Adventure is about 3 miles down the NJ Turnpike. One of the park’s entrances is in fact located in Millstone Township.
Equine devotees have plenty of choices regarding where to house their steed (or where to learn how to ride one):
Nearaway Farm, Perrineville (stables)
Chestnut Ridge Equestrian Center, Perrineville (Instruction)
Golden Gait Farm (stables)
Hickory Ridge Farm in nearby Allentown, New Jersey features farms and orchards as well as horse stables.