Monday January 22, 2018

Enjoy this “Virtual Tour” of Madison and see the community as I do each day. My goal is to provide you with all the information you need to make your housing decisions. Please contact me if you have any questions or would like to see homes for sale in Madison.

A Virtual Tour of Madison

Madison was ranked the 33rd "Best Place To Live 2011" in the U.S. by Money Magazine. Madison's main street boasts an array of delightful boutiques, restaurants, and specialty boutiques.
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    Town Clock

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    Downtown Madison

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    Hartley Dodge Memorial

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    Madison Train Station

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    Dodge Playground

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    Dodge Basketball Courts

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    Madison Public Library


    Madison YMCA

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    Madison Hotel

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    Whole Foods in Madison

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    Drew University

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    Drew Sports Arena

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    Saint Elizabeth's

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    Saint Elizabeth's

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    FDU Mansion

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    Drew University Shakesphere Theatre

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    Shakesphere Theatre of New Jersey

More About Madison

Madison is a community located in Morris County, with a wide range of housing opportunities, anywhere from garden apartments to larger residences. Residential areas are characterized by tree lined streets and local parks which provide great spaces for recreation. Located downtown is a thriving central business district, with great shopping and dining establishments frequented by locals and others from the surrounding counties. Close proximity to New York City, reachable by NJ Transit railways and conveniently located highways make Madison an ideal place to commute from as well.

Town History

Madison was first settled in 1715 and was included in the provision for Chatham Township in 1806, which it seceded from to become an independent town in 1889. Madison grew tremendously after the Civil War with the establishment of the Morris and Essex Train Line, which allowed efficient transport of produce, and a flourishing rose-growing community to develop. The town then became popular as a residence for wealthier families after the Second World War, and has continued to grow since.


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Child Development Center-GiraldaPre-School
Madison Co-op Nursery SchoolPre-School
Madison Montessori SchoolPre-School
Rainbow Montessori PreschoolPre-School
Sprout HousePre-School
The Montessori Children's AcademyPre-School
Central Avenue SchoolElementary
Kings Road SchoolElementary
St. Vincent Martyr SchoolElementary
Torey J. Sabatini SchoolElementary
Madison Junior SchoolMiddle School
Madison High SchoolHigh School
Organizations & Activities

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Rotary Club Of MadisonCivic Organizations
Masons Lodge No. 93Civic Organizations
Morris Habitat For Humanity Inc.Civic Organizations
St. Hubert's Giralda Animal Welfare CenterCivic Organizations
Kiwanis Club Of MadisonCivic Organizations
Museum Of Early Trades And CraftsCultural Activities
Madison Arts And CultureCultural Activities
Madison Historical SocietyCultural Activities
Shakespeare Theatre Of New JerseyCultural Activities
Madison Community HouseCultural Activities
Playwrights Theatre Of New JerseyCultural Activities
Garden Club Of MadisonCultural Activities
Phone & E-mail Directory

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Borough Clerk973.593.3041
Fire Department973.593.8494
Police Department973.593.3015
Recreation Department973.593.3097
Area Restaurants

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David's Rumba CafeMadison
Il Mondo VecchioMadison
Osteria TreviMadison
Poor Herbie'sMadison
Rod's Steak And Seafood GrillMorristown
Soho 33Madison
Yuki HanaMadison