Sunday October 22, 2017

Enjoy this “Virtual Tour” of Millburn-Short Hills and see the community as we do each day. Our goal is to provide you with all the information you need to make your housing decisions. Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to see homes for sale in Millburn-Short Hills.

A Virtual Tour of Millburn-Short Hills

The Millburn Township downtown area provides upscale shopping along with smaller specialty shops, giving the downtown much appeal.
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    The Millburn Deli

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    Millburn High School

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    Millburn Township Town Hall

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    The Millburn Train Station with NYC direct service

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    The Paper MIll Playhouse

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    Millburn Township Public LIbrary

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    Short Hills Train Station with NYC direct service

More About Millburn-Short Hills

Millburn Township is a beautiful residential area located in Essex County. Short Hills is located within Millburn Township, but the names are often used interchangeably by residents. The Townships, where most residents reside in single-family homes, enjoy a downtown with the perfect combination of high end and smaller local shopping. Millburn Township has an excellent school system, ranked number one in 2010 in the state by New Jersey Magazine, and the Township is easily accessible to New York City by train or highway.

Town History

Millburn was originally a colonial agricultural settlement. During the Revolutionary War, George Washington and his troops visited Millburn while staying in Morristown. After the Revolutionary War, the Rahway River was dammed to form mill ponds, and the first paper mill was built in 1790 to manufacture banknotes. Most of the early mills were paper mills, most notably among them the Diamond Mill that is now the site of the Paper Mill Playhouse. In 1835 the Morris and Essex Railroad was completed, which links Millburn to New York City.

Schools

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Deerfield Elementary SchoolElementary
Far Brook SchoolElementary
Glenwood Elementary SchoolElementary
Hartshorn Elementary SchoolElementary
Pingry SchoolElementary
Saint Rose Of Lima AcademyElementary
South Mountain Elementary SchoolElementary
Wyoming SchoolElementary
Millburn Middle SchoolMiddle School
Millburn High SchoolHigh School
Organizations & Activities

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Paper Mill PlayhouseCultural Activities
Millburn-Short Hills Historical SocietyCultural Activities
Millburn Township PoolRecreational Facilities
Bauer Community CenterRecreational Facilities
Phone & E-mail Directory

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Fire Department973.564.7035
Library973.376.1006
Millburn Twp. Clerk 973.564.7073
Parking973.564.7084
Police Department973.564.7001
Recreation Department973.564.7097
Senior Citizens973.564.7091
Area Restaurants

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Basilico RestarurantMillburn
Cafe MonetMillburn
Legal Sea FoodsShort Hills
McLynn'sSpringfield
Papa RazziShort Hills
The Millburn DeliMillburn
TingaMillburn