Friday September 22, 2017

Enjoy this “Virtual Tour” of Berkeley Heights 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 Berkeley Heights.

A Virtual Tour of Berkeley Heights

The Township of Berkeley Heights is a small community located in Union County, New Jersey featuring natural beauty and character.
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    Heritage Square

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    Pool

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    Shopping Center

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    Another View of the Shopping Center

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    Kings Food Store

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    Memorial Park

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    Trap Rock Restaurant

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    Wine Shop

More About Berkeley Heights

The Township of Berkeley Heights is a small community located in Union County, New Jersey, considered an ideal location for raising a family. It was ranked as the #6 Best Place to Live on CNNs list of Americas Top 50 Small Towns in 2013. Berkeley Heights offers residents a small, tight knit community filled with quiet tree-lined streets and comfortable homes. With a charming downtown area located on Springfield Avenue, Berkeley Heights provides an abundance of dining options along with municipal parks for recreation. Highlights include an easy commute via train into New York City, outstanding recreational programs for all ages and an excellent school system.

Town History

The New Jersey Legislature originally created Berkeley Heights as New Providence Township in 1809, as a part of Essex County. It was later added to the newly formed Union County, and then split to form Summit and New Providence in the late 1800s. The township was then renamed Berkeley Heights in a 1951 town referendum, after John Berkeley, one of the founders of the Province of New Jersey. The earliest construction in Berkeley Heights began in an area that is now part of the Watchung Reservation, a beautiful Union County park that includes 305 acres of the township.

Schools

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The Mary Kay McMillin Early Childhood Center Pre-School
Mountain Park SchoolElementary
Thomas Hughes SchoolElementary
William Woodruff SchoolElementary
Columbia Middle SchoolMiddle School
Governor Livingston High SchoolHigh School
Organizations & Activities

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VFW NJ Post 6259Civic Organizations
Police Athletic League Of Berkeley HeightsCivic Organizations
Rotary Club Of Berkeley HeightsCivic Organizations
Judith G. Wharton Music CenterCultural Activities
Berkeley Heights Community PoolRecreational Facilities
Berkeley Swim ClubRecreational Facilities
Phone & E-mail Directory

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Fire Department908.464.0800
Library908.464.9333
Municipal Clerk908.464.2700 x2220
Parking908.464.2700 x 2110
Police Department 908.464.1111
Recreation Dept908.464.0550
Area Restaurants

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Delicious HeightsBerkeley Heights
East Japanese And Asian FusionBerkeley Heights
Trap Rock Restaurant And BreweryBerkeley Heights
Wasabi Japanese RestaurantBerkeley Heights