Hopewell does “small town” like no other. Often listed in New Jersey Monthly as one of the “10 Best Small Towns in N.J.,” Hopewell is best described by the New York Times in its feature, “It’s in New Jersey but it Screams Vermont.” Most recently, a long-time resident and new merchant in town cited Hopewell […click here for full text].
Surrounded by Hopewell Township on all sides, Pennington Borough is a charming small town measuring just under one square mile, and this year celebrates its 125 year history. At its heart is a downtown that’s home to an assortment of unique, privately owned shops, salons and eateries, all of which contribute to the town’s Rockwellian charm. A single traffic […click here for full text].
Nestled on the banks of the Delaware River, Lambertville, N.J., is a town like no other. Named “One of America’s Prettiest Towns” by Forbes.com, this charming and historic river town sits in the northwest corner of Hunterdon County, just across the bridge from its neighbor, New Hope, PA. Much of the Victorian and Federal […click here for full text].
Just like it’s next-door-neighbor Princeton, the quaint village of Lawrenceville shares it’s name and much of it’s property with a nationally esteemed institution. The Lawrenceville School, a prestigious high school for both boarding and day students, boasts an 800 acre Frederick Law Olmsted designed campus, along with a notable alumni list. And also like […click here for full text].
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