Morris County New Jersey is the state’s second wealthiest and most populated county located only 30 miles from New York City. The most populous town is Parsippany-Troy Hills and Rockaway Township is the largest covering 45.55 square miles.
Located in the same proximity is the hub of Morris County which includes the quaint town of Denville, sprawling Rockaway Township and bucolic Boonton Township. Kinnelon is one of Morris County's hidden gems with prestigious Smoke Rise section and excellent school systems. The Town of Boonton and Mountain Lakes round out this rural enclave that is secluded yet convenient to all major highways, public transportation, restaurants, shops and good, ole fashioned community events.
In Passaic County, the town of Wayne has something for everybody. Lake communities such as Pines Lake and Packanack Lake provide for year 'round activities along with many other developments ranging from the Valley to the Mountain section. Two top rated high schools, convenient to shopping, mass transportation and NYC make Wayne a great place to live.
Take a virtual look through the Community Page website to learn more about each town, school systems, services and community events (when we are allowed to re-engage). Please contact me if you’d like to explore any of these towns in person.