Bethlehem Twp NJ Real Estate and Community Information

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Located in Northwestern New Jersey just a short distance from New York City, you will find Bethlehem Township. Bethlehem Township is part of Hunterdon County and the New York Metro Area. This charming, small community is perfect for people who are looking for a break from the hustle and bustle of city life.


Brief History

Although details of Bethlehem Township's history are not clear, official documents date back to about 1730. The community was incorporated as a township of New Jersey in February of 1798. Over the years, portions of the community were taken away to form other townships and boroughs. Today, Bethlehem Township remains a small community with an abundance of wildlife and vegetation.


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One of the best benefits of choosing to purchase Bethlehem Township homes is that there are several recreational centers and gorgeous parks nearby. The Bethlehem Township Boosters organizes a variety of programs for residents interested in joining such athletic teams in the areas of basketball, soccer, lacrosse, baseball and softball. Charleston Reserve can be found on State Route 31 and offers several terrific amenities including hunting areas, nature study areas and trails for hiking or biking. Other great parks and recreational facilities near Bethlehem Township properties include Clover Hill Park, Cold Brook Park, Bull's Island Recreation Area and Deer Path Park.


Attractions and Activities

If you become a Bethlehem Township home buyer, you will not have a hard time finding exciting things to do during your spare time. The community is close to many family-oriented attractions, and some of the more popular ones include the Princeton Doll and Toy Museum, Frenchtown Roller Rink, Misty Acres Farm, and Pine Creek Mini Golf. If you are an adventurous type of person, you are sure to enjoy such locations as Balloons Aloft, Delaware River Tubing, Sky River Helicopters and Billy Paunch Racing School. Are you interested in the community's history? Take some time to explore Fleming Castle, Red Mill Museum Village and James William Marshall House.


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Becoming a Bethlehem Twp home buyer will also provide you with the opportunity to attend a number of fun special events held near the community. For some wholesome family fun, be sure to attend the Annual Sweet Corn Festival in late July. Features of this event include tons of roasted corn and other tasty treats, wagon rides, activities for the kids, and a corn on the cob eating contest. Another event that takes place just minutes away from Bethlehem Township real estate is Doylestown Art Festival. This event is held in mid-September and features live music, arts and crafts, and delicious food and drinks. Other events you may want to attend include the Annual Fall Fling in October and Peachy Fun Days in August. If you have been looking for a home in New Jersey that offers small-town living yet is minutes away from several major cities, take a moment to speak with Cindy Czaskos. She can show you any homes for sale in Bethlehem Twp and assist you in finding a purchasing option that will fit your budget.
Dee Evans

Cindy Czaskos

Weichert President's Club, REALTOR®, ABR, SRES, SRS
(908) 391-5473 (866) 442-4340