Greenwich Twp NJ Real Estate and Community Information

78778401.jpgReal estate in Greenwich Twp NJ just might be the ideal choice for the home buyer seeking the idyllic country lifestyle. With a population of just under 6,000 the township is perfectly sized for people to get to know their neighbors. Just because it's a small community doesn't mean it isn't spirited. Everyone gathers at various seasons to celebrate holidays and to get to know each other better. The excellent public schools serve the needs of the youngest residents with impressively low student to teacher ratios, meaning better educational opportunities for all. Low crime rates and a wealth of desirable homes for sale make Greenwich Twp a popular choice for raising a family. Both new construction and historic houses are available in the area. Let Realtor Cindy Czaskos help you discover this welcoming hometown. 


Owning properties in this community means having the opportunity to settle in one of New Jersey's oldest townships. The earliest mentions of the township in local history date back to 1738. Many citizens served honorably in the Revolutionary War. Agriculture was the driving force behind the area's economy, and several transportation projects like the Morris Canal and the New Brunswick Pike were constructed in part to foster the community's growth. The township's long history is celebrated through the preservation of various historic sites

Parks and Recreation

Buying one of the beautiful homes in Greenwich Twp NJ gives people an opportunity to participate in the thriving programs of the Recreation Commission. The Commission manages an impressive roster of sports for the community's young people. Warren County features a number of state parks and national recreation areas that are easily accessible to people living in properties in the area.

Attractions and Activities  

Hunterdon Hills Playhouse in nearby Union Township always delivers a fun-filled evening of live entertainment and delicious food. Neighboring Phillipsburg boasts a fabulous historic train ride. Memorable family fun is found at the Land of Make Believe, a theme park in the city of Hope. Families gather seasonal produce at the Horse Sleigh Farm in Washington. It's also the perfect place to celebrate fall. 


Families who choose real estate here can attend year round events sponsored by the Recreation Commission. Foot races, parades, dances and more are on the calendar. The Warren County Farmer's Fair is the highlight of the summer for people living in homes in Greenwich Twp. The Phillipsburg Ole Towne Festival is another fun summertime happening.

Contact Cindy Czaskos to learn more about the beautiful homes for sale in this desirable community.

Dee Evans

Cindy Czaskos

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