Annandale, NJ 

The history behind Annandale NJ Real Estate goes back to the 1760’s when the area was a stagecoach stop for those travelling between Philadelphia and New York City. Annandale was formed out of the 1840’s Clinton Township. In 1852, The Central Rail Road of New Jersey laid track through the region heading west. A railroad station was built, and a village developed around it with several Annandale NJ Homes. Originally named Clinton Station, the name was later changed. The township hardly grew from 1850 to 1950. It was a small town farming community. The construction of the Round Valley Reservoir and the decision to pave the roads after the First World War brought more people into the area. Eventually the modern Interstate 78 and US 22 further increased the town’s size and population to what it is today. To further explore the history of Annandale Real Estate go to

Parks and Recreation

Families looking for Annandale Homes for sale will love the Fields of Dreams. This park is perfect for locals, but it is also an ideal pit stop for I-78 travelers with young children. The ADA accessible wooden playground has swings, a sand box, and a wooden train to climb on among others. The Annandale Home Buyer will enjoy the surrounding shade trees and benches. More information can be found at

Voorhees State Park is nearby Annandale Properties, and it offers residents a beautiful outdoor area with seven trails, camping, and picnic shelters. The park is open from 8am to 8pm daily, and they have a telescope for night time sky watching programs. You can call 908-638-6969 for details.

Attractions and Activities

The Beaver Brook Country Club is in the heart of Real Estate in Annandale. The championship course has amazing views of Spruce Run Reservoir and Hunterdon Hills. The excellent layout includes a tree lined fairway. Go to for more information. You can call 908-735-4200 or email for tee times.

Annandale Homes are located amidst numerous Revolutionary War sites. Visit for a complete list. The Jones Tavern is included among these historic places. This 1760 tavern was used as a recruiting station for Hunterdon County’s militia. It was also the site of a loyalist raid and where Captain Jones hid General George Washington’s boats.

Your Annandale Realtor will tell you how a day at Black River and Western Railroad can help you get in touch with the towns transportation history. Here you can take a 70 minute ride on a steam powered train through picturesque Hunterdon County. Visit to plan your day.


An Annandale Real Estate Agent can inform you of many annual events in the area. You can also go to to find a list of all music, performing arts, and visual arts events.

Homes for sale in Annandale also offer one the events held at the country club at Beaver Brook. This includes the highly anticipated Rock the Aisle Bridal Show.

Dee Evans

Cindy Czaskos

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