This beautiful community was established in 1799, when the New Jersey legislature combined parts of Roxbury and Washington townships.
Later, portions of Randolph Township and Chester Borough were added to Chester Township.
Today, this affluent New Jersey community is known for its grand Victorian-style homes and large estate homes.
Chester Township is also well known for its many community events throughout the year, including Victorian home tours and downtown jazz concerts.
Continue reading to learn more about this small yet impressive Morris County community to see if it’s the right fit for you and your family.
Residents living in this Morris County community are zoned for a number of high-performing public schools within the Chester Township Public District, including:
For High School, students attend West Morris Mendham High School, which also serves Chester Borough, Mendham Borough, Mendham Township and Washington Township.
Because Chester Township is located within the New Jersey Highlands, development is fairly limited in this part of Morris County.
Thus, if you’re the kind of New Jersey home buyer who prefers natural vistas to skyscrapers, this may be the perfect Morris County community for you.
Contact me, Sean Shallis, today to learn more about living in Chester Township.