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Leaving the city and moving to the suburbs is one of those coming of age steps that can feel like you’ve thrown in the preverbal towel! The city is fun and exciting, with everything to do while the suburbs roll up the sidewalks at 8 p.m. At least that’s the stereotype. But if you’re looking at Millburn-Short Hills homes, it’s not the reality at all.

There is much to do near Millburn-Short Hills homes. There are great restaurants (and many new) in downtown Millburn. One of my personal favorites is Cara Mia, a family owned Italian place that’s right around the corner from The Paper Mill Playhouse. The Common Lot, on 27 Main St has been included in the NJ Monthly Top 25 Best Restaurants for 2016! Grab a bagel at The Bagel Chateau also known as Goldberg’s Famous Deli or a Sloppy at The Millburn Deli. There are also many art galleries to browse. People who live in Millburn-Short Hills homes get to take advantage of great events, as well. In April, there is the annual Street Fair with music, food, and a wide selection of gorgeous artisan-crafted art. Over the summer, enjoy the Fourth of July gala and the summer Farmers Market taking place on Tuesday’s 9am-3pm Main & Essex Street.

No one living in Millburn-Short Hills homes lacks for something to do in town. But if there’s a great event in New York you don’t want to miss, it’s just a 35-minute train ride away.
We have 2 train stations in Millburn. One is located at 35 Essex St. in Millburn and the other is at 35 Chatham Rd. in Short Hills. Parking is on a first come, first served basis. Permits cost $360 per year and are issued by the Tax Collector at Millburn Town Hall, 375 Millburn Avenue, Millburn, 07041. For more information call 973-564-7083 during office hours. NJT runs straight into Penn Station.

Niche has released its annual ranking of best school districts in America. We are proud to announce that Millburn ranked #2 among public schools in New Jersey, up from #4 .

Reminder: Students who do not qualify for mandated transportation, i.e., grades K-8 who live more than 2 miles from school or grades 9-12 who live more than 2.5 miles from school, can apply for subscription busing.

If you see a move to the suburbs in your future, don’t get depressed and think you’re giving up on a vibrant social life. Start searching Millburn-Short Hills homes to find one that suits your lifestyle. You’ll fall in love with our South Mountain Reservation, biking paths, outdoor tennis with homes from mid-century modern to Georgian Colonials. Come take a look, and you’ll know why so many people are gratified by a move to this suburb.

Commuting

We have 2 train stations in Millburn. One is located at 35 Essex St. in Millburn and the other is at 35 Chatham Rd. in Short Hills. Parking is on a first come, first served basis. Commuter Permits: Annual, $510, Semi-Annual, $375, Annual second car, $600, semi-annual second car, $425. and are issued by the Tax Collector at Millburn Town Hall, 375 Millburn Avenue, Millburn, 07041. For more information call 973-564-7083 during office hours. NJTruns straight into Penn Station.

Schools

In Millburn-Short Hills there is a high standard of living, so of course the Millburn Short Hills schools are kept to the highest standards as well. In the 2015 Nicheranking of the best public schools in the state of New Jersey, Millburn schools were #1 in the state, with Short Hills being #2. A Blue Ribbon School, Millburn High School has also been nationally recognized by Newsweek as the 69th best in the US2014 and for 2015 we moved up to 13th in America. The 2015 ranking showing Best High School Teachers in America with an A+ RATING. New reports are just coming out for 2016 with The Millburn Middle School being ranked Best Public School in America. This notoriety is shown in high academic achievement for Millburn-Short Hills students, with almost 97% of graduating seniors proceeding to attend a four-year university, and the challenging curriculum including courses such as: AP Calculus BC, Advanced Robotics, Discrete Mathematics, Astrophysics, Genetics, Modern Dramatic Literature, and AP Chinese. If that’s not all, Millburn High School also excels athletically, with the boys tennis team winning the last two NJ State Tournament of Champions.

Simply put, enrolling your children in a Millburn-Short Hills school is a sure recipe for success. It’s the perfect balance of academics, along with a supportive social environment, a place where you child can grow intellectually, physically, and socially.

2017 Best Public Middle Schools in Metro Region
2017 Best Public Elementary Schools
2107 Best School Districts in NJ
2017 Best Public High Schools in Metro Region
2017 Best School Districts in New Jersey

Buying and selling homes in an area like Short Hills where real estate values are high requires a personal touch and strong negotiating skills. Joanna Parker-Lentz and Jodi Rubenstein have proven consistently that their negotiation and sales skills are exactly what Short Hills buyers and sellers need. Whether they are in the market for Short Hills NJ homes for sale or have an estate they are ready to list, buyers and sellers in this area know they can count on Jodi and Joanna to provide superior services. Give them a call today at their Coldwell Banker office located right in Short Hills to discuss your home buying or selling needs, and put the power of their real estate passion to work for you.