Locals benefit from a convenient Whole Foods Market in the heart of town.

Welcome to Morristown

Historic but hip, bustling yet easygoing, just west of NYC
Thirty-five miles from the city that never sleeps, Morristown is a picturesque embodiment of New Jersey beauty. Unlike homes situated in the city, Morristown real estate includes palatial estates on multi-acre plots of land. A conveniently located New Jersey Transit Station heads straight into Penn Station and returns locals back home to a life of serenity and peace.

Things to Do in Morristown, NJ

Although Morristown is a quiet community, it is also bustling and very active, with several centrally located modern amenities. Locals benefit from a convenient Whole Foods Market in the heart of town, locally owned pet stores, jewelers, and other businesses, and a wide variety of eateries, both casual and upscale. 1776 by David Burke features fresh takes on American classics. A swanky, upscale setting is the backdrop for elevated pub-style favorites, local craft beers, and an international wine list. A separate entrance features Top Golf Swing Suites, offering active entertainment to go with dinner. Just around the corner within a historic early-1900s mansion, Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen features four unique concepts under one roof. A glamorous, roaring ‘20s cocktail bar featuring over 100 spirits, a German beer hall, contemporary oyster bar, and fresh, hearty American fare created from local Jersey farm ingredients ensure there is something for everyone. South + Pine is another American eatery, with a wide variety of gluten-free and vegetarian options presented in a warm bistro setting. Other more exotic flavors can be found across the community. Trendy, Japanese cuisine and sushi in a sexy setting is the focus of Sushi Lounge. Some of the more colorful creations locals enjoy are the birds of paradise roles, the atomic roles, and Chilean sea bass rolls. Grasshopper Off The Green, affectionately referred to as “The Hopper” by locals, is an authentic Irish pub serving proper Irish breakfasts, shepherd's pie, and endless pints of Guinness. When one isn’t spending time at one of the community's dozens of highly-rated restaurants or bars, Morristown residents can enjoy quiet afternoons in parks, local community events, and shows at the Mayo Performing Arts Center. Previous performers have included The Righteous Brothers, Celtic Thunder, and tributes to the late, great Aretha Franklin.

Are Home Prices Dropping in New Jersey?

Home buying is slowing as a result of high prices, which may put down pressure on New Jersey home prices. North Jersey-area home prices, for example, fell 1% in May 2022, making houses for sale high in demand.


Is Morristown a Good Place to Live?

According to Niche, Morristown, NJ, is one of the best places to live in New Jersey. It's rated highly for public schools, family life, nightlife, diversity, and crime and safety. It was also awarded 12th place for "Best Places to Live in Morris County."


Is Morristown, New Jersey Expensive?

Morristown, NJ's cost of living is around 43% higher than the national average. The median home cost is $717,000, while the median sold price is a little higher at $840,000.

Morristown is home to a high concentration of top-rated private educational institutions. The Red Oak School, Peck School, Assumption School, Morristown Beard School, and Delbarton High School are just a few examples, all of which have received very high praise and top rankings from various news publications and websites.

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