Are you considering relocating to New Jersey? Consider the distinctive characters of these historic counties.
Morris County is home to amazing scenic landscapes, lakes and forests. The area is thriving, a major transportation hub, reachable by car, bus, railroad, and airports.
Mount Olive Township is located in Morris County along the western boundary of Morris County. Mount Olive can be accessed via Route 80, Route 46, Route 206 and by rail. Mount Olive contains a designated Foreign Trade Zone, the International Trade Center. Jersey Success Realty is located in Mount Olive; our own children grew up here.
Among Warren County’s greatest resources are clean air, clean water, open spaces for families and visitors. Warren County offers wholesome outdoor recreation including biking, hiking, rafting, swimming, and horseback riding.
Warren County is home to more than forty nationally-recognized historical sites. Despite its storied past and scenic landscapes it is home to more than 100,000 people. Across Warren County, the historic Morris Canal is being transformed into public greenways.
Scenic Sussex County is New Jersey’s gateway to both New York and Pennsylvania. Sussex County has a distinctive rural flavor because farms, lakes, rivers, mountains, golf courses, campgrounds and wide open spaces characterize this area. As the northernmost county in New Jersey, it is somewhat cooler than other parts of the state.
The Delaware River recreation area provide superb recreation. Invite your entire family for canoeing, rafting, tubing, swimming, fishing, hunting, camping, skiing, skating, and other outdoor activities.