Our Towns

Information on Our Towns and Areas We Service

Chatham Township


Chatham Township spans from sections of Lafayette Avenue all the way out to the edge of Meyersville Road. Chatham Township has many popular neighborhoods such as Wickham Woods, Rolling Hill, Highlands and Chatham Heights. Lot sizes in Chatham Township tend to be larger at approximately .20 to 1+acre depending on location! Residents in Chatham Township can get on a waiting list for a parking pass at the Chatham Train Station (located in the Boro). Only Borough residents qualify for a parking pass. Many residents either choose to drive and park in Summit, use the BoxCar app to book a bus ticket or find parking ahead of time at the train station in Chatham ( which has limited daily spots on a first come, first serve basis), or drive to Secaucus/Hoboken to take the path. The schools in Chatham Township are:


Southern Boulevard School- K-3

Lafayette Junior School- 4-5

Chatham Middle School- 6-8

Chatham High School


Have questions on private school options in town? Private preschools and daycares? Contact us- we have the inside scoop on the best programs for each family’s needs- Corinne is an expert with two kids and can give you the information you need to make the best decision for your family!


Rolling Hill


Founded in 1957, the Rolling Hill Association (RHA) is a neighborhood social club in Chatham Township, New Jersey. RHA is a volunteer organization focused on bringing neighbors together through a variety of social events. Whether you have a family with young children or an empty nest, RHA provides many opportunities to meet and connect with neighbors. From Progressive Dinners to Children’s Holiday Parties to Wine Tastings and Happy Fridays, there is something for everyone.

RHA is an organization that is social for a good cause. A portion of RHA membership dues and event fees are donated annually to Chatham Emergency Squad (CES) and the Chatham and Green Village Volunteer Fire Department. Located right in our neighborhood, CES provides Chatham residents with emergency medical services 24/7/365. 

RHA also frequently has outings to support local shelters, like Soup Sisters- a cooking school that offers volunteers the opportunity to help prepare soup for those in need (NJ Battered Women’s Society, Soup Kitchens, etc.


Rolling Hill is a small neighborhood known for split levels, bilevels, ranches and many new luxury construction homes. Many of Rolling Hill’s original homes were built by Harvey Kaplan, a builder whose signature design was the rounded turns in hallways- a design still seen today by original homes.


Rolling Hill spans from Lafayette Avenue to Pine Street to Shunpike Road to Noe Avenue and Southern Blvd back up to Lafayette. For questions about membership or real estate located in Rolling Hill, please contact Corinne DeJianne (973) 906-2250 Corinne.DeJianne@gmail.com


 Wickham Woods


The Wickham Woods Neighborhood Association (WWNA) is a voluntary neighborhood social club in Chatham Township, New Jersey. WWNA is a volunteer organization focused strengthening and enriching the relationships between neighbors through a variety of social events. In the past Wickham Woods Neighborhood Association has provided the following events to it’s neighbors:


Block party, Easter egg hunt, Halloween party, ice cream social, playground group for babies/toddlers, pizza/popsicle night, book club, wine night, new family welcome party, wine cocktail party, progressive dinner and visit from Santa!


Whether you have a family with young children or an empty nest, WWNA provides many opportunities to meet and connect with neighbors.


Wickham Woods neighborhood association has a fantastic website where new members can request membership and gain access to neighborhood contacts. See below for website:





Wickham Woods is a small neighborhood known for spacious split level, ranch and colonial style homes. Wickham Woods also has some new luxury construction homes.


Wickham Woods spans from Runnymede Road to Westminster Road to Hampton Road to Thornley Drive to Glenmere Drive. For questions about real estate located in Wickham Woods please contact Corinne DeJianne (973) 906-2250 Corinne.DeJianne@gmail.com


Chatham Borough


Chatham Borough spans from Lafayette Avenue all the way to Parrott Mill Road off Main Street, as well as, Garden Avenue on the other side of Main Street (headed towards Madison). Chatham Borough has many popular neighborhoods as well, such as Manor Section, Upper Washington Avenue, Garden Avenue section ( lots of new construction here! ), Tallmadge Avenue and Meadowbrook neighborhoods. Chatham Borough, in many sections will have smaller lots that are closer together- don’t let this deter you though! Its great to have a walkable neighborhood, especially when making a big transition from an urban area, to the suburbs. You will also have the opportunity to meet you neighbors and the starter homes ( 3 bed, 1 bath) will be a great price point to start at! The schools in Chatham Borough are:


Milton Avenue School- K-3

Washington Avenue School- K-3

Lafayette Junior School- 4-5

Chatham Middle School- 6-8

Chatham High School


Have questions on private school options in town? Private preschools and daycares? Contact us- we have the inside scoop on the best programs for each family’s needs- Corinne is an expert with two kids and can give you the information you need to make the best decision for your family!



Bordering Chatham, Florham Park and Harding, Madison offers homes with the charm of past years, as well as, the conveniences of today through exceptional downtown eating and shopping! Madison has its own train line and standout school system. Madison is also one of very few to have full day kindergarten classes. Madison has three elementary schools (Torey J., Kings Road and Central Avenue), one Middle School , and one High School.



The city of Summit is another popular destination for NYC area transplants looking to still have an active downtown, while remaining closer to the city via commuting. Summit, architecturally, has very different homes than those of the surrounding towns. Summit hosts the express train stop to NYC and has three elementary schools ( Washington, Franklin, Jefferson), one middle school (Lawton C. Johnson) and one high school ( Summit High School). Summit also is home to Overlook Hospital- one of the larger hospitals in the area.

New Providence

New Providence is the neighbor of Berkeley Heights, just a bit closer to Summit. New Providence is unique in that it is small but has a lot to offer! It has two train stations, two elementary schools  (Salt Brook and Allan J Roberts), one middle school ( New Providence Middle School) and one high school ( New Providence High School).


Berkeley Heights


Berkeley Heights is located in between Chatham and Summit and offers terrific value with generous sized homes, a train line stop and award winning schools. Berkeley Heights has one early childhood center (Mary Kay McMillian), three elementary schools (Mountain Park, Thomas Hughes and William Woodruff), one middle school ( Columbia) and one High School ( Governor Livingston ( which is shared with Mountainside)


Florham Park


Florham Park is nestled between Madison, East Hanover and Chatham and offers different styles of homes for an affordable price point. Florham Park does not have a train line stop, but many sections of town are convenient for commuting from other train lines. Florham Park has two elementary schools ( Briarwood and Brooklake Schools), One Middle School ( Ridgedale Middle School) and share the public High School of Hanover Park. Florham Park is one of the few districts in Morris County offering free full day kindergarten!



Tied closely with Morris Township, Morristown ‘proper’ has more of an urban feel with a majority of the homes falling in the city limits of downtown Morristown. Morristown Downtown has become a hotspot for those NYC area transplants who want a more gentle transition into suburban life, but still want some additional space! Morristown also has their own train line stop, making it even more desirable! Morristown and Morris Township share the following schools depending on location/ district:


Morristown High School (Grades 9-12)

Frelinghuysen Middle School (Grades 6-8)

Alexander Hamilton Elementary School (Grades 3-5)

Normandy Park Elementary School (Grades K-5)

Sussex Avenue Elementary School (Grades 3-5)

Thomas Jefferson Elementary School (Grades 3-5)

Alfred Vail Elementary School (Grades K-2)

Hillcrest Elementary School (Grades K-2)

Woodland Elementary School (Grades K-2)

Lafayette Learning Center (PreK 3 and 4)*

*capacity dependent, Morris Township offers  free  Pre-school to residents!




Located just outside of Chatham and Madison, Harding feels like you are miles and hours away from civilization at times, but only 5 minutes to the nearest grocery store! Harding is unique in it offers large homes and endless seeming property and a different pace of life, while still being close enough to drive to another town to commute. Harding is also unique due to not being on public sewer or water. Residents have their own septic and well systems they use and are responsible for their own maintenance. Harding has exceptionally low taxes and has an almost “private” feeling K-8 school and share the Madison High School.


Long Hill Township

Also bordering Harding and Chatham is Long Hill Township, a sprawling town with much variety in home styles and price points, as well as, two train line stops! Long Hill has the following Schools:

Gillette School- Pre-K through 1st grade

Millington School- 2nd through 5th

Central Middle School- 6th through 8th

Long Hill shares the regional high school of Watchung Hills Regional High School



Just past Harding (through the Jockey Hollow nature preserve) is Mendham. Another country feeling town with modern amenities and larger property sizes. Mendham is split into two sections- Township and Borough. Mendham Township typically has larger homes, almost all of which are not on public utilities ( similar to Harding). Mendham Borough typically has more modest homes, almost all of which are on public utilities. Mendham has a train line stop and also has highly rated schools. Mendham Borough has one elementary school ( Hilltop) and one Middle School ( Mountain View). Mendham Township has one elementary school (Mendham Twp) and One Middle School (Mendham Twp). The Borough and the Township come together for Highschool at West Morris Mendham High School. West Morris Mendham High School serves the residents of Mendham Borough, Mendham Township, Chester Borough, and Chester Township.


Morris Township

Morris Township ranges from bordering Madison and Florham Park to sections out in Harding and Chatham. Morris Township has a few special neighborhoods that have become increasingly popular:

         Convent Station- known for spacious ranch, split level and colonial style homes, this neighborhood has become increasingly popular for families looking for space and updates at an affordable price- while staying close to towns like Madison. Convent Station houses the train line stop for Morris Township

         Springbrook Section- this section has a variety of unique homes ranging from $800,000-$2,000,000+! This specific neighborhood is quiet and backs to the Springbrook Golf Club in Morris Township- a beautiful backdrop!

         Burnham Park Neighborhood- just past the Courthouse in downtown Morristown is a special community built into a winding mountaintop with a pool and play area- perfect for families of all shapes and sizes! This community is steps to one of the local schools and has become a hot spot for young buyers!