Homes For Sale In Morris County NJ

House For Sale In Morris CountyMany of the homes for sale in Morris County NJ, will border one of these seven counties Essex County, Hunterdon County, Passaic County, Somerset County, Sussex County, Union County and Hunterdon County. Because of Morris County’s location this makes it an ideal place to search homes for sale in Morris County, NJ.

By most accounts’ many of the homes for sale in Morris County, NJ are expensive. The medium home price for in 2019 was $438,000. This is only second to Bergen County’s medium home value of $451,200.

See below and search any of the homes for sale in Morris County NJ.  You can sort your search by price after selecting the “refine search” above the right-hand corner of the map.

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Morris County Homes & Real Estate

Based on the latest data available the per capital income in Morris County was $86,582 and making it the highest in New Jersey. Morris County is divided into 39 municipalities and without a major city. The most populated town is Parsippany-Troy Hills with an estimated population of 53,238. Parsippany-Troy Hills’ population is almost equal to Wayne Township in Passaic County. The similarities of these two towns makes Wayne Township a great second choice. Morris County’s largest township based on square miles is Rockaway Township which covers about 45.5 square miles.

Some of Morris County’s most expensive zip codes are: Chatham Township, Chester Township, Florham Park, Harding Township, Mendham Township and Mountain Lakes.

Morris County Transportation

Picture of Midtown ManhattanThere are three major Interstates that flow through Morris County that makes this county so attractive for commuters. These Interstates are: I-80 (east and west), I-280 (east and west) and I-287 (north and south).

Bus service is offered by NJ Transit and Lakeland Bus Company.

Train service is available via NJ Transit’s Morris & Essex Line, Montclair-Boonton Line to Hoboken & New York City via the Midtown Direct Line.

Morris County offers one local airport (Morristown Municipal Airport) for private plans and is located 3 miles outside of downtown Morristown.

Morris County Golf Courses

Picture of golf course

Nothing beats a beautiful day with the sun shining, birds chirping and playing a round of golf with family, friends or colleagues in Morris County.  Morris County offers four public courses evenly spread out throughout the county. Check out these courses for a relaxing day of golf.


Morris County History

Prior to the Dutch settlement of the early 1600s Morris County was occupied by the Lenape Native Indians whose roots go back to the year 1000. During the early 1600s it was not uncommon for the Native Americans and the Dutch to trade essentials items that the other needed. Morris County was formed in March of 1739 from portions of Hunterdon County.

Morris County was the winter camp site for the Continental Army after the Battles of Trenton and Princeton during the winter of 1777.
Morris County is named after Colonel Lewis Morris, governor of New Jersey in 1738-1739.

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