Homes for sale in Pequannock, NJ can be found in the northeastern portion of Morris County, NJ. Homes for sale in Pequannock, NJ will also include all homes for sale in Pompton Plains NJ, which is an unincorporated area of Pequannock Township.
Pequannock, NJ is 20 miles west of New York City with an estimated population of 15,420 and covers an area of 7.171 square miles. Due to it’s large size of 7.171 square miles homes for sale in Pequannock, NJ will sometimes be near or border Kinnelon, Lincoln Park, Pompton Lakes, Riverdale or Wayne.
Pequannock NJ Real Estate
Pequannock, NJ offers great access to Route 23 and Interstate 287, which both travel north and south. Route 23 north will travel through the interchange of I-287 into West Milford and points further north. Route 23 south will travel through Wayne leading to routes 3 & 46 east bound or I-80 east bound to the George Washing Bridge.
I-287 north bound will travel through Oakland, Ramsey and Mahwah before connecting with the New York State thruway. I-287 travels south through Montville and eventually connects with I-80, east and west bound.
Over time Pequannock, NJ may be responsible for the formation of more towns in northern New Jersey, than any other town dating back to 1804. Pequannock Township, is the mother to Jefferson Township, (1804), Rockaway Township, (1844), Boonton Township, (1867), Montville Township, (1867), Butler Borough, (1901), Kinnelon Borough, (1922), Lincoln Park, (1922), and Riverdale Borough, (1923).
The name Pequannock, goes back to 1720 and was referred to as “Poquanick”. The name would later change to Poquanock Township, in 1740.
Pequannock Township School District
All public students of Pequannock Township are served by the Pequannock Township School District which consists of five schools in total. The latest school information available shows a student-teacher ratio of 12.7-1.
Pequannock public schools offers three elementary schools for grades, (K-5), which are: Stephen J Gerace Elementary, Hillview Elementary and North Boulevard Elementary. Middle school students will attend Pequannock Valley School for grades, (6-8) and Pequannock Township High School for grades, (9-12)
Pequannock Township Buses and Trains
Train service from Pequannock Township to Hoboken and Midtown Manhattan is available with NJ Transit Trains. Pequannock Township, no longer offers their own train station, but you can easily access NJ Transit Trains from the nearby Mountain View or Lincoln Park station. Another option would be the Wayne Route 23 Transit Center on Route 23 south in Wayne. All trains run on the Montclair-Boonton LIne.
NJ Transit Bus service is available both in town on the 194 line or at the Wayne Route 23 Transit Center in Wayne,
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