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CHATHAM, NEW JERSEY
Located in Morris County, Chatham Borough and Chatham Township are known for their convenient town centers, beautiful homes, outstanding schools, and proximity to New York City.Both Chatham Borough and Chatham Township offer fine dining, cafés, coffee shops, pizzerias, delis, pharmacies, and grocery stores. Upscale shopping at Short Hills Mall is less than 3 miles away.

The Chathams also are located near the nationally recognized Morristown Medical Center and Summit Medical Group, one of the nation’s largest multispecialty medical practices. The Borough and Township are located between Madison and Summit.

The Chathams offer residents sophisticated living
with a friendly home-town character.

CHATHAM, NEW JERSEY ACTIVITIES
You can enjoy the town vibe with friends, family, and pets. In addition to Chatham Borough’s seasonal Farmer’s Market, you can participate in fun annual events, including the Kelley’s Pond Fishing Derby, Fishawack Festival, Fourth of July Parade, and Green Fair.

Like hiking? The Great Swamp Wildlife Refuge and Jockey Hollow National Park are nearby with fun trails and outdoor events. The Chatham Club gym offers fitness classes, personal training, and squash courts.

TOP-RATED PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Chatham Borough and Chatham Township share superior regional schools, including four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. Recent US Department of Education data show Chatham schools are number 6 in the state, with Chatham High School ranked number 5.

Learn more about ranking for Chatham, New Jersey, schools.

TOP-RATED PRIVATE AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS
The Chathams are convenient to highly ranked private schools, including the Chatham Day School, Delbarton School, Kent Place School, Morristown-Beard, Newark Academy, Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child, Oratory Preparatory School, Peck School, Seton Hall Preparatory School, Saint Patrick School, and Saint Vincent Martyr School.

An ideal place to live and commute,
Chatham has a beautifully restored railway station
with NJ Transit rail service to Hoboken and New York Penn Station.

According to recent Census data, the median income in Chatham is approximately $142,765, and the median home value is approximately $706,800. There are approximately 20,000 residents in the Borough and Township together.

Click here to read a history of The Chathams.

Visit the Chatham Historical Society and learn how Chatham got its start!