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Short Hills and Millburn


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SHORT HILLS AND MILLBURN, NEW JERSEY

Located in Essex County, Short Hills and Millburn, New Jersey, are among several charming towns that comprise Millburn Township. Tree-lined streets, storybook neighborhoods, luxurious homes, and proximity to New York City make the location one of New Jersey’s top places to live.

With two railroad stations providing midtown direct service to New York City’s Penn Station, Broad Street Station in Newark, Secaucus Junction, and Hoboken Terminal, Short Hills and Millburn are ideal communities from which to commute.

ACTIVITIES AROUND THE CORNER

Short Hills and Millburn offer residents beautiful open spaces and parks, including South Mountain Reservation, Taylor Park, and the Hartshorn Arboretum and Bird Sanctuary. They also are known for an outstanding regional theater, the Paper Mill Playhouse, and proximity to the nationally acclaimed Short Hills Mall for high-end fashion brands.

Sophisticated and beautiful, Short Hills and Millburn
have consistently earned spots
in NJ Monthly’s top places to live in the state.

TOP-RATED PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Millburn Township has a robust public school system, serving kids from pre-K through grade 12 in eight schools, including one middle school and one high school. Millburn schools are distinguished by their high ranking —number 13 in the nation and number 8 in the state — an asset that prompts many homeowners to settle in the area.

TOP-RATED PRIVATE AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS

In addition to the outstanding public schools, Short Hills and Millburn are convenient to highly ranked private schools, including the Far Brook School, Pingry School, Saint Rose of Lima, and Winston School.

According to recent Census data, Millburn township hosts a population of approximately 21,000, with a median household income of $202,862, and median home value of $1,057,500.