Morris County


Morris County sits approximately 30 miles to the west of New York City and is characterized by rolling hills and valleys that are traversed by the major interstates and highways. New York City commuters enjoy easy access on NJ Transit trains and busses which service all 39 towns in the county.



George Washington and his army headquartered in Morristown during the war. Several of these encampments are preserved for viewing today. In the 1900's, the nations business leaders from New York City flocked to the area for its ideal climate and "isolation" and it was claimed that more millionaires lived within a one mile radius of the Morristown Green than anywhere else in the world.



Today the character of the county has evolved into a suburban residential area with quaint towns and more distant rural suburbs. Many large corporations have located throughout the county and there are several reputable hospitals, colleges, universities and numerous award winning public school districts.

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