Parsippany, NJ

All About Parsippany

Parsippany-Troy Hills Township, commonly called simply Parsippany, is a Township in Morris County, New Jersey. The name Parsippany comes from the Lenape Native American word parsipanong, which means “the place where the river winds through the valley.” Parsippany-Troy Hills is the most populous municipality in Morris County. It was incorporated as a township by an Act of New Jersey Legislature on March 12, 1928, from portions of Hanover Township.

In 2006, Parsippany-Troy Hills was recognized by Money magazine as the 17th-ranked of the Best Places to Live in the United States, the highest-ranked location in New Jersey. Parsippany has 31 parks throughout the township, with the park system preserving over 800 acres. Lake Hiawatha is an unincorporated area located within the township.

The Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills is a vibrant, safe community with a great ethnic and cultural diversity – a place where excellent schools and recreational facilities are provided and where government cares about its people. Our neighborhoods remain popular because of accessibility to major highways, mass transit, an abundance of hotels, shopping, entertainment and a dynamic job market. Proximity to airports, vacation areas and New York City add to the convenience and richness of life in our community.

The Parsippany Troy-Hills School District is a K-12 district with fourteen schools serving a population of approximately 7,250 students in ten elementary schools, two middle schools, two high schools, and an adult education center. The community served by the district is ethnically, culturally and linguistically diverse.

The Parsippany-Troy Hills School District has an excellent reputation for maintaining high standards of instruction. The instructional program is based upon a comprehensive K-12 curriculum supported by ongoing professional development opportunities, instructional materials, and support staff.

Denville

Denville is a picturesque community known as “The Hub of Morris County,” a very fitting description for a township located in the heart of one of New Jersey’s wealthiest locales. Denville has preserved much of its natural beauty that formed its original appeal: sparkling lakes, ponds, streams, and rustic views of meadows and rolling hills, combined to form one of the area’s most desirable residential locations.

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Mountain Lakes

Mountain Lakes is approximately 35 miles due west of New York City, 12 miles northwest of Newark, New Jersey’s largest city, and 9 miles north of Morristown, the county seat. The Borough is situated near the center of Morris County, one of the state’s most populous and rapidly growing areas. Mountain Lakes lies just northwest of the intersection of Routes I-287, I-80, and north of NJ State Route 46, a major commercial thoroughfare which forms part of the Borough’s southern boundary.

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Mount Tabor

During the Victorian era of the late 1800s, many new communities were formed across America. Prompted by a need to escape the rapidly growing urban and industrial regions, attempts were made to establish communities built on ideal principles; places that were both physically and spiritually healthful.

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Cedar Lake

Cedar Lake was originally a small, natural, spring-fed body of water called Cranberry Lake and, later, Silver Lake. In its early days, the lake was known for its abundant silver moss, used to pack ice which was harvested, sold and shipped to nearby metropolitan areas. The lake was eventually dammed and its size increased to improve the ice harvesting. In 1906, Cedar Lake was purchased by Mr. M. W. Raynes and George B. Wright under their company Cedar Lake Park, Inc.

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Rockaway Township

Located in picturesque northwestern Morris County, Rockaway Township is the largest municipality in the county, spanning over 45.6 square miles. With over 20,000 residents, Rockaway Township is a family community that offers a unique combination of distinctive neighborhoods which retain a small town character, with lake communities, new housing developments, and quiet, more rural residential areas.

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Boonton

Covering a geographic area of 2.45 square miles, the Town of Boonton is located in the northeastern Morris County, about 22 miles west of the George Washington Bridge and seven miles north of Morristown on Rte. 287. It’s an established community with an abundance of parks, older homes and convenient access to all parts of the tristate metropolitan area.

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Parsippany

Parsippany-Troy Hills Township, commonly called simply Parsippany, is a Township in Morris County, New Jersey. The name Parsippany comes from the Lenape Native American word parsipanong, which means “the place where the river winds through the valley.” Parsippany-Troy Hills is the most populous municipality in Morris County. It was incorporated as a township by an Act of New Jersey Legislature on March 12, 1928, from portions of Hanover Township.

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Indian Lake

Indian Lake is situated 500 feet above sea level with Snake Hill to its west and Chestnut Hill to its east, both of which rise to 800 feet above sea level. The Indian Lake Community Club is an organization of approximately 500 households situated around a scenic 99-acre lake in the town of Denville, NJ. The lake association, which is private and requires membership, was founded in 1924.

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Rockaway Borough

Only 40 minutes from New York City, Rockaway Borough has a small town feel while having all the conveniences of city life. The fantastic school system maintains small class sizes, enabling the teachers to give each and every student the education they deserve.

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Boonton Township

Boonton Township is a pastoral community comprised of approximately 8 square miles nestled among the rolling hills and fields of the Rockaway Valley in north central Morris County. The Township has managed to preserve much of its natural character and rural charm despite development pressure from neighboring municipalities, which today makes Boonton Township one of the more desirable communities in Morris County.

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Wharton

Wharton is a community of approximately 6,500 residents in the highlands of Morris County. Wharton is located between Routes 15, 46 and 80, stretching south from the main entrance of Picatinny Arsenal, a major army research and development center, to Route 46 abounded on the west by Roxbury Township and the east by Dover and Rockaway Township. The Borough is approximately 2.2 square miles.

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Lake Parsippany

Beautiful Lake Parsippany is a private lake quietly nestled in the center of Parsippany-Troy Hills, in Morris County, NJ. This 168 acre lake and grounds offers well maintained swimming beaches and lots of places to simply sit and enjoy the scenery.

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Parsippany Properties

See Property Detail Features in Media – Deck included, Paved Drive-way. Aprox. $20,000 in upgrades! Taxes to be determined

4 beds 2.1 baths
4 beds 2.1 baths

highways. Plenty of closets! Low taxes, low maintenance which includes heat water sewer snow removal exterior maintenance. Two parking lots to choose from with permit. This one will not last!!

1 bed 1 bath
1 bed 1 bath

Great opportunity to own in Hills of Troy, so much potential in this 4 bedroom home on level corner lot. House is sold in as is condition. Price reflects renovations that need to be done. Not a short sale. Easy access to all major highways with top rated schools!

4 beds 1.1 baths
4 beds 1.1 baths

First floor including, Cathedral ceiling LR/ FPL, Dining RM, MEIK with breakfast nook, powder room, water softener, laundry room, two-car garages, deck. The second floor with 3 large bedrooms and one full bath, the open loft can be a family room or office. close to shopping, bus, highway, convenient location with easy access to all […]

4 beds 2.1 baths
4 beds 2.1 baths

*Full Basement with Laundry room,Central Vac,Oil HWBB. Heat,Above Ground Oil Tank,Deck of 3 Season room, Lovely Level private backyard

3 beds 1 bath
3 beds 1 bath

Family room with wood burning fireplace. Plus a great room!!. Double coat closet. Second floor has generous size bedrooms and 2 full baths. Full Basement with high ceilings. 2 zones of air conditioning and 2 zones of gas heat.There is a 5 bedroom model and can have full bath on first floor.

4 beds 2.1 baths
4 beds 2.1 baths