ü Top public schools in the country
ü Easy NYC commute
ü Expensive homes with average home price of $1,212,500
ü Affluent residents
ü Upscale shopping at the Short Hills Mall
Millburn Township includes the towns of Millburn and Short Hills and is a full service community. Although they share most services, they do maintain separate zip codes and post offices. There is a walkable downtown where residents can enjoy local shops and restaurants. There are numerous houses of worship and professional offices. Recreational activities are available for all ages. A library, beautiful parks, tennis courts, a par 3 golf course and a community pool are available to residents.
Unique to Millburn Township is the Paper Mill Playhouse and the Cora Hartshorn Arboretum and Bird Sanctuary. There are two operating train stations in Millburn Township, one in Short Hills and one in downtown Millburn. All students attending public school in the township of Millburn attend Millburn Middle School and Millburn High School. Millburn Township ranks 39th in New Jersey Monthly Magazine’s 2015 ranking of best towns to live in.
For more information on the township you can visit www.twp.millburn.nj.us.
Population: Approximately 20,000
20 miles from NYC - 12.5 miles from airport (Newark).
Nearby Highways: Interstate 78, Route 24, Route 124
Train Line: Morristown Line direct to Penn & Gladstone branch to Hoboken
Peak time commute to NYC’s Penn Station: 36 minutes
Millburn Train Station is located at 35 Essex Street and the Short Hills Train Station is located at 47 Chatham Road
Grades K-5 Millburn : Wyoming Elementary / South Mountain Elementary (Pre-K)
Grades K-5 Short Hills : Glenwood Elementary / Hartshorn Elementary / Deerfield Elementary (Pre-K)
Grades 6-8 : Millburn Middle School
Grades 9-12 : Millburn High School - Currently ranked 4th by New Jersey Monthly Magazine.
*Millburn Township is proud to offer full day kindergarten classes