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Millburn/Short Hills, NJ

Est. 1857

Why Choose Millburn/Short Hills

The highly desirable Millburn, NJ includes the hamlet of Short Hills, NJ. Both offer access to the Midtown direct train line in to New York City’s Penn Station, highly ranked school systems, and a rich downtown. Millburn and Short Hills have many sections, all possessing their own character and charm. 

About Millburn/Short Hills

Millburn is made up of the historic South Mountain and Wyoming district, and Millburn Center areas. These streets are mostly adorned by attractive Tudor, Colonial, and Victorian style homes. Short Hills consists of the affluent sections of Knollwood, Glenwood, Brookhaven, Country Club, Merrywood, Deerfield-Crossroads, Mountaintop, White Oak Ridge, and Old Short Hills Estates. It encompasses stately older homes, as well as new construction.


The Downtown Area

Millburn is laid out conventionally, with neat streets and a mixture of building styles -- small turn-of-the-century workers' houses, Victorians, Tudors, Cape Cods and 1950's ranches and colonials -- on smaller lots, some just 36 feet wide.



Highly ranked school systems make it one on the most desirable towns in Essex county. There are 5 Elementary schools: Deerfield, Glenwood, Hartshorn, South Mountain and Wyoming Elementary School. One Middle school that holds students from 6-8th grade (Millburn Middle School) and one High school (Millburn High School) which has been ranked the #1 High School for 6 consecutive years by NJ Monthly Magazine.



Residents have access to two train stations, one in downtown Millburn and one in Short Hills. Both offer Midtown Direct train service to New York Penn Station.


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