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Burlington County at a glance:
  • Major Cities: Cherry Hill, Haddonfield
  • Landmarks/National Monuments/Parks: Adventure Aquarium, Walt Whitman Cultural Arts Center, Wiggins Park Riverstage and Marina
  • Major Industry: Civil Service, Education, Healthcare
  • Counties: Atlantic, Burlington, Gloucester

Burlington County

Although Burlington County is the largest of New Jersey’s 21 counties, it is considered part of the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area because of its proximity to Philly. The county’s population of more than 430,000 is spread across nearly half-a-million acres that stretch from the Delaware River to the Atlantic Ocean. Three cities, six boroughs, and 31 townships make up Burlington County real estate, which dates back to the late 1600s.

The county seat of Burlington County is Mount Holly, which has a growing population of nearly 11,000. Mount Holly’s students attend the Mount Holly Township Public School System, which comprises two elementary schools, one middle school, and the Rancocas Valley Regional High School, which also serves Eastampton Township, Hainesport Township, Lumberton Township, and Westampton Township. If desired, graduates can then continue on to Burlington County College, a two-year public community college that was founded in 1966.

Burlington’s downtown area is made up of a number of quaint communities that abut the Delaware River. However, most of Burlington County’s real estate owners are divided among the county’s more residential neighborhoods, such as Medford, Moorestown, and Evesham. These communities are served by a light-rail service with connections to the New Jersey Transit Service, Amtrak, PATCO, and SEPTA trains, making Burlington County real estate ideal for commuters to Philadelphia. Not that there aren’t plenty of jobs to be found within Burlington County itself! Agriculture is its economic mainstay, with close to $90 million in farm gate value produced by the 800-plus farms located on Burlington County real estate.

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Many outdoor enthusiasts are drawn to Burlington County real estate because of its abundant and well-preserved natural beauty. The county is home to portions of the state’s prized 1.1-million-acre Pinelands Forest and has dedicated more than 2100 acres for parkland development. Meanwhile, the 410-mile Delaware River, which runs along the county’s western border, provides ample water-based recreational opportunities, as do the teeming wetlands of the Great Bay. History buffs are lured by the county’s wealth of historical landmarks that date back more than three centuries and include connections to such legendary figures as Thomas Paine, Ulysses S. Grant, and Clara Barton. But whatever originally attracts people to this great county, they are sure to appreciate the many exciting community events that bring Burlington County real estate owners together year-round, from the Foliage Family Float Festival and Earth Fair to the Fantasy Tea & Art Faire and the Tundra Swan Tours. Other popular activities include berry picking – Burlington County claims the largest blueberries in the world as well as abundant cranberries – and golf at one of the county’s six public courses. In short, Burlington County offers something for everyone, which makes it no surprise that Burlington County real estate is constantly in demand.

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