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4 Reasons to Move to Frenchtown, New Jersey

By Amy Wood in Apartment Hunting, in New Jersey Life, in Frenchtown
4 Reasons to Move to Frenchtown, New Jersey | Country Classics


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Are you looking for a new apartment in a prime location? Frenchtown, New Jersey, located on the banks of the Delaware River in Hunterdon County, may be the ideal spot for you. In fact, these four benefits of living in Frenchtown just may move the town to the top of your list.

You’ll Love the Laidback Atmosphere

Over the years, Frenchtown has transformed from a 19th-century manufacturing and lumber hub to a vibrant borough that still retains its small-town charm. Leafy residential streets surround a quaint central business district that includes businesses, stores, and restaurants.

You won’t see any major chain stores or high-rise buildings here. In fact, many stores and businesses are located in historic buildings that once housed the town’s earliest residents. On a lazy Saturday, you’ll find residents strolling along the Delaware River, browsing the galleries in town, or stocking up on necessities at the Frenchtown Market.

Employment Opportunities Abound in the Area

The commute to work is a crucial factor when you’re looking for a new apartment. Fortunately, you won’t have to travel far from home if you land a job with one of Hunterdon County’s businesses.

Major employers in the area include UNICOM Global, Chubb Group, Johanna Foods, AM Best, 3M, Georgia Pacific, Exxon Mobil R & D, Hunterdon Healthcare, Integrated Clinical Systems, Magna-Power, Merck, Bioserve, Celldex Therapeutics, Ingersoll Rand, and Merck.

Big companies aren’t the only option if you’re planning on job hunting after your move to Frenchtown. In fact, you may find a rewarding job at a Frenchtown store, restaurant, hotel, art gallery, or business.

The town’s location makes it easy to commute to other cities in New Jersey, including New Brunswick, Trenton, Princeton, and Bridgewater.

There’s Lots to Do in Frenchtown

When you live in Frenchtown, you can spend your free time:

Frenchtown Schools Are Highly Rated

If you have kids, moving to a home in a good school district is probably a priority. The Frenchtown Elementary School offers a varied and challenging curriculum, small class sizes, and an emphasis on computer literacy. Niche.com gave the school a B+ rating and awarded the teachers an A+ rating.

Frenchtown children begin attending Delaware Valley Regional High School in ninth grade. The school serves 760 students and also receives a B+ rating from Niche.com. Students at the high school can take advanced placement courses, receive college credits by enrolling in the concurrent enrollment programs at Seton Hall University or Raritan Valley Community College or participate in a career cluster academy.

Are you ready to make the move to Frenchtown but just need to find a comfortable, spacious apartment? Harrison Square, a Country Classics rental community located at the corner of Harrison and 8th Streets, may be the perfect choice for you. The 92 luxury apartments will feature balconies, high-quality vinyl plank floors, 9’ ceilings, large closets, in-unit washers and dryers, and kitchens with stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, and designer, 42” kitchen cabinets. Be sure to add your contact info to our interest list so you are among the first to receive updates about this fabulous new community!

Amy Wood

Vice President of Operations at Country Classics

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