Florham Park NJ Real Estate Homes, Townhomes and Condos for Sale

    The Borough of Florham Park is located in southeastern Morris County. It was first settled between 1680 and 1700 as a farming area. In 1817 its bisection by the Newark and Morris Turnpike brought an influx of residents and businesses, including the making of whisky and bricks, as well as the broom industry, which gave Florham Park the nickname, “Broom-town”.  Once the site of two major estates, one now a private gold club and the other a suburban campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University, the 7.6 square-mile Borough provides a large municipal recreation area, a private and a public golf course, a municipal swim club, numerous businesses, professional office buildings, an industrial park for light industry and residential development.

    Transportation
    Bus service to New York City available in Borough, Conrail station in Madison (2 miles). Nearby Morristown Airport serves all three large metropolitan airports.

    Shopping
    Livingston, Short Hills malls and Morristown center.

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