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Featured Apartments in Hackettstown, NJ
Conveniently located to Routes 24, 46, 57 and 80...Close to schools, shopping centers, houses of worship, all within walking distance...Washer/dryer in selected units...Pet friendly...
Hackettstown NJ, 07840
Park like setting..24 hour maintenance..Friendly and professional staff to cater to your needs.
Hackettstown NJ, 07840
Affordable Country Living; Convenient To Shopping, Services And Transportation; Many Site Amenities Available
Hackettstown NJ, 07840
Minutes from nearby shopping malls, entertainment centers, restaurants and health spas. Washington Township has among the best school system in the state. Individually controlled heat and air conditioning
Hackettstown NJ, 07853
Live in one of the best neighborhoods in NJ .. Renovated kitchen and bathrooms .. Quiet garden community ..
Hackettstown NJ, 07828
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Overview of Hackettstown
If you are looking for a home in a quaint historical community with just enough of a college-town feel, look no further than Hackettstown apartments for rent. This community of 9,696 is located in a valley along the Musconetcong River in Warren County, New Jersey.
Settlement in the town dates back to 1853, but it grew when Centenary College was established in 1867. Although the college was founded by the Newark Conference of the United Methodist Church, it has evolved over the years from a co-educational prep school to an independent, four-year college offering both undergraduate and graduate areas of study.
Whether you come to Hackettstown for higher education, work at the headquarters of M&M/Mars, Inc. or to settle with a family, this small town has has plenty to offer.
Living in Hackettstown, NJ
The first settlers to arrive in Hackettstown appeared around 1754, drawn there by the fertile river valley. Before Europeans came to the area, an Indian village called Musconetcong existed there. The early European settlers subsisted mainly on farming, but a grist mill and sawmill for grain and lumber boosted the development of business in the area. Although the town did not host any Revolutionary War battles, the spot was strategic and drew the likes of then-General George Washington. The town grew at the turn of the century and into the 1800s, when Centenary College was established. Growth continued into the 1900s, when M&M/Mars candy company relocated to Hackettstown from Newark.
The town was named no. 72 on Money Magazine's Best Places to Live list in 2005. Today, the residents of Hackettstown enjoy a relatively quiet lifestyle with just enough activity from Centenary College and a chocolate-flavored boost to the economy thanks to Mars, Inc.
Hackettstown Work and Study
Those looking for apartments in Hackettstown may be relocating to attend Centenary College. This four-year college offers bachelor's and associate's degrees in liberal arts and career areas, and master's degree programs in business administration, counseling, counseling psychology, education, English, special education, public administration and psychoanalysis. Centenary also offers an online master's degree and certification programs in a range of areas.
Other residents may be seeking a job with Mars Chocolate USA, a major employer in Hackettstown. Jobs are also available at the college as well as within Hackettstown's public school system.
Rentals in Hackettstown, NJ and Cost of Living
Those looking for rentals in Hackettstown will find a number of options in an affordable price range. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the median gross rent in the town was $1,017 between 2006 and 2010.
Hackettstown Attractions and Special Events
Those who seek apartments in Hackettstown have a number of options when it comes to sports and other recreational activities. The town established the Hackettstown Recreation Commission in 1948 to plan, organize and administer the comprehensive recreational activities for all residents to enjoy. Currently, children in the community can sign up for sports such as cross country running, field hockey and swim lessons.
The commission also organizes special events such as senior citizen bus trips and the annual Youth Sports Day. This close-knit community comes together frequently to get active and have fun.
There are also a variety of museums, restaurants, movie theaters, golf courses and libraries in the area.
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