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Springfield NJ Real Estate
Newest Springfield MLS Listings
$320,000 : 412 Main St, Jobstown5 beds, 2 full bathsListing with: Century 21 Alliance-Pemberton
$400,000 : 49 Springfield Meeting House, Jobstown3 beds, 3 full bathsListing with: ERA Central Realty Group - Bordentown
$249,900 : 99 Springfield Meeting House, Jobstown4 beds, 1 full, 1 part bathsListing with: CB Schiavone & Associates
$1,250,000 : 2881 Route 206, Columbus4 beds, 2 full bathsListing with: RE/MAX at Home
$220,000 : 2216 Saylors Pond Rd, Columbus3 beds, 1 full bathListing with: BHHS Fox & Roach-Mt Laurel
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(all data current as of 5/6/2015)
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A Bit About Springfield
A Bit About Springfield
The northeastern portion of the United States is rich with history and figures from the past. New Jersey is one state in particular which has its share of historical attributes. One town that has a long history is that of Springfield, New Jersey. Originally inhabited in the early 1700s by early settlers, the history which unfolds from that time forward is fascinating in its own right.
The First Settlers
The first substantiated date which shows the early settlers is 1717 when Springfield was inhabited by the Briant family, originally of Hackensack. Other families began to flock to Springfield thereafter however the town itself was small and surrounded largely by thick forests. There was only one road which connected the two main towns of Elizabethtown and Morristown until 1801 when a turnpike road was built. From that point onward, more roads were constructed and the town of Springfield became more populated.
There were a few main occupations in the 18th and 19th centuries which provided income for those who lived in Springfield. Industries such as farming, lumber and mills provided work for the townspeople. With the increase in industry, the town saw the increase in the population. More jobs equaled more residents and along with the new inhabitants came certain amenities within the town as well.
The town grew more and more each year that passed and with the influx of new residents came new, highly desired amenities. By the year 1830, Springfield had approximately twelve working paper mills, five stores, two churches, three taverns and seven merchants. Throughout the years, the boundaries of Springfield had been altered however by 1869 the final boundaries that are the Springfield of today had been declared.
Springfield Township and Local Government
- Springfield Township Site
2159 Jacksonville-Jobstown Road
P.O. Box 119
Jobstown, NJ 08041
Springfield Homes for Sale by Neighborhood, Development, and Subdivision
If you would like to see homes for sale in any of the following communities in Springfield, use my Dream Home Finder form and be sure to include the areas that interest you. There are also sections of Springfield that are not officially named. If you would like to see the full list of homes for sale, I can send you that as well.
- Blairwood Estates
- Burrs Road Estates
- Saddle Ridge
- Springfield Chase
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