Springfield is located in northern Burlington County, covering approximately 30 square miles. Springfield has a rich history of agriculture, that continues to this day. There are 3 hamlets within the township, Jacksonville, Jobstown, and Juliustown. As a rural community, it offers residents plenty of open space, and scenic views of the country side, but with access to all the modern day conveniences. You can find single family homes, farms, luxury estates, and homes with acres for sale in Springfield. The newest real estate listings are featured on this page, or use the search option to browse all the real estate for sale in Springfield, NJ. If you'd like assistance in finding your new home, just give us a call!
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 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.
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This home comes with many upgrades Family Memories Here! Exceptional value for this 5 bedroom Springfield Twp.Executive home in Burrs Estates. Sweet dreams come easy in y...
Listing courtesy of ERA Central Realty Group - Bordentown.
Best buy around! This home has 2 lots. One 100'x200' and a 50'x200 lot. The taxes for the add'l lot is approx $197.00 a yr according to the tax assessor....
Listing courtesy of BHHS Fox & Roach-Robbinsville Home Marketing Cente.
This house has many upgrades and is located adjacent to farmland preserved land. Wildlife is also present with deer and turkey eating apples from our trees in our 3.14 ac...
Listing courtesy of Broker Direct Real Estate.
Andy and Opie would think that they were in Mayberry. A classic Victorian located in Juliustown at the corner of Main street and Lewistown road. Large rooms, nine foot ce...
Listing courtesy of Century 21 Alliance-Pemberton.
Gorgeous, turnkey, center hall colonial built by Toll Brothers nestled on 2.2 acres in the highly desirable neighborhood of Springfield Chase. Upon entering this stunning...
Listing courtesy of Smires & Associates.
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