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Popular Englishtown Apartments
Plainsboro, New Jersey, 08536
1 Bedroom$1,222 - $1,471
2 Bedrooms$1,479 - $1,952
Plainsboro, New Jersey, 08536
1 Bedroom$969 - $1,710
2 Bedrooms$1,189 - $2,018
Plainsboro, New Jersey, 08536
1 Bedroom$1,075 - $1,100
2 Bedrooms$1,370 - $1,560
Freehold, New Jersey, 07728
1 Bedroom$1,455 - $1,740
2 Bedrooms$1,715 - $1,910
3 Bedrooms$2,040 - $2,215
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All I Want is a Room Somewhere
Far away from the cold night air, with one enormous chair, oh wouldn’t it be loverly? If Eliza Doolittle were in Englishtown, NJ she would be sitting in her big chair with a big box of chocolates learning to speak proper English in her newly rented apartment. Wouldn’t that be loverly if that could be you (minus the English part)? Renting an apartment in the Borough of Englishtown, NJ is much easier than Professor Henry Higgins’ English lessons. Englishtown is a scenic small area that sports an English American fusion of culture and architecture. The New Jersey Transit bus service makes it easy to get to the neighboring towns and cities. Check out the Englishtown’s official website at http://www.englishtownnj.com/ for more information on Monmouth County and public transportation, and visit LocalTalk to see what the locals have to say about their quaint town.
Wouldn’t Affordable Renting be Loverly?
Renting an apartment is Englishtown just got even loverlier because of the inexpensive renting rates. MyNewPlace is a great resource for checking competitive prices for apartments. Loverly!
Lots of Chocolates for me to Eat
Eliza Doolittle might have a hard time finding a chocolate factory in Englishtown, but she can always pay a visit to Ristorante Maietta at 11 Tennent Avenue for homemade Italian food. Or maybe she’ll spend a night with a movie and order Chinese or Japanese to be delivered from Sultan Wok at 38 Main Street.
I Would Never Budge ‘till Spring (Not)
While the Fair Lady might be happy sittin’ absobloominlutely still crept over the windowsill, you won’t be. That’s because Englishtown will tempt you to venture out of your apartment to explore all the cool things it has to offer. Englishtown is most famous for the Old Bridge Township Raceway Park, where you can see drag racing, motocross and drifting. Drivers and spectators from all over gather at this spot to take part in the events, compete, and support. Racing not your thing? Then check out the massive flea market at 90 Wilson Ave for the Englishtown Auction. Pick up crafts, jewelry, toys for the kids, clothes for yourself, music, art, and artifacts from outer space. Am I kidding about that last part? You’ll never know...(unless you go there).
Professor Henry Higgins says: “Stay in School”
Parents will appreciate Higgins’ advice, and will be even more appreciative of the education system offered in the Englishtown area. Central Monmouth County School District is awarded with a distinction of excellence. Manalapan-Englishtown Regional School District is k-8, while the Freehold District serves high school students. Visit http://www.mers.k12.nj.us/education/district/district.php?sectionid=1 for information of schools and programs within the district.
Speaking of the pub
Okay, so we were not speaking of the pub, but sometimes you have to force a transition, you know? Also, I think Doolittle and Higgins deserve a thank you beer for being involved in this article. Luckily, this pair, as well as all the young adults, singles, and parents looking for a night out, can check out The Old Court Jester in Freehold at 16 E Main St. to grab a drink and catch the game. Moore’s Tavern & Sports Bar will also satisfy your beer/sports needs and also has wifi. Study sesh at the bar anyone? Well, I hope you can excuse my use of My Fair Lady references throughout this article and remember all the great things Englishtown has to offer and how affordable apartment rent is!
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Are there any quiet neighborhoods in Englishtown?
Yes, there are many quiet neighborhoods in Englishtown. One of them is Perrineville / Ely, which lies on the western side of the city. With mostly single-family, medium-sized dwellings, this predominantly owner-occupied neighborhood contains a fair amount of park land, a factor which may contribute to its tranquil nature. It's also suburban in terms of population density, which many play a part in keeping the area quiet. Another neighborhood that shares many characteristics with Perrineville / Ely, including its low noise levels, is Millhurst / Manalapan.
Why should I move to Englishtown?
Englishtown is a borough in Monmouth County, New Jersey, with a population of about 2,000. With a workforce that's neither dominated by white-collar nor blue-collar occupations, Englishtown has a wide range of jobs. With low crime rates and excellent public schools, Englishtown is also a great choice for families with school-age children. In addition, since there are quite a few other families residing in the area, it's easy for parents and children alike to make friends, and much of the community is quite family-oriented. Lastly, it's located just an hour south of New York City for those that need to commute for work or simply enjoy the advantages the metropolis has to offer.