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Living in Galloway Township, NJ

Although Galloway Township, New Jersey, is the largest municipality in New Jersey, it's known for its peaceful and serene atmosphere, in addition to its sweeping Atlantic Ocean views and its salty air. Galloway Township is home to thousands of residents who live in thriving neighborhoods across the space of 115.2 square miles.

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History of Galloway Township

Galloway Township has a rich history. Visitors and residents may stumble upon arrowheads, stone tools, and piles of old clam shells, which are all evidence of the presence of the Lenape Native American tribe, which inhabited the area before King George established it as a township in 1774. The town played an important role in the Revolutionary War, when residents intercepted British ships and transferred their supplies to American troops. The township is also said to be the place in which the legend of the Jersey Devil originated.

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How to Spend a Day in Galloway

There is much to do in Galloway Township, New Jersey. Enjoy golfing at one of the township's famous golf clubs; Galloway was the site of the final 1942 PGA Championship and is home to the annual LPGA Shoprite Classic. Travel down the cobblestone pathways in Historic Smithville neighborhood, where events ranging from the British Car Show to a renaissance fair are held. Smithville boasts a variety of restored historic buildings, including the towering 3.5-story Oliphant Grist Mill. Tour one of the area wineries, which offer tours and hosts events, including murder mystery dinners, fine arts shows, and holiday celebrations. Drive through, take a hike, or go kayaking at theEdwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, where observers have seen 322 different bird species.

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Housing and Transportation in Galloway Township

The majority ofhomes for sale in Galloway Township are single-family homes, but condos and apartment complexes are also common. Galloway Township, New Jersey, is primarily a residential area; however, the town is rapidly developing and new businesses are sprouting up alongside residential areas. Galloway Township is serviced by the New Jersey Transit system. Take a bus trip to local Stockton University, or venture on to Atlantic City or Mays Landing.


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  • History buffs and treasure seekers alike can’t help but look around for arrowheads and old stone tools, all signs of the Lenape Native American tribe.
  • For the fair and festival lover, the historic Smithville neighborhood hosts an annual British Car show and a renaissance fair.
  • Nature enthusiasts can catch sight of the different bird species flying through the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, which includes an observation tower and deck, as well as hiking trails.

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Galloway Township Real Estate at a Glance

  • 152 Homes Sold*
  • 93 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $229,000 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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There Are 310 Properties Available in Galloway Township

 

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