Gibbstown is a quaint, unincorporated community within Greenwich Township, located in western Gloucester County and adjacent to the Delaware River. A very small town of about 1.6 square miles and approximately 3,700 residents, its roots trace back to the 1600’s and was officially established in 1798.
A couple historically significant landmarks include the C. A. Nothnagle Log House or Braman-Nothnagle Log House (circa 1638), claimed to be New Jersey’s oldest home and the oldest surviving log home in the country. It is part of the National Register of Historic Places. Gibbstown is also the birthplace of noted oceanographer, Sylvia Earle and professional football player, Alex Silvestro.
What’s in Gibbstown?
- Great schools – in Gibbstown include Greenwich Township/Broad Street School (K-4) and Nehaunsey Middle School (5-8), as well as Guardian Angels Regional School (Roman Catholic, K-8), and the town is served by Paulsboro High School.
- Various recreational spaces for the family, including the canine members, starting with Crescent Park, Greenwich Lake Park (enjoy fishing, picnicking and nature walks), Memorial Park (walking/jogging trail, and enclosed area too for dogs) and Nehaunsey Park (walking path by the water).
- Numerous dining options nearby, such as Ciconte’s – Gibbstown, LOCAL Bar & Kitchen, Broadway Pizza & Grill, Little Pizza Heaven, Mytocha’s Soul Food and Nino Gervasi’s Italian Restaurant & Bar.
Homes for Sale in Gibbstown, NJ
There’s an impressive array of houses for sale in Gibbstown, NJ. Take your pick among single-family homes, condos, townhomes, and luxury properties, all of which come in different styles. If it’s your dream to invest in land or if you’re planning to build a home from the ground up, Gibbstown real estate also has land and acreage for sale.
Take a peek at the latest properties for sale in Gibbstown when you browse our website or get in touch with Gina Romano, at 864.434.4050. You can also fill up this form here and tell us about your real estate goals.
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