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East Greenwich

The farming lifestyle is deeply embedded in East Greenwich Township, located in western Gloucester County. A small town of about 10,500 residents, the community was created in 1881 through an act of the New Jersey Legislature. They carved out pieces of Greenwich Township and Mantua Township to create this family-friendly locale. It encompasses a total area of just under 15 square miles.

A couple historically significant landmarks include the George Craft III House, aka Elizabeth Gray Vining House, and the Eglington Cemetery. The Craft House in Mickleton was a tenant house where Elizabeth Gray Vining, a Quaker and former tutor to Crown Prince Akihito of Japan, lived and wrote her book, “Windows For the Crowne Prince” in 1951-1952. Eglington Cemetery in Clarksboro is the oldest official cemetery in the United States, and many members of the towns founding families are buried there.

Over the last decade, East Greenwich has undergone an impressive transformation, and is now locally recognized as one of the fastest growing communities in Gloucester County. Folk from other places have taken notice!

What’s in East Greenwich?

Homes for Sale in East Greenwich, NJ

There’s an impressive array of houses for sale in East Greenwich, 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, East Greenwich real estate also has land and acreage for sale.

Take a peek at the latest properties for sale in East Greenwich 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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