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Homes For Sale in Scotch Plains, NJ

Scotch Plains, NJ was first settled by Europeans, including many Scottish Quakers as early as 1684. The name is said to have come from George Scott, a leader of a group of Scottish settlers. It later served as a stop on the stagecoach line between New York City and Philadelphia. Originally called Fanwood Township portions of the township were taken to form Fanwood Borough on October 2, 1895. Fanwood Township was renamed Scotch Plains on March 29, 1917.

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Today, Scotch Plains is expansive 9.06 sq miles with a population of over 23,000. It is home to 11 parks, Shackamaxon Country Club, Scotch Hills Golf Course, and the Highland Swim Club. It is common in Scotch Plains for homes to have larger wooded lots than many nearby towns. These larger lots can be a deciding factor for people relocating who want larger yards.

Scotch Plains also has a charming downtown with historic sites plus unique shopping and dining.

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You could start at The Stage House Inn. It was erected in 1737 by John Sutton as a hotel. By the time of the Revolutionary War, it had become a tavern. Parts of this building remain today and are part of the Stage House Tavern. You could also stop in for a haircut and shave at Urban Shave. Get a unique Roman Square Pizza at Massa or cheer for your favorite team in Darby Road. You can find numerous interesting shops in Scotch Plains downtown including New Jersey Nostalgia Hobby, A Little Shop of Comics, and Elefante Music.

Scotch Plains is a great place to call home!

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