Tewksbury Township

New Jersey

  • Population: 5993
  • Size: 31.6 sq. miles (81.84 km2)
  • Established: 1798
  • Distance from NYC: 48
  • Distance from Philadelphia: 71
  • Distance from Newark: 38
  • Nearest Turpin Office
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    Oldwick

    (908) 439-3300

About Tewksbury Township
Homes for sale in Tewksbury Township are reminiscent of classic Currier and Ives scenes. Small villages within the township have streets lined with antique homes, high-steepled churches, general stores, elegant inns, and a host of charming shops. Located in the northeastern part of Hunterdon County, the 31-square-mile township's first meeting was recorded in 1755. It was incorporated as one of the state's first 104 townships in 1798.

Small villages within Tewksbury Township include Oldwick, Mountainville, Cokesbury, and Pottersville, each having an historic district listed on the National Register. Many of the old homes and stores along Oldwick's Main Street date back over two centuries, including Turpin's Oldwick office. Located on the corner of Joliet and Main Streets, it's sited in a circa 1740 Federal Colonial.