The sprawling farms, large estates, serene parks and family-run stores that make up this semi rural township are a source of pride for many residents and something to be admired for many visitors.
Colts Neck is at its most colorful in the autumn, when pumpkin stands and hayrides outnumber traffic signs and you-pick-it farms and homemade pies are available on nearly every corner. Tall corn stalks and picket fences line the main roads, while the foliage has begun to change to deep reds and bright yellows.
Classic old homes and horse farms are mixed with new, million-dollar homes, all of
which are surrounded by hilly topography and countless trees.
Eleven parks, located within the 31.7 square miles that makes up Colts Neck, draw visitors from throughout Monmouth County.
One Colts Neck attraction no one has a problem talking about is Delicious Orchards, the one place all visitors to the town admit to stopping by before they leave.
Large estates on 10-acre lots are becoming the rule, not the exception, since 10-acre zoning was adopted in much of the town.
If you are interested in finding properties for sale in Colts Neck we are here to help. Whether you are a first time home buyer or an investor, having a qualified Colts Neck real estate specialist will be a great asset in making your home buying experience more enjoyable.
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If you are thinking about purchasing Colts Neck real estate call Carol to see what makes Colts Neck not only a great investment, but a wonderful place to live.
A unique opportunity to own Colts Neck real estate is here in Monmouth County.
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