The borough of Shrewsbury is even older than Monmouth County, with a living past at the state and nationally designated historic district of the four corners at NJ State Highway 35 and Sycamore Avenue. The Allen House, a restored tavern, dates from the early 1600s, as do Christ Church Episcopal and the Friends Meeting House.
On the fourth corner is the Wardell House is part of the boroughs municipal complex. Candle-lit tours guided by costumed volunteers are a highlight of every Christmas season.
The name Shrewsbury once identified a huge area stretching from the Navesink River
almost as far south as Atlantic City. Over a few centuries municipalities broke off to become independent until only a two-square mile village of lovely homes on lanes of ancient trees is left to call itself Shrewsbury.
Historic homes throughout the borough blend into charming residential streets of newer homes and gardens in a tranquil community that offers a fine balance of businesses and shopping areas.
The best of past and present live side by side harmoniously in Shrewsbury.
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