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Convent Station Area Insight

  • The Moore Estates, built in 1993-1994, are approximately 300 townhouses on the east side of Morris Township known as Convent Station consisting of 2-4 bedrooms, 2+ baths and 1-2 car garages. These homes range in price from the $400's to $1.8 million. The site was originally the "Hollow Hill Farm", owned by Paul and Fanny Hanna Moore estate built in 1976. The farm specialized in training, breeding and showing hackney horses. The townhouse community clubhouse, architecturally designed to replicate the original Moore estate, consists of a clubhouse, in-ground pool, tennis and fitness facility for residents in the The Moore Estate community.
  • The area called Convent Station is the eastern side of Morris Township in Morris County NJ. It has its own train station into New York City by way of rail using the Mid-town direct. The name originated after its railroad station back in the 1870's.

    The area is filled with interesting architecture, winding roads and mature trees, with the NJ suburb landscape represented, as well as cultural offerings such as the the Morris Museum, and The Madison Hotel as a landmark for the area. There are biking/hiking paths along the rails for the community to enjoy the outdoors, and the College of St. Elizabeth with its impressive architectural buildings. The restaurant Rod's is attached to The Madison Hotel and offers fine dining and the opportunity to dine in one of its finest historical Parlor Cars to take you back in time. The hotel's glass atrium is known to host many weddings and parties during the year and is an impressive setting to enjoy the areas' surroundings.
  • The Shakespeare Garden and Greenhouse at the College of Saint Elizabeth features the many kinds of flora featured in William Shakespeare’s plays and sonnets. Gardening became immensely popular during the bard’s prime. Whether he consciously utilized the trend, participated, or was a fan isn’t known. However, he so frequently used flowers, trees and medicinal plants either metaphorically or as part of a setting or plot device that Shakespeare Gardens became a way to show homage.

    The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey has performances at Drew University in Madison, but also saves a few outdoor plays for the College of Saint Elizabeth’s 400-person outdoor amphitheater modeled after the Theatre of Dionysus in Athens.

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