Welcome to Warren

Calm environment with luxury access

An increasingly popular township in New Jersey, Warren Township is considered by many a suburb of New York City. Various people from Warren will commute to the city or visit for a fun night but can return home to a peaceful, calming environment. Settled in the Watchung Mountains, the township is very rural, but slowly more businesses are migrating here.

Though most homes in Warren Township are more contemporary in style, they model some common, recognizable designs. Farmhouse styles are prevalent in Warren, with lots of open space and long porches. They typically have lots of green land surrounding them. Colonial homes are also popular with strict symmetry and rectangular shapes. There are also some Tuscan and Mediterranean-style homes in the area, with rustic designs and textured walls.

Warren Township is an ideal place to live, given its scenic landscapes and easy access to major highways for more metropolitan environments. Its quiet, simple nature is a refreshing break from the bustling communities surrounding the township. It is home to many historic sites and a thriving senior center.

What to Love

  • Beautiful parks and lakes to explore
  • Reputable schools
  • Various restaurants and shops close by
  • Commuter-friendly for those who work in New York City
  • Rated second best place to live in New Jersey
  • A robust public library

Local Lifestyle

Locals of Warren Township enjoy luxurious living in grandiose estates while also maintaining a strong, tight-knit community. The township hosts exciting festivals and events, like the Warren County Balloon Festival, throughout the year to celebrate various holidays and support local businesses. 

Warren Township has lots of trails to exercise on and fun local activities to keep people of all ages busy. Locals enjoy the quaint nature of their town and the neighborly energy that radiates off of each resident.

Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

There are lots of elegant fine dining experiences to explore around Warren Township. Bruno’s Bistro serves various cuisines, including seafood and pasta, in an upscale environment. In addition, Lukas’ Seafood & Grille is a family restaurant that serves high-end seafood fare. It is renowned for its delicious flavors and excellent ambiance.

Warren Township also has some impressive local boutiques. Sabines Boutique specializes in women’s clothing and accessories, with uniquely fashioned pieces at every glance. Cooper Jewelers is another local store that sells refined, luxury jewelry of varying cuts and gems. Despite the rural nature of Warren Township, there is certainly always the option for upscale shopping and dining nearby.

Things to Do

Residents of Warren Township have many options for things to do. Warrenbrook Golf Course is perfect for those who enjoy a weekend round of golf at a challenging, picturesque course. There are also tournaments scheduled throughout the year which are amusing to watch. The Raptor Trust is a spectacular place for animal lovers. It is a rehabilitation center for wild birds, providing an ethical way to explore the natural world.

There are many outdoor areas to explore in Warren. Watchung Lake is quite beautiful and popular for those who like to fish. It also has a walking trail circling around it. Washington Rock State Park is located on top of one of the Watchung Mountains. It is the perfect place for a scenic picnic. Thus, while in Warren Township, you can always find something interesting to do. 


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Overview for Warren, NJ

15,699 people live in Warren, where the median age is 44.8 and the average individual income is $84,518. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Demographics and Employment Data for Warren, NJ

Warren has 5,298 households, with an average household size of 2.93. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Warren do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 15,699 people call Warren home. The population density is 798.75 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Schools in Warren, NJ

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The following schools are within or nearby Warren. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Watchung Hills Regional High School
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Primrose School Of Warren
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Developmental Learning Center Warren
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