Chestnut Run in Chester NJ Market Update JULY 2015


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There are currently two (2) homes For Sale, one (1) home Pending or Under Contract and two (2) homes Sold so far in 2015.

In all, fifteen (15) sales have been recorded in Chestnut Run through the current period to the beginning of 2010.



Please see the tables below for the details on these individual units.


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Chester NJ Chestnut Run SOLD in 2011

Chester NJ Chestnut Run SOLD in 2010

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All Listings Currently FOR SALE in Chestnut Run

 All Listings Currently FOR SALE in Chester NJ

About Chestnut Run:

Chester NJ Real Estate - Homes in Chestnut Run

Welcome home to Chestnut Run – Chester NJ

The homes in Chestnut Run are located on the east side of Chester very close to the center of town, and especially to the elementary and middle schools. This location is prime Chester NJ real estate, convenient to shopping (including Downtown Chester Village, Streets of Chester and Chester Mall, to name a few), the new state of the art library, banks, post office, restaurants, parks and everything else Chester has to offer.

Chester NJ Real Estate - Homes in Chestnut Run

A traditional Center Hall Colonial in Chestnut Run – Chester NJ

Many have described this enclave of 67 executive homes as a “park-like” setting with its manicured lawns and meticulously landscaped properties. Lot sizes are rather diverse for a planned development of this type averaging a little under 3 acres with the smallest lot around 1 acre and the largest being 7.5 acres. Most lots are flat and generally open, with some backing to the woods boasting more private rear yards. Several of the properties are “flag” lots, which offer the most privacy, yet other lots have views with others being lightly wooded. There are also several cul-de-sacs in this community of 3 streets.

Chester NJ Real Estate - Homes in Chestnut Run

Another handsome Colonial in Chestnut Run – Chester NJ

The homes in Chestnut Run were constructed in the mid to late 1980’s and are mostly Colonials ranging in size from approximately 3,200 to 4,800 sq. ft. featuring many of today’s modern amenities that one would expect to find in an upscale development, including bonus rooms over the garage, libraries, lofts and great rooms, just to name few examples. Although the majority of homes are colonials, they differ in style and architecture,  such as southern colonials, the more traditional looking center hall colonials typically found in the Northeast, custom colonials and several contemporary styled homes, which results in avoiding the typical “cookie cutter” looking neighborhood.

Chester NJ Real Estate - Homes in Chestnut Run

Welcome to the neighborhood – Chestnut Run in Chester NJ

These homes typically have 4 to 5 bedrooms, anywhere from 3 to 5 bathrooms, 1 to 3 fireplaces, most with full basements and many with finished lower levels, 2 to 3 car garages, Belgian block curbing, some with built-in swimming pools, and a few with aupair or in-law suites. Prices over the past several years have been ranging from the mid $600’s to mid $800’s in this neighborhood, although some of the largest homes will sell for more. The homes in Chestnut Run is truly a great place to call home.

Why Chester NJ is a Great Place to Live

Chester offers a very high quality of life to its residents beginning with an outstanding public school system with a stellar reputation, a new state of the art public library and plenty of choices available nearby in the private school sector, as well. In addition to the Chester Borough historic shopping district, there is a newer contemporary shopping center (Streets of Chester) which is home to some of the nation’s most well known retail designer clothing stores. Open space and public parks and recreation are all in abundance with a wide choice of uses for outdoor enthusiasts and people of all fitness levels.

Other developments /neighborhoods in Chester with similarly priced homes include Chesterfield Farms, Colby Farm, Pleasant Hill Estates, Hartley Meadows, Forest Hill, Highland Farms, Briarcliff, Colts Run and Timber Ridge, among others.


Other Interesting Articles on Chester NJ:

Township and Borough Market Updates

Neighborhood Market Reports


Other Chester NJ Neighborhood Home Page Links:

Beacon Hill Estates

Chesterfield Farm

Chestnut Run

Colby Farm

Forest Hill

The Hedgerows



For more information on the homes in Chestnut Run in Chester NJ, call me direct at (908) 267-2465, or email me at and I will be happy to discuss your specific real estate requirements.

For more information on Chester (Chester Borough & Chester Township) including the schools,  follow this link:

 All you need to know about Chester NJ 


How to find Listings on your own:

For listings or information on Chester NJ or any of the surrounding towns in  Morris County including Morristown, Morris Township, Madison, the Chathams, the Mendhams, and Long Valley, the Somerset County towns of Basking RidgeBedminster, Bernardsville, Peapack Gladstone and Far Hills, along with the Hunterdon County towns of Lebanon and Tewksbury Townships, simply use the search tool located on the right side of this page.

All listings are updated throughout the day so be sure to come back often for the most current information.  If you are unable to find what you are looking for using the search function on this website, or you are looking for a home that is unique with specific features, feel free to contact me direct and let me know exactly what they are.  My colleagues and I preview all kinds of properties each week and will be sure to identify just what you are looking for.  In addition, my office often features “exclusive” listings that are not released to the public that might be of interest to you as well.  I will be glad to answer all of your questions and arrange to show you the homes of your choice at a time convenient to your schedule.

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