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115 Apartments for rent in Succasunna, NJ

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Overlook at Flanders
100 Oakwood Village
Succasunna, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,290
767 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,690
927 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 12:57 AM
Residents of this community enjoy a tennis court, pool, playground and gym. Units have been recently renovated and feature hardwood flooring. Marla Terrace and Carlton Hills are just moments away.
Results within 1 mile of Succasunna
1 Unit Available
78 Main St
78 Main Street
Kenvil, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Second Floor Spacious Apt. Lots of Windows for Natural Light. Walkup Attic for Storage. Great Location.Shared Washer and Dryer in Basement.
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Woodmont Parc Roxbury
1800 Rt 46 West
Morris County, NJ
1 Bedroom
$2,130
908 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,320
1156 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:47 AM
COME HOME to a sophisticated retreat where lush landscaping, top-tier amenities and contemporary floorplans exemplify a new level of luxury living.
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9 Units Available
Woodmont West
100 Fieldstone Drive
Mount Arlington, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,950
950 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,325
1273 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:46 AM
Pet-friendly, Mount Arlington complex features onsite dog park and grooming area. Luxury amenities include athletic courts, pool, and fitness studio. Easy access to I-80 and Rte 615. Apartment includes private patio, walk-in closets, and dishwasher.
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2 Units Available
Wharton Gardens Apartments
375 North Main Street
Wharton, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,375
730 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 02:01 AM
Wharton Gardens surrounds you with space, comfort and privacy. Every apartment has its own heating and central air conditioning system, giving you year-round comfort of your choice. Sliding glass doors open onto your own large private balcony.
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Avalon Wharton
111 E Dewey Ave
Wharton, NJ
Studio
$1,545
600 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,085
916 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,242
1253 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 01:07 PM
Thoughtfully designed layouts with gourmet kitchens. Whirlpool appliances, stainless steel sinks, and Moen faucets. Spacious walk-in closets and balconies in select apartments. Pool and fitness center. Ready access to I-80 and W. Union Turnpike.
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12 Units Available
Center Grove Village
100 Center Grove Rd
Morris County, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,460
719 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 1 at 09:41 PM
Live Well at Center Grove Village An incredible living space is waiting for you at Center Grove Village. Surrounded by tall trees, our community offers one and two bedroom apartments for rent in Randolph, New Jersey.
1 Unit Available
43 RAILROAD AVE
43 West Railroad Avenue
Netcong, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Amazing rental with 3 floors. 2 bedrooms, 1 full and 1 half bath. Garage & basement area! 1/2 of side by side duplex on dead end street. Quaint downtown Netcong in close proximity. Close to public transportation; train.
1 Unit Available
96 CRESTVIEW LN
96 Crestview Lane
Mount Arlington, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,600
960 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
First Floor unit one bedroom Plus a den. private deck, Refrigerator /washer /dryer in unit
1 Unit Available
122 STEDWICK DR
122 Stedwick Drive
Morris County, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,900
1440 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
This beautifully renovated 2 bedroom townhome is ready for immediate occupancy. Gorgeously updated throughout, it's bright and open. With quartz counters, hardwood flooring, recessed lighting and new windows/doors throughout this home is worry free.
1 Unit Available
46 ESSEX DR
46 Essex Drive
Mendham, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$3,000
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Welcome to the prestigious Mendham Commons! Under renovation, this light, bright and beautiful home is ready for discerning Tenant(s). New stainless steel appliances, freshly painted, cleaned & more! Pictures coming soon.
1 Unit Available
54 N MAIN ST
54 North Main Street
Wharton, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,950
860 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Consisting of 1 and 2 bedroom luxury floorplans, all residences at Port Oram Village will have a washer/dryer, Whirlpool SS appliances including a dishwasher.
1 Unit Available
495 WINDEMERE AVE
495 Windermere Avenue
Mount Arlington, NJ
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$2,500
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
A furnished lakefront loft apartment with astounding sunset views only 45 mi from NYC, 20 mi from Poconos. The home is set on Lake Hopatcong, NJ's largest lake, with direct lake and swimming access.
1 Unit Available
21 SUNSET LN
21 Sunset Lane
Morris County, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$3,100
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
LAKE-FRONT Rental in King Cove on Lake Hopatcong! Totally Updated Ranch style home. 3 Bedrooms/1 Full Bath. Laundry room with washer & dryer provided. Brand new Hot Forced Air Heat. Natural Gas, Public Water & Sewer. Quiet dead end street.
1 Unit Available
236 MILLBROOK AVE
236 Millbrook Avenue
Morris County, NJ
Studio
$1,300
900 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Great Location on the conner of RT 10 East and Millbrook Ave this space is ideal for Professional use or Medical use the space has two big conference Rooms with smaller offices and Private Rest Rooms With plenty of Parking.
1 Unit Available
395 FOX CHASE RD
395 Fox Chase Road
Morris County, NJ
Studio
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4 Bedrooms
$5,500
3709 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Gorgeous and Pristine 4/5 Bedroom, 3 1/2 Bath Updated Colonial Nestled on 1.87 Private Acres in the Heart of Chester Twsp. This Beautiful Home Boasts Gleaming Hardwood Floors Throughout.
1 Unit Available
7 OVERLOOK RD
7 Overlook Road
Morris County, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,200
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Cheerful garden apartment in well-kept 2-family home with spacious bedroom & separate den/office. Newer kitchen & bath, hardwood floors, good closet space, off-street parking & shared yard. NO PETS.
1 Unit Available
145 ARROWGATE DR
145 Arrowgate Drive
Morris County, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,800
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Large 3 bedroom, 2 Full bath & 1 Half bath end unit in desirable Arrowgate. Updated eat-in kitchen with breakfast bar, granite counter tops and 42" cabinets. 1st floor includes Family Room.
1 Unit Available
413 WILLS AVE
413 Wills Avenue
Hopatcong, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,450
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
EXCELENT FLOOR PLAN! Welcome to this beautiful 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths colonial with full finished basement, private backyard and plenty of parking space. Close to major highways and NJ transit.
1 Unit Available
65 BROOKSIDE LN
65 Brookside Lane
Mount Arlington, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,900
1092 sqft
Last updated April 10 at 02:17 AM
Immaculate 2 bedroom unit with 2 bedrooms, plus a den, and 2 full baths. Washer and dryer in unit. storage area in basement. Amenities inc. pool, clubhouse, tennis/basketball courts, billiards room, exercise room, playground, and much more.
1 Unit Available
74 N DELL AVE
74 North Dell Avenue
Morris County, NJ
4 Bedrooms
$2,200
Last updated April 4 at 06:18 AM
Recently refreshed, this large four bedroom colonial includes additional office/den area. Beautiful hardwood floors in Living and Dining Rooms. Spacious Bedrooms. Great location. Appliances are in as-is condition and will not be replaced.
Results within 10 miles of Succasunna
1 Unit Available
151 POST KENNEL RD
151 Post Kennel Road
Bernardsville, NJ
5 Bedrooms
$10,000
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
UNFURNISHED -- $10,000 a month OR FULLY FURNISHED -- $11,175 a month.
1 Unit Available
8 FERN RD
8 Fern Road
Lake Mohawk, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
WOW! This private community home is surprisingly larger than the data/listing show, built into the hillside of highly sought-after Lake Mohawk.
1 Unit Available
145 N SUSSEX ST
145 North Sussex Street
Dover, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Single family home with spacious rooms, laundry room, and fenced back yard. Basement and walk up attic for storage.
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City Guide

Succasunna
Hoboken's got me stressed, I'm going to motor west / Out Succasunna way, Netcong or Rockaway -- From "Strange Names" by Steve Forbert
Hoboken's got me stressed, I'm going to motor west / Out Succasunna way, Netcong or Rockaway -- From "Strange Names" by Steve Forbert

The name of Succasunna may be strange to Forbert's ears at least, but it originally comes from the Native American Lenni-Lenape word for black rock. Given that rich iron ore deposits have been located in this part of New Jersey, it seems that the census designated place, or CDP, is aptly named. An unincorporated community within Roxbury Township, Succasunna had a population of well over nine thousand inhabitants, as of the 2010 census. Roxbury Township lies on the eastern side of Morris County with Succasunna forming the southern section of it. The Morris Canal is an important part of the CDP's history. It is no longer in use, but it provided a much needed transportation link from the burgeoning iron industry in Succasunna, which dates back to as early as 1740. Now largely dismantled, the canal carried coal to iron ore regions all over the state.

Moving to Succasunna

Only a fraction of the housing in the in CDP is attached, so you won't find lots of choice when it comes to apartment complexes, to say the least. Nearly nine out of ten residences are single units and detached from one another, so think in terms of rental houses, rather than studios. There are well over 3,000 households that make up Succasunna, many of which are owner occupied. However, there are usually rental apartments in Succasunna available to view. Nearly a quarter of the housing stock was constructed prior to 1959 and very little has been built this century. Having said that, the rented properties in the locality do tend to be in a very well maintained condition. Rental prices tend to be higher than the countrywide average, but you knew that about New Jersey already, right? However, they are also a little higher than you might expect even by New Jersey's standards, especially when you consider that it is not the closest place to get to and from the Big Apple.

The temperatures in Succasunna average in the middle 20s during the winter months but a bit above 70 in the summer. If you choose to move in the winter, then bear in mind that the county expects to see at least 35 inches of snowfall each year. Therefore, the best times to move are in the spring or in early fall, before the worst of the winter weather. The rental market is geared around this so search for condos to rent as early as you can. This way you stand the best chance of securing the lease on the sort of residence that you are after. Always take the time to inspect the property thoroughly when viewing, but be prepared to move quickly if you do find something that you like. Rental housing in the CDP does not tend to hang around for long. A good piece of advice is to take a recent bank statement with you that proves you have the ability to pay not just the monthly rent, but the deposit as well. Read your lease before signing it. You shouldn't need a lawyer to interpret it for you since New Jersey State Law says that they must be written in plain language that is easy to comprehend.

Moving to Succasunna
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Only a fraction of the housing in the in CDP is attached, so you won't find lots of choice when it comes to apartment complexes, to say the least. Nearly nine out of ten residences are single units and detached from one another, so think in terms of rental houses, rather than studios. There are well over 3,000 households that make up Succasunna, many of which are owner occupied. However, there are usually rental apartments in Succasunna available to view. Nearly a quarter of the housing stock was constructed prior to 1959 and very little has been built this century. Having said that, the rented properties in the locality do tend to be in a very well maintained condition. Rental prices tend to be higher than the countrywide average, but you knew that about New Jersey already, right? However, they are also a little higher than you might expect even by New Jersey's standards, especially when you consider that it is not the closest place to get to and from the Big Apple.

The temperatures in Succasunna average in the middle 20s during the winter months but a bit above 70 in the summer. If you choose to move in the winter, then bear in mind that the county expects to see at least 35 inches of snowfall each year. Therefore, the best times to move are in the spring or in early fall, before the worst of the winter weather. The rental market is geared around this so search for condos to rent as early as you can. This way you stand the best chance of securing the lease on the sort of residence that you are after. Always take the time to inspect the property thoroughly when viewing, but be prepared to move quickly if you do find something that you like. Rental housing in the CDP does not tend to hang around for long. A good piece of advice is to take a recent bank statement with you that proves you have the ability to pay not just the monthly rent, but the deposit as well. Read your lease before signing it. You shouldn't need a lawyer to interpret it for you since New Jersey State Law says that they must be written in plain language that is easy to comprehend.

Neighborhoods of Succasunna

Succasunna simply does not have any neighborhoods that are distinct from each other. It is sometimes bundled in with close by Succasunna-Kenvil, but this is a separate CDP within Roxbury. Nonetheless, there are some differences within the CDP worth mentioning.

Mid-Succasunna: If you want to rent a house close to the parkland area that makes up part of the town, then try Eyland Avenue near to Righter Road, both of which lie on the eastern side of Route 10. There are baseball fields next to Horseshoe Lake and the pretty Succasunna Brook runs through the area, passing by Midland Park.

South Succasunna: For convenient access to the 3,000-acre Black River Wildlife Management Area, which is great for hiking and cross country skiing in winter, look in the southern part of the CDP. The area around Reger Road also offers a close proximity to Flanders Valley County Golf Course, worth knowing if you like to play the occasional round.

Neighborhoods of Succasunna
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Succasunna simply does not have any neighborhoods that are distinct from each other. It is sometimes bundled in with close by Succasunna-Kenvil, but this is a separate CDP within Roxbury. Nonetheless, there are some differences within the CDP worth mentioning.

Mid-Succasunna: If you want to rent a house close to the parkland area that makes up part of the town, then try Eyland Avenue near to Righter Road, both of which lie on the eastern side of Route 10. There are baseball fields next to Horseshoe Lake and the pretty Succasunna Brook runs through the area, passing by Midland Park.

South Succasunna: For convenient access to the 3,000-acre Black River Wildlife Management Area, which is great for hiking and cross country skiing in winter, look in the southern part of the CDP. The area around Reger Road also offers a close proximity to Flanders Valley County Golf Course, worth knowing if you like to play the occasional round.

Living in Succasunna

A little known fact from Succasunna's past is that it was where the globe's first electronic switching telephone exchange was installed. It went live in 1965, marking the CDP out as a real starting point for the information age. Okay, so that is quite enough of Succasunna's history -- what about today? The CDP has a total area of 5.1 square miles, only a tiny proportion of which is water, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. U.S. Routes 46 and 10 both pass through the settlement before eventually converging close to Interstate 80. The modern Morristown and Erie Railway also passes through Succasunna and there are regular freight services which use the railroad, but seldom more than one a day. Roxbury boasts a Chamber Of Commerce, which is handy if you are relocating and looking to set up a business, or build up your customers in a new area. There is also a newcomer's club, which is designed to welcome newbies to the area, something that many people who have relocated from New York City -- about an hour away -- found helpful.

Roxbury Mall lies in the mid point of Succasunna on its northern boundary, including a Home Depot, an outdoor store and a medical center. Just on the other side of the railroad is another mall, so there is more than enough by way of shopping that you don't feel the need to travel to a large city every time you head out. In fact, Succasunna has plenty to offer right on its doorstep. Roxbury Public Library is reasonably well stocked and lies within Succasunna, for example. This part of the town has everything that you might need; from plumbing services, to optometrists, to banking. Most of the CDP's eateries are located centrally, on Route 10, including The Roxbury Dine and the Black River Barn. The latter also doubles as a live music venue and is well worth checking out. If you are the energetic type, then there is a gym at the mall and another few dotted around the area, such as North Jersey Health and Fitness in Ledgewood. The Morris County Parks Commission looks after many of the green spaces in the vicinity and there are plenty of opportunities for locals to volunteer in keeping them in good condition. There's really no reason to become bored in a place like this. Succasunna is even home to theater, an arts center and a cinema.

Living in Succasunna
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A little known fact from Succasunna's past is that it was where the globe's first electronic switching telephone exchange was installed. It went live in 1965, marking the CDP out as a real starting point for the information age. Okay, so that is quite enough of Succasunna's history -- what about today? The CDP has a total area of 5.1 square miles, only a tiny proportion of which is water, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. U.S. Routes 46 and 10 both pass through the settlement before eventually converging close to Interstate 80. The modern Morristown and Erie Railway also passes through Succasunna and there are regular freight services which use the railroad, but seldom more than one a day. Roxbury boasts a Chamber Of Commerce, which is handy if you are relocating and looking to set up a business, or build up your customers in a new area. There is also a newcomer's club, which is designed to welcome newbies to the area, something that many people who have relocated from New York City -- about an hour away -- found helpful.

Roxbury Mall lies in the mid point of Succasunna on its northern boundary, including a Home Depot, an outdoor store and a medical center. Just on the other side of the railroad is another mall, so there is more than enough by way of shopping that you don't feel the need to travel to a large city every time you head out. In fact, Succasunna has plenty to offer right on its doorstep. Roxbury Public Library is reasonably well stocked and lies within Succasunna, for example. This part of the town has everything that you might need; from plumbing services, to optometrists, to banking. Most of the CDP's eateries are located centrally, on Route 10, including The Roxbury Dine and the Black River Barn. The latter also doubles as a live music venue and is well worth checking out. If you are the energetic type, then there is a gym at the mall and another few dotted around the area, such as North Jersey Health and Fitness in Ledgewood. The Morris County Parks Commission looks after many of the green spaces in the vicinity and there are plenty of opportunities for locals to volunteer in keeping them in good condition. There's really no reason to become bored in a place like this. Succasunna is even home to theater, an arts center and a cinema.

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Succasunna
Hoboken's got me stressed, I'm going to motor west / Out Succasunna way, Netcong or Rockaway -- From "Strange Names" by Steve Forbert
Hoboken's got me stressed, I'm going to motor west / Out Succasunna way, Netcong or Rockaway -- From "Strange Names" by Steve Forbert

The name of Succasunna may be strange to Forbert's ears at least, but it originally comes from the Native American Lenni-Lenape word for black rock. Given that rich iron ore deposits have been located in this part of New Jersey, it seems that the census designated place, or CDP, is aptly named. An unincorporated community within Roxbury Township, Succasunna had a population of well over nine thousand inhabitants, as of the 2010 census. Roxbury Township lies on the eastern side of Morris County with Succasunna forming the southern section of it. The Morris Canal is an important part of the CDP's history. It is no longer in use, but it provided a much needed transportation link from the burgeoning iron industry in Succasunna, which dates back to as early as 1740. Now largely dismantled, the canal carried coal to iron ore regions all over the state.

Moving to Succasunna

Only a fraction of the housing in the in CDP is attached, so you won't find lots of choice when it comes to apartment complexes, to say the least. Nearly nine out of ten residences are single units and detached from one another, so think in terms of rental houses, rather than studios. There are well over 3,000 households that make up Succasunna, many of which are owner occupied. However, there are usually rental apartments in Succasunna available to view. Nearly a quarter of the housing stock was constructed prior to 1959 and very little has been built this century. Having said that, the rented properties in the locality do tend to be in a very well maintained condition. Rental prices tend to be higher than the countrywide average, but you knew that about New Jersey already, right? However, they are also a little higher than you might expect even by New Jersey's standards, especially when you consider that it is not the closest place to get to and from the Big Apple.

The temperatures in Succasunna average in the middle 20s during the winter months but a bit above 70 in the summer. If you choose to move in the winter, then bear in mind that the county expects to see at least 35 inches of snowfall each year. Therefore, the best times to move are in the spring or in early fall, before the worst of the winter weather. The rental market is geared around this so search for condos to rent as early as you can. This way you stand the best chance of securing the lease on the sort of residence that you are after. Always take the time to inspect the property thoroughly when viewing, but be prepared to move quickly if you do find something that you like. Rental housing in the CDP does not tend to hang around for long. A good piece of advice is to take a recent bank statement with you that proves you have the ability to pay not just the monthly rent, but the deposit as well. Read your lease before signing it. You shouldn't need a lawyer to interpret it for you since New Jersey State Law says that they must be written in plain language that is easy to comprehend.

Moving to Succasunna
+

Only a fraction of the housing in the in CDP is attached, so you won't find lots of choice when it comes to apartment complexes, to say the least. Nearly nine out of ten residences are single units and detached from one another, so think in terms of rental houses, rather than studios. There are well over 3,000 households that make up Succasunna, many of which are owner occupied. However, there are usually rental apartments in Succasunna available to view. Nearly a quarter of the housing stock was constructed prior to 1959 and very little has been built this century. Having said that, the rented properties in the locality do tend to be in a very well maintained condition. Rental prices tend to be higher than the countrywide average, but you knew that about New Jersey already, right? However, they are also a little higher than you might expect even by New Jersey's standards, especially when you consider that it is not the closest place to get to and from the Big Apple.

The temperatures in Succasunna average in the middle 20s during the winter months but a bit above 70 in the summer. If you choose to move in the winter, then bear in mind that the county expects to see at least 35 inches of snowfall each year. Therefore, the best times to move are in the spring or in early fall, before the worst of the winter weather. The rental market is geared around this so search for condos to rent as early as you can. This way you stand the best chance of securing the lease on the sort of residence that you are after. Always take the time to inspect the property thoroughly when viewing, but be prepared to move quickly if you do find something that you like. Rental housing in the CDP does not tend to hang around for long. A good piece of advice is to take a recent bank statement with you that proves you have the ability to pay not just the monthly rent, but the deposit as well. Read your lease before signing it. You shouldn't need a lawyer to interpret it for you since New Jersey State Law says that they must be written in plain language that is easy to comprehend.

Neighborhoods of Succasunna

Succasunna simply does not have any neighborhoods that are distinct from each other. It is sometimes bundled in with close by Succasunna-Kenvil, but this is a separate CDP within Roxbury. Nonetheless, there are some differences within the CDP worth mentioning.

Mid-Succasunna: If you want to rent a house close to the parkland area that makes up part of the town, then try Eyland Avenue near to Righter Road, both of which lie on the eastern side of Route 10. There are baseball fields next to Horseshoe Lake and the pretty Succasunna Brook runs through the area, passing by Midland Park.

South Succasunna: For convenient access to the 3,000-acre Black River Wildlife Management Area, which is great for hiking and cross country skiing in winter, look in the southern part of the CDP. The area around Reger Road also offers a close proximity to Flanders Valley County Golf Course, worth knowing if you like to play the occasional round.

Neighborhoods of Succasunna
+

Succasunna simply does not have any neighborhoods that are distinct from each other. It is sometimes bundled in with close by Succasunna-Kenvil, but this is a separate CDP within Roxbury. Nonetheless, there are some differences within the CDP worth mentioning.

Mid-Succasunna: If you want to rent a house close to the parkland area that makes up part of the town, then try Eyland Avenue near to Righter Road, both of which lie on the eastern side of Route 10. There are baseball fields next to Horseshoe Lake and the pretty Succasunna Brook runs through the area, passing by Midland Park.

South Succasunna: For convenient access to the 3,000-acre Black River Wildlife Management Area, which is great for hiking and cross country skiing in winter, look in the southern part of the CDP. The area around Reger Road also offers a close proximity to Flanders Valley County Golf Course, worth knowing if you like to play the occasional round.

Living in Succasunna

A little known fact from Succasunna's past is that it was where the globe's first electronic switching telephone exchange was installed. It went live in 1965, marking the CDP out as a real starting point for the information age. Okay, so that is quite enough of Succasunna's history -- what about today? The CDP has a total area of 5.1 square miles, only a tiny proportion of which is water, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. U.S. Routes 46 and 10 both pass through the settlement before eventually converging close to Interstate 80. The modern Morristown and Erie Railway also passes through Succasunna and there are regular freight services which use the railroad, but seldom more than one a day. Roxbury boasts a Chamber Of Commerce, which is handy if you are relocating and looking to set up a business, or build up your customers in a new area. There is also a newcomer's club, which is designed to welcome newbies to the area, something that many people who have relocated from New York City -- about an hour away -- found helpful.

Roxbury Mall lies in the mid point of Succasunna on its northern boundary, including a Home Depot, an outdoor store and a medical center. Just on the other side of the railroad is another mall, so there is more than enough by way of shopping that you don't feel the need to travel to a large city every time you head out. In fact, Succasunna has plenty to offer right on its doorstep. Roxbury Public Library is reasonably well stocked and lies within Succasunna, for example. This part of the town has everything that you might need; from plumbing services, to optometrists, to banking. Most of the CDP's eateries are located centrally, on Route 10, including The Roxbury Dine and the Black River Barn. The latter also doubles as a live music venue and is well worth checking out. If you are the energetic type, then there is a gym at the mall and another few dotted around the area, such as North Jersey Health and Fitness in Ledgewood. The Morris County Parks Commission looks after many of the green spaces in the vicinity and there are plenty of opportunities for locals to volunteer in keeping them in good condition. There's really no reason to become bored in a place like this. Succasunna is even home to theater, an arts center and a cinema.

Living in Succasunna
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A little known fact from Succasunna's past is that it was where the globe's first electronic switching telephone exchange was installed. It went live in 1965, marking the CDP out as a real starting point for the information age. Okay, so that is quite enough of Succasunna's history -- what about today? The CDP has a total area of 5.1 square miles, only a tiny proportion of which is water, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. U.S. Routes 46 and 10 both pass through the settlement before eventually converging close to Interstate 80. The modern Morristown and Erie Railway also passes through Succasunna and there are regular freight services which use the railroad, but seldom more than one a day. Roxbury boasts a Chamber Of Commerce, which is handy if you are relocating and looking to set up a business, or build up your customers in a new area. There is also a newcomer's club, which is designed to welcome newbies to the area, something that many people who have relocated from New York City -- about an hour away -- found helpful.

Roxbury Mall lies in the mid point of Succasunna on its northern boundary, including a Home Depot, an outdoor store and a medical center. Just on the other side of the railroad is another mall, so there is more than enough by way of shopping that you don't feel the need to travel to a large city every time you head out. In fact, Succasunna has plenty to offer right on its doorstep. Roxbury Public Library is reasonably well stocked and lies within Succasunna, for example. This part of the town has everything that you might need; from plumbing services, to optometrists, to banking. Most of the CDP's eateries are located centrally, on Route 10, including The Roxbury Dine and the Black River Barn. The latter also doubles as a live music venue and is well worth checking out. If you are the energetic type, then there is a gym at the mall and another few dotted around the area, such as North Jersey Health and Fitness in Ledgewood. The Morris County Parks Commission looks after many of the green spaces in the vicinity and there are plenty of opportunities for locals to volunteer in keeping them in good condition. There's really no reason to become bored in a place like this. Succasunna is even home to theater, an arts center and a cinema.