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When It Comes To Moving Chesterfield
 We Don't Horse Around!

Chesterfield, NJ

Chesterfield has permanently preserved more than 7,000 acres of farmland through state and county programs.

The land was first settled in 1677, when a group of primarily Quaker immigrants from England established the settlement of Crosswicks, the oldest of the three communities of the township.


The village was named after the Crosswicks Creek that separates Burlington and Mercer counties.


The other two villages were Recklesstown, now Chesterfield, and Plattsburg (now Sykesville).


Recklesstown was named in honor of one of its founders, Joseph Reckless, until the community's name was changed in 1888.

Chesterfield was voted number one "Best Place to Live" in Burlington County and number eight among the Municipalities in the Greater Philadelphia area by the October 2006 issue of Philadelphia Magazine.  


It is also winner of the Environmental Excellence Award for Open Space Protection and Preservation.

Burlington, NJ
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Local Spots

Where to horse around in Chesterfield, NJ

The Chesterfield Inn

The Chesterfield Inn

Mikey Bagels

Mikey Bagels

Six Flags Great Adventure

Six Flags

Great Adventure

Fundaes Arcade

Fundaes Arcade

Osteria Procaccini - Crosswicks

Osteria Procaccini - Crosswicks

Under the Moon Cafe

Under the Moon Cafe

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