Monmouth Junction is a community located in South Brunswick Township, a highly-desirable township that is considered one of America’s best small towns. South Brunswick was formed from New Brunswick Township sometime around 1778, when it is mentioned for the first time in Freeholder minutes. Monmouth Junction is one of several unincorporated communities located within the township.
With public transportation available to Midtown Manhattan, several highways, and the New Jersey Turnpike to choose from, commuting from your new Monmouth Junction apartment for rent will be a breeze. Monmouth Junction is home to the historic Red Maple Farm, listed on the US National Register of Historic Places. Joachim Gulick built the house in 1740, and later it served as a stop on the Underground Railroad. Today, it is a bed and breakfast.
Monmouth Junction’s gently-rolling hills, tree-lined streets, and open green spaces will make you think you’ve rented an apartment in a rural oasis – but you’ll be just a short distance from several major metro areas, including Trenton, Philadelphia, Manhattan, and Atlantic City.