This is a most interesting community - which offers a fascinating diversity in architectural design - Cottages, Tudors, Ranch Homes, Split levels, Classic, and Center Hall Colonials, and luxurious mansions set on beautifully landscaped grounds.
with an active, community-involved citizenry. From the Memorial Day activities to the well organized recreational programs, Ho-Ho-Kus people participate. Respectful of its colonial heritage, Ho-Ho-Kus claims the distinction of being one of the oldest communities in New Jersey.
There is an elementary school which operates through the eighth grade. Secondary students complete their education partnership with a nearby, highly rated, high school. St. Luke's which is an outstanding parochial school serves students through the eighth grade. Accessibility to shopping and easy commuting add to the pleasure of being a Ho-Ho-Kus resident.
Nestled high on a hill and more than 150 feet from the road, this very large, classic colonial overlooks a quiet, private landscape. It's an entertainer's delight with ap...
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker, Ridgewood.
This gracious hardy board, stone & stucco residence was built in 2004 with the high attention to quality & detail. This custom built home sits on a beautiful landscaped a...
Listing courtesy of Marron Gildea Realty, Inc..
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