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One of the oldest towns in New Jersey, Freehold was originally home to the Lenape before being discovered by John Cabot in 1498. Though initially claimed by the Dutch, the British would take Freehold by the seventeenth century and begin settling there by 1664. By the beginning of the American Revolution, Freehold had become a hotbed of patriotic activity. The Declaration of Independence was proudly proclaimed from the steps of the Monmouth Courthouse just hours after having been signed in Philadelphia and by 1770 the Sons of Liberty were actively recruiting in the area. Though Monmouth County would fall under loyalist control in 1776 following the Battle of Long Island, the 1778 Battle of Monmouth would free the county once more after columns of British troops crossing through Freehold were ambushed, leading to a massive, days-long battle between British forces the Continental Army. It was in Freehold where Molly Pitcher famously manned the cannons after her husband fell in battle. By the nineteenth century, Freehold experienced significant growth both in the urban center around the Courthouse and in the outlying hinterlands which had since sprouted a prosperous farming community. By the beginning of the twentieth century, the two sides of Freehold had grown s0 divided bickering over tax dollars that they voted to separate the town in 1919. Thus, the borough of Freehold formed around the Courthouse with the rest of the town remaining Freehold Township. After World War II, Freehold’s farmland was gradually transformed into residential neighborhoods with workers and businessmen commuting to New York.

Today, Freehold is a vibrant and dynamic as ever. The borough remains a bustling hub in the center of it all while the township sits contented with its crisscrossed suburban sprawl. Enjoy the natural beauty of Turkey Swamp Park or take a trip back in time at the historic Covenhoven House. Dine out at any one of Freehold’s delicious bistros and restaurants or shop at the Freehold Raceway Mall, located by the beautiful Freehold Raceway. Neighboring Manalapan and less than an hour from Asbury Park, have yourself a beach day or venture out and enjoy the rest of what the Garden State has to offer. Centrally located and with an award winning school district, come home to Freehold. 

Bradly Trebotica
Keller Williams
Ph: 800-405-3914
Freehold, NJ 07728 US
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