Millburn tennis isn’t just a sport—it’s a way of life. And this isn’t just because the Millburn High School boys’ tennis team has won the last three NJ Tournament of Champions titles, and just beat Princeton 5-0 in the Group III NJ State Championship (we’re not at all bragging here, guys). It’s because of the tremendous Millburn tennis community here. There are the beautiful and well-kept public courts at Taylor Park, the competitive yet supportive leagues at Center Court in Chatham, and the West Orange Tennis Club.
Listen, Millburn tennis isn’t just about winning (though clearly we are great at that). It’s about building community, and getting to know your neighbors. Parents, there are so many opportunities, such as the Chatham Tennis Camps, to get your children involved and make friends with other kids. There are so many ways for adults to take a break from their work and enjoy the beautiful sunshine over some doubles or round robin singles. Millburn tennis brings people together.
Brooklynites: really, what are you doing sitting there with your racket in your hand, waiting for those people who just won’t get off your court at Prospect Park or in Central Park, sometimes after you’ve reserved the court weeks in advance? Let’s face it: Brooklyn is no place to be a tennis player. Do yourself a favor. Get your racket and your tennis bag, a fresh can of Wilson balls, and come over to our courts (conveniently located right near a beautiful Millburn home). It’s Millburn tennis: we’ll have a court ready for you when you get here.
Millburn tennis isn’t just a sport—it’s a way of life. And this isn’t just because the Millburn High School boys’ tennis team has won the last three NJ Tournament of Champions titles, and just beat Princeton 5-0 in the Group III NJ State Championship (we’re not at all bragging here, guys). It’s because of the tremendous Millburn … [Read More]
Scoping out Maplewood NJ homes with the little ones on your quest to secure Maplewood NJ real estate? Come to Maplewood Memorial Library located at 51 Baker Street, where Create Space happens every Tuesday from 4pm to 8pm and Thursday from 6pm to 8pm. Patrons can create fun cards, games and whatever their imagination devises … [Read More]
Families living in Maplewood NJ homes are all looking forward to MayFest 2015 hosted by the Springfield Avenue Partnership. For those who live in Maplewood NJ this old fashioned street fair event is an annual highlight of the season. On Sunday, May 24th, vendors, food, and kids activities will be taking over Springfield Avenue … [Read More]
About Robin Benjamin
Understanding the nuances of pricing requires local knowledge that isn't always available to buyers and sellers. This is particularly true in a location like Millburn-Short Hills, Chatham, and Summit.