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Old 04-16-2007, 11:07 AM
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Hello everyone,

I am planning to buy a house in Chesterfield in Burlington County ...I was wondering if I have made the right choice or not ...How is that place to live...I am looking for good school district and a nice and calm place ..also since my husband is travelling most of the time I would like to be in safe place....how are the property taxes and general expenses...like utilities trash removals ...etc. are there good day care centers there ....any comments would be a grt help.

Thanks a ton....
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Old 09-08-2007, 04:16 PM
 
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Default Does anyone have any info on Chesterfield NJ?

I also am looking for school information regarding Chesterfield, Florence or Hainesport. I have researched the "online" stats....but was looking for more personal experiences/ opinions.
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Old 02-08-2009, 12:00 PM
 
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I work in Chesterfield, and have been told that the schooling system is one of the best. Since I do not have children, this does not matter to me. However, I do know that there have been families that leave Bordentown schools to go to Chesterfield! That has to be a good thing.
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Old 02-08-2009, 12:08 PM
 
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Chesterfield is a beautiful bucolic town, with lots of horse country. The downside is there is nothing going on in the area. I would say Chesterfield schools are better than Hainesport's but Hainesport is a far better location in terms of amenities, shopping, restaurants, etc., not even close.
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Old 02-08-2009, 12:16 PM
 
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Hello everyone,

I am planning to buy a house in Chesterfield in Burlington County ...I was wondering if I have made the right choice or not ...How is that place to live...I am looking for good school district and a nice and calm place ..also since my husband is travelling most of the time I would like to be in safe place....how are the property taxes and general expenses...like utilities trash removals ...etc. are there good day care centers there ....any comments would be a grt help.

Thanks a ton....
I am a New Jersey DEP radon specialist and important information you need to know that most don't know is that Chesterfield is a New Jersey DEP Tier One radon zone.....this is a high incidence area.....in order to be Tier One at least 25% of the tests done there have unsafe levels.....if you buy there get a radon test when you do !
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Old 02-08-2009, 07:02 PM
 
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Default chesterfield is the best

Hi if u want to know more about the new developemnt in chesterfield,nj...go to chesterfieldnewjersey.com....this site will help u a lot,there r lotta ppl who discuss about taxes,utilities and all....u can feel free to ask ur questions,ppl who visit that site r really nie and helpful......goodluck.
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Old 02-09-2009, 10:10 AM
 
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I grew up near Chesterfield and used to frequent the Chesterfield Inn-GREAT pub food and rotating taps!
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Old 02-09-2009, 02:36 PM
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I am a New Jersey DEP radon specialist and important information you need to know that most don't know is that Chesterfield is a New Jersey DEP Tier One radon zone.....this is a high incidence area.....in order to be Tier One at least 25% of the tests done there have unsafe levels.....if you buy there get a radon test when you do !
Can you give us any more information besides that? Is there a Federal/State or organization site where we go for more information on readings?
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Old 02-09-2009, 06:45 PM
 
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Can you give us any more information besides that? Is there a Federal/State or organization site where we go for more information on readings?
The New Jersey DEP has a web site.......don't have a link but google New Jersey DEP radon program......then click on radon......whats there will answer most questions....including the radon level of concern of each and every town in New Jersey based upon past tests performed there over the years.....if your looking for "specific" readings of each test they don't publish that......town classifications for radon concern...or Tiers.....are arrived at based upon elevated readings from their data base....as I understand it to be in Tier One, the catagory if highest concern at least 25% of tests from that zip code have to be high......to be in Tier 2...an area of "average" concern anywhere between 5% and 24% of the tests are high and to be in Tier 3....an area of lowest concern less than 5% of the tests are high.
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