Hammonton is home to about 15,000 residents in Atlantic County, New Jersey. Settled in 1812, the town was officially incorporated in 1866. A quick look around the town reveals the lush green parks, aged oaks and decorative lamps lining the streets. This place has a great small-town vibe, but is by no means a sleepy little town! All year long, events and festivities fill the locals' calendars.
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The Blueberry Capital of the World! The annual Red, White and Blueberry Festival is responsible both for celebrating the bounty of local blueberries and letting the rest of the world in on the festivities. Drop by the Hammonton Chamber of Commerce to learn more about specific events during the festival.
High home values! Houses in Hammonton are well-maintained and retain their excellent value. Take a look at one of the exquisite homes next to the Hammonton Lake State Park, or you can find an attractive price east of Belleview Road and South Egg Harbor. The properties in all parts of town are rising in value each year. Between 2012 and 2013, values rose over 7 percent.
It's a festival town! Hammonton also hosts the annual Our Lady of Mount Carmel Festival and the Hammonton Wine Festival. The Carmel Festival is an Italian celebration that has taken place since 1875; the Wine Festival celebrates local producers in and around Hammonton.
Affordable rentals! Despite the high home values here, there are plenty of rental properties with a very fair monthly price tag. From the one-bed, one-bath apartments on Anderson Drive to the two-bedroom townhouses on Yorkton Boulevard, you'll find some great choices of rentals. If you're unsure about renting but aren't ready to take on a mortgage, talk to local homeowners about rent to own housing.
A vibrant downtown! From Central Avenue to Washington Street, Hammonton's downtown is a functional and fun place to be. Shops, offices, parks, banks and the Eagle Theatre can all be found in central Hammonton, and many participate in themed Third Thursday Events.
Fun local businesses! Ricca's Italian Bakery set the Guinness World Record for longest line of cakes. The Eagle Theatre sells wine to its patrons during shows. For even more fun, there are also Halloween and Memorial Day Parades.
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