Readington Township is a township located in Hunterdon County, NJ. It includes the un incorporated community of Whitehouse Station. The Township was incorporated as Readingtown Township, one of New Jersey's initial group of 104 townships, on February 21, 1798.
The Readington Township Public Schools serve students in grades kindergarten through grade eight and students in grades 9-12 attend Hunterdon Central Regional High School, named Blue Ribbon School by the United States Department of Education in 2002.
Local and interstate highways in Readington Township include Routes 22, 31, 78 and 202. There is NJ Transit train service for passengers who work in New York City, Newark or Hoboken.
Readington Real Estate features a vast collection of beautifully-restored antique homes, from stately Victorians and Greek Revivals to charming farmhouses and old stone dwellings. In recent years there has been new home developments that include townhomes and condominiums as well as single family homes neighborhoods, characterized by luxury homes nestled on large parcels of land surrounded by picturesque scenery that is a characteristic of the area.
In the past, Money magazine and NJ Monthly magazine have all singled out Readington Township as a desirable place to live and in 2014 the security organization Safewise ranked Readington the #16 among the 50 safest cities in New Jersey.