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Haworth Real Estate

Living In Haworth, NJ

Haworth was named by railroad financier and author, John S. Sauzade in tribute to the English hometown of the Bronte sisters, whose novels he admired. In 2004, Haworth historian May Lou Boyd, compiled a 100 centennial history of Haworth. Today, Haworth is known to be a small town community with less than 4,000 residents. It has the feel of yesterday with just a small offering of shops and restaurants, but still close to all.


Local Amenities

Haworth is the home of two beautiful golf courses: White Beeches Country Club and Haworth Country Club. Other notable places of interest are Haworth Memorial Park and Haworth Swim Club There are not many restaurants in Haworth, but be sure to check out Andiamo’s and Alessandro’s Trattoria.


Children in Haworth attend the Haworth Public School from kindergarten through 8th grade. Thereafter, they join students from Closter and Demarest at Northern Valley Regional High School at Demarest for 9th through 12th grade.

Places of Worhsip

Sacred Heart Parish
First United Church of Christ
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church


Haworth offers bus service to The Port Authority Bus Terminal (mid-town Manhattan) and The George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal (upper Manhattan) via New Jersey Transit and Rockland Coaches.