Hazlet Real Estate, Hazlet NJ

Hazlet Township, NJ | Official Website

Welcome to Hazlet, a thriving town in Monmouth County, New Jersey. Hazlet provides residents with a wonderful place to call home thanks to its rich history, lovely neighborhoods, and convenient location.

Hazlet has a long history that began with the arrival of European colonists in the early 18th century. The town has evolved into a thriving suburban neighborhood over the years while still maintaining its small-town charm. Hazlet attracts families, professionals, and people of all ages because of its welcoming atmosphere and strong sense of community.

Read more about Hazlet here.

 

Hazlet Homes For Sale

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21 Bethany Road, Hazlet

$929,000

21 Bethany Road, Hazlet

4 Beds 3 Baths 2,300 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22409994

Brendan Altieri Keller Williams Shore Properties

695 Holmdel Road, Hazlet

$899,000

↓ $96,000

695 Holmdel Road, Hazlet

0 Beds 0 Baths 0 SqFt Commercial Sale MLS® # 22401325

Laura Maguire Keller Williams Realty Central Monmouth

84 Bethany Road, Hazlet

$749,900

84 Bethany Road, Hazlet

4 Beds 3 Baths 1,728 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22402356

Louis Gambo Weichert Realtors-E. Brunswick

New
35 Central Avenue, Hazlet

$529,000

35 Central Avenue, Hazlet

4 Beds 3 Baths 1,800 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22409585

Rose O'neill EXP Realty

New
1668 Union Avenue, Hazlet

$525,000

1668 Union Avenue, Hazlet

3 Beds 2 Baths 1,839 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22410638

Valerie Vargas Keller Williams Realty West Monmouth

16 Frances Place, Hazlet

$519,900

↓ $20,000

16 Frances Place, Hazlet

4 Beds 2 Baths 0 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22407881

Jeffrey Dispenza Coldwell Banker Realty

18 Thorne Place, Hazlet

$499,000

18 Thorne Place, Hazlet

3 Beds 2 Baths 1,846 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22409523

Brianne Sciametta Burke&Manna Real Estate Agency

66 Mercer Street, Hazlet

$425,000

66 Mercer Street, Hazlet

4 Beds 2 Baths 2,036 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22409121

Maureen Yetman C21 Thomson & Co.

470 Laurel Avenue, Hazlet

$399,900

↓ $30,000

470 Laurel Avenue, Hazlet

3 Beds 1 Bath 1,228 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22237792

B.k. Kromer VRI Homes

New
322 Highway 36, Hazlet

$359,999

322 Highway 36, Hazlet

0 Beds 0 Baths 0 SqFt Commercial Sale MLS® # 22410470

Carley Scarantino RE/MAX Imperial

New
52 Monique Circle, Hazlet

$219,000

52 Monique Circle, Hazlet

3 Beds 2 Baths 0 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22409513

Catherine Difiore Weichert Realtors-Holmdel

16a Bayshore Mobile Mnr, Hazlet

$163,000

↓ $4,999

16a Bayshore Mobile Mnr, Hazlet

2 Beds 1 Bath 0 SqFt Residential MLS® # 22330858

Debra Grillo Keller Williams Realty Central Monmouth

Origin and History of Hazlet 

Beginning in the early 18th century, Hazlet, New Jersey, has a long and illustrious history. Before European colonists arrived in the mid-1600s, the Lenape Native American tribe had inhabited the area. The community was first known as "Raritan Township" and later changed its name to "Hazlet Township" in 1967 to honor Dr. John Hazlett, a well-known local physician and politician.

Hazlet has changed over the course of its history from being primarily an agricultural community to a thriving suburban town. Early on, farming and fishing were the primary industries, and locals relied on the productive land and the nearby Raritan Bay for a living. Hazlet underwent significant growth and development after the Garden State Parkway was built in the 1950s, drawing new residents and businesses.

Hazlet is renowned for its part in American history as well. In June 1778, a Revolutionary War battle known as the Battle of Monmouth took place close to Hazlet. Historical markers and monuments commemorate this battle, which was crucial to the war effort.

Location and legal history of Hazlet

It is located in the state's eastern region, bordered to the east by Raritan Bay. The town's convenient location close to busy roads like the Garden State Parkway and Route 35 makes it simple to access nearby areas and amenities.

In 1848, Hazlet Township was incorporated as "Raritan Township." Hazlet Township, in contrast, was given that name in 1967 in honor of Dr. John Hazlett, a well-known local physician and politician. The town has a Mayor-Council form of government, with elected officials in charge of managing local operations and making decisions.

The evolution of the community over time is reflected in Hazlet's legal history. Zoning laws and land-use ordinances were put in place as the town grew to ensure orderly development and protect the town's identity. The local government is essential in enforcing these laws and making sure that building codes and permits are followed.

The development of numerous laws and ordinances to advance the welfare, quality of life, and public safety of Hazlet residents is also documented in the city's legal history. These rules could cover things like those governing animal control, noise abatement, and property upkeep. The town's legal system is constantly changing to accommodate the demands and interests of its citizens.

Energy and lifestyle in Hazlet

Hazlet fosters a welcoming and community-oriented atmosphere. The town is home to various parks, recreational facilities, and community centers, providing ample opportunities for residents to engage in outdoor activities, sports, and social gatherings. The township also hosts regular events and festivals, fostering a sense of camaraderie among its residents.

Hazlet is known for its excellent schools, which play a significant role in shaping the community's lifestyle. The quality of education is a priority in the township, with highly regarded public and private schools offering comprehensive academic programs and extracurricular activities. This commitment to education provides a solid foundation for families and ensures that young residents have access to excellent educational opportunities.

Additionally, Hazlet boasts a range of shopping centers, restaurants, and entertainment options. Residents have access to a variety of retail outlets, from national chains to local businesses, as well as a diverse dining scene that caters to various tastes and preferences. The township also has a thriving arts and culture scene, with local theaters, galleries, and community organizations hosting performances and exhibitions throughout the year.

Hazlet's Geography

Situated in the eastern part of the state, Hazlet enjoys a prime location near the Raritan Bay, providing residents with access to beautiful coastal landscapes and stunning waterfront views.

The township is nestled between the towns of Holmdel, Aberdeen, and Middletown, creating a sense of community and connectivity within the region. Hazlet covers an area of approximately 5.5 square miles, encompassing a mix of residential neighborhoods, commercial areas, and open spaces.

Hazlet's geography is characterized by a diverse landscape that combines suburban neighborhoods with natural beauty. The township is home to several parks and green spaces, offering residents opportunities for outdoor recreation and leisure. Hazlet's parks feature playgrounds, sports fields, walking trails, and picnic areas, providing ample space for residents to enjoy nature and engage in outdoor activities.

Accessibility of Transportation

Hazlet is a convenient location to live and travel from thanks to its excellent transportation accessibility. Major highways are well connected to the township, allowing for simple access to nearby towns and cities.

The Garden State Parkway, which passes through the township of Hazlet, is one of the main thoroughfares for transportation. Residents can easily travel south to other areas of New Jersey or north to New York City thanks to this major highway. The Parkway offers easy access to other major thoroughfares like Routes 35 and 36, which improves connectivity in the area even more.

Bus routes operated by NJ Transit serve Hazlet for those who prefer public transportation. These bus services link locals to a variety of locations, such as nearby towns, malls, and train stations. In a short distance, commuters can take a direct train to New York City and other locations along the North Jersey Coast Line from the Aberdeen-Matawan train station.

Hazlet provides a variety of local transportation choices in addition to road and rail travel. The township is pedestrian-friendly for those who prefer to walk or ride a bike around the neighborhood thanks to its network of well-maintained roads and sidewalks. For convenient local transportation, ride-sharing and taxi services are also offered.

Schools and Education

The elementary schools in Hazlet include Raritan Valley School and Middle Road School. Both schools offer a comprehensive curriculum that focuses on core subjects, as well as enrichment programs and extracurricular activities to promote a well-rounded education. They strive to create a safe and inclusive learning environment where students can thrive.

For middle school education, Hazlet has the Hazlet Middle School. The middle school provides a challenging academic program and a range of extracurricular activities to engage and inspire students. It prepares them for the transition to high school by fostering critical thinking skills, collaboration, and independence.

Additionally, Hazlet is located near several renowned high schools in the area. Students have the option to attend Raritan High School, which is part of the Hazlet Township Public School District. The high school offers a diverse range of academic programs, extracurricular activities, and sports teams to cater to students' interests and talents. There are also private and charter school options in the surrounding area for families seeking alternative educational opportunities.