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If you're looking for homes for sale in Gloucester County, Camden County or Burlington County, you've come to the right place. I'm H. Gregory Kincaid, the Local Guy, and I can help you find the perfect Home. The real estate choices are abundant and diverse. Whether you're looking for a Condo, Townhouse, Single Family Home, or Active Adult Community, I'll help you find the home you've always wanted. So, let's get started and find the Real Estate of your dreams.
Burlington County NJ is the largest county in New Jersey. Rich in historic lore, with a splendid system of highways, the county holds an irresistible charm to the traveler and tourist. While the county is principally known for its agriculture, there is considerable manufacturing, particularly along the Delaware River front. Burlington County has always been one of the leading agricultural counties in the country. More Burlington County acres are devoted to farming than any other county in the state, producing sweet corn and fruit.
Camden County in 1926, President Calvin Coolidge dedicated the Delaware River Bridge, later renamed for Benjamin Franklin. It opened the way for commuters to work in Philadelphia and live in the Camden suburbs. A second bridge, the Walt Whitman, opened 31 years later, connecting Philadelphia and Gloucester City. In 1976, the Betsy Ross Bridge, linking Philadelphia and Pennsauken, opened to traffic.
Gloucester County possesses a historical background that places it foremost in our Country's history. Historical shrines abound throughout the County. Major Revolutionary War Battlegrounds with original trenches and weapons carefully preserved, distinctive and outstanding Early American architecture, exemplified by beautiful old homes of notable Patriots, churches, and public buildings are generously scattered throughout the county and are a constant inspiration to the citizenry.
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