I sold homes in and around the Woolwich area for almost 18 years. Have seen it grow from mostly farm ground to a beautiful community of all types of homes and shops like Swedes Bake shop to a super Wawa. No major shopping centers but thats what makes it so nice I think. You can find anything you need within a few miles except the big department stores. But when you come home you have the small town feel and can enjoy some peace and a life alittle less hurried.
The commute is like the others said, easy via either 295 or the turnpike. I live at exit 7 off 295, Woolwich would be exit 10, just 3 miles north. Cherry Hill is exit 34, therefore 24 miles north of exit 10. My daughter worked in Cherry Hill and it only took her 35 mins. to get there. Well, I will say though she does drive alittle over the speed limit but 35 mins. should get you there from exit 10 without construction delays and hopefully that will be over soon.
So if you'd like more info about Woolwich let me know, or better yet come visit us.
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From Cherry Hill you would head south on 295 for 30 minutes. Woolwich is a wonderful community but initially moving from Brooklyn NY to South Jersey it was better for myself to move to Cherry Hill. My Husband was transferred here with his job in1986. We bought our first home in Washington Twp. in Gloucester Twp. Then we moved to Cherry Hill. He is a nuclear engineer and made the trip from Chery Hill to Salem Cty which is South of Woolwich, Depending on where you are coming from I think you might find Woolwich a bit rural. Good luck and please feel free to contact me for additional information on both areas since I sell homes in Gloucester County and Camden County.
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