Hanover is a nice suburban community in eastern Morris County, Homes range in price from older Splits, Ranches, and Capes ($425,000 to $600,000) to larger Colonials ($600,000 to $1,500,000). Anything less expensive is going to be in rough shape. Hanover is quite desirable due to its centralized location and good schools. It is not a pretty town, it is more of a suburban sprawl. There is no real downtown area, just shopping areas mainly along Route 10.
Bee Meadow - the northwest section features older Bi-Levels, Splits, Capes, and some smaller Colonials. Also some younger Colonials built in the mid 1990's.
Malapardis Park- the west section of town. Suburban residential area.
Trailwoods - far West section of the Malapardis area serviced by Morris Plains post office.
Countrywood - just north of Trailwoods and quite similar.
Birch Hill - nice neighborhood in Whippany area west of Whippany Rd. Larger Bi-Levels, Split Levels, Ranches.
Boulevard Estates - new neighborhood of Colonials on the east side of Malapardis. Upper 700's to low 800's.
Sterling Woods Estates - High end subdivision of Colonials priced above $1,000,000. Located in the Malapardis area, but east of 287 (a little too close for my taste).
Forest Hills - New subdivision near Whippany. Large Colonials priced $1,100,000 to $1,500,000.
Heritage Woods - just North of the high school, a neighborhood of Bi-Levels, Split Levels, and Colonials built in the 1970's. Low 500's to mid 600's.
Academy Estates - small neighborhood located in the southwest corner near where Routes 24 and 287 intersect. Quite noisy as a result.
As far as elementary schools, there are 3: Bee Meadow, Mountview, and Salem. All 3 are considered very good, buy Mountview has the best scores by a small margin.
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