Originally founded in 1737 under the name Squankum, Williamstown changed its name in the early 18th century when the town's first post office was established. The town still carries the charisma of an older time. The streets are lined with mature trees that lead shoppers into vintage antique stores where you can find an assortment of historic treasures. If antiquing doesn't pique your interest, Williamstown offers residents a challenging round of golf at the Scotland Run Golf Course, or perhaps you'd prefer a stroll through the picturesque Hospitality Creek. Nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts enjoy the area specifically for the 30 acre lake, camping and the Olympic size swimming pool. It's the perfect place to spend a peaceful summer afternoon in New Jersey.

Located only 23 miles from Philadelphia, Williamstown, NJ, has the historic charm and charisma many home buyers seek. Choose from an assortment of beautiful single-family homes; some with old-fashioned characteristics that add to the antiquity of an older generation and other newer homes that feature high quality appliances, modern upgrades and wood floors. You won't be disappointed with the sizable yards in Williamstown either. They are broad and spacious with plenty of room for the children, the cat and the dog to explore.

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