Hopewell is Talking About Tony Rosica
We can't say enough about Tony. We have no doubt that our purchase wouldn't have happened without his expertise and patience. He has a deep knowledge of the market, valuable professional experience, and the rock solid personality to successfully navigate any obstacles. He is one of the most trustworthy people we know - we wouldn't work with anyone else and highly recommend Tony to our friends and family!
Jason and Shari Oosting
Tony took us thru every house we thought we might be interested in.He pointed out things we may not have noticed and explained things that were foreign to us. He spent so much time with us that our kids miss him now that we are settled into our new home.
Jane and Sean O’Brien
We were making a big move—New Jersey to Florida. My husband was in Florida already, and the responsibility of marketing our home fell on me. We had decided to try to sell the house ourselves, and I was besieged by realtors looking for the listing. On the recommendation of a friend, I called Tony, just for an informational meeting. Unlike others who had pressured me for a listing, Tony gave me some pointers on selling the house on my own! After two more weeks, the house still did not sell, and guess who got the listing? Tony did, solely because he was willing to give me some advice when there was, potentially, nothing in it for him.
Kim and Jay Avelino
“Tony is a rare find in the real estate industry…. He clearly understands the dynamics of the market and is a proven problem solver. I highly recommend him.”
John and Ann Greenbaun, home owner and real estate appraiser.
Hopewell [†] is an incorporated township located in northwest Mercer County, north of the city of Trenton, which is both the county seat and New Jersey state capital. The township is bordered on its northern edge by the townships of East and West Amwell, both in Hunterdon County. To the east, Hopewell is bounded by the township of Montgomery in Somerset County, and the Mercer County townships of Princeton and Lawrence. To the south, Hopewell is bordered by the Mercer County township of Ewing. The Delaware River forms the township’s western boundary, which is also the state’s western boundary with Pennsylvania. Within the township itself are two separate municipalities, the boroughs of Pennington and Hopewell.
Following the ouster of the Dutch by the English, British colonists began to settle the area that would become Hopewell in the 1680s, with the township being formally established by the colonial legislature in 1699–1700. At that time, Hopewell included large parts of what is now Ewing Township and Trenton. For settlers to the Hopewell Valley, the virtual absence of a hostile native population, combined with the rich agricultural land, encouraged a settlement pattern of relatively isolated farmsteads interspersed with small rural hamlets that supplied goods and services. Both the boroughs of Hopewell and Pennington started out as such crossroads communities. Other Hopewell settlements, such as Titusville, Mt. Rose, and Marshalls Corner retain this character today.
† Environmental Resource Inventory for the Township of Hopewell, 2020, www.dvrpc.org, accessed October, 2020.
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