The Borough of Shrewsbury is nestled in the north east section of Monmouth County. Shrewsbury consists of approximately 2.3 square miles and is primarily a residential community. Shrewsbury was settled in 1662 as one of the Two Towns of the Navesink. Its Four Corners, consisting of the intersection of Broad Street and Sycamore Avenue is of significant historical importance within Monmouth County.
Shrewsbury is a popular family town offering a great school district, friendly neighborhoods, convenient proximity to shopping centers and recreational activities. Shrewsbury is quiet and residential. Families enjoy living close to the beaches of the Jersey Shore and the downtown shopping area of Red Bank. Don’t forget to check out the Grove. It offers shoppers a great selection of merchandise from stores such as Talbots, Pottery Barn, Chico’s, Victoria’s Secret, Country Curtains, Clarks, The Gap, Platypus, Banana Republic and others. Shrewsbury is a mix of the old and the upscale–it’s a place to call home!
The town of Shrewsbury is home to 3,590 people. There are approximately 1,210 households, and of thosem 46.0% had children under the age of 18 living with them, and 74.6% were married couples living together. The median age is 38 and the median income for a family is $92,719.
The Shrewsbury Borough School District serves public school students ranging from pre-school to 8th grade. The district offers special classes that include physical education, art, music, computers, and foreign language. For high school-level students, public school attendees go to Red Bank Regional High School, which serves students from the boroughs of Little Silver, Red Bank and Shrewsbury. Students also may attend Christian Brothers Academy or Red Bank Catholic High School, the local Catholic schools.
If you have questions about homes in Shrewsbury, please call 732-513-0039 to discuss your preferences.