Tewksbury Township is a township in Hunterdon County, NJ. Tewksbury was incorporated as one of New Jersey's initial 104 townships in 1798. The township includes the sections of Oldwick, Mountainville, Cokesbury and Pottersville. The enclave of Oldwick, with a mixture of Victorian, Federal, New England and Georgian style homes is protected by historic legislation.
The Tewksbury Township Schools is a public school district, which serves students in kindergarten through eighth grade, students in grades 9 through 12 attend Voorhees High School in Lebanon Township.
Tewksbury is ideally located near many central New Jersey business campuses and are close to a network of roadways including Interstates 287 and 78, and Routes 202 and 206. New York City-bound commuters can take a NJ Transit train located about five minutes away at the Far Hills station, while Lakeland Bus provides service to the Port Authority in midtown Manhattan.
The area features many dwellings that have landmark status and are listed on the National and New Jersey. Luxury new homes and equestrian estates are also typical of Tewksbury Real Estate.