Chris Walsh

Leader in the Real Estate Game

Shrewsbury Boro

A borough bordering Eatontown, Tinton Falls, Little Silver, Oceanport and Red Bank, Shrewsbury Boro is home to 3,809 residents and rising.  It is home to Monmouth County’s most historic acre, Four Corners, at the intersection of Broad Street and Sycamore Avenue.  The structures include Christ Church (1702), the Presbyterian Church (1735), Quaker Meeting House (1672), and the Allen House (late 1600s).  Residents enjoy the close proximity to a buzzing downtown Red Bank, the Navesink River, New York City commuter access and famed ocean beaches of the Jersey Shore.