Chris Walsh

Leader in the Real Estate Game

Tinton Falls

Tinton Falls was first settled shortly after the 1665 issuance of the Monmouth Patent.  Water power was the key to the early settlement of Tinton Falls, and the backbone of its economic activity for the better part of three centuries.  The village was established early in Monmouth County’s history, and thrived by taking advantage of its distinctive natural features. The Borough acted to safeguard its rich history by creating the Historic Preservation Commission in 1990, so the heritage of the borough can continue to be a source of pride for generations to come. 17,892 people call Tinton Falls “home,” with 8,355 households bordering picturesque horse farms of Colts Neck, the rapidly rising Red Bank, Middletown and other quaint shore towns.