Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Keyport in the Great American Town Tour!!

We call Keyport NJ home. It reminded us of the little southern towns we drove through after we got married. Little Main St, some pretty old homes, couple of diners and bars within walking distance, and just enough white trash to keep it fun. The fact that it's on the Raritan Bay is pretty sweet too.

I walked around a couple weeks ago and took some photos of some of my favorite houses in town.

And a few shots of the bay.

Thanks for stopping by! Check out Huckleberry Prairie for more town tours.


  1. The houses in Keyport are beautiful! They have so much charm and character! I especially love the one with all of the patriotic decorations. I love all of the boats out on the bay, too... Keyport seems like a great all-American town; I love it. Thanks for joining in the town tour party!! I'm glad we had a chance to tour the Northeast! :)

  2. I have never been to this part of the country. This is a delightful looking town. The bay shots are very pretty.

  3. Love your quaint little town. Those homes just make my heart go pitter-patter. Every one of them so full of personality and story.
    The bay is lovely too...thank you for showing us around your little part of the USA!
    Happy 4th~
    All Things Heart and Home

  4. Beautiful homes...and water!! Oh, how I'd love to live in a quaint town on the water!! I'm green with envy!
    ~angela @ peonypatch

  5. I never get tired of seeing old homes. Nice photos of the bay too. It looks so peaceful.

  6. I use to live in Medford and Mt Laurel. The homes in your town are so pretty. Great part of the country to live.

  7. What beautiful homes, and such a gorgeous setting. I could sit and look at that water all day. Thanks for the tour. Kathy

  8. Just found your blog and really love it---what great photos of the historic homes!! NJ is one of the prettiest places I have ever visited! Thanks for sharing.

  9. Fun. We lives in NJ many years ago. We lived down near Princeton.

  10. Hi there,
    I attended Keyport High School but live in Toronto now. The house in the first photo is my absolute favorite! I've always been curious of it but have never found any history on it. I toured it some years ago when I was younger but the couple who owned didn't know much about it. Do you know any history of the house?