County Route 519 (New Jersey)

County Route 519 (New Jersey)

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County Route 519 (New Jersey)

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County Route 519 is a county highway in the U.S. state of New Jersey. The highway extends from Daniel Bray Highway (Route 29) in Delaware Township to the New York state line in Wantage Township. It is the state's longest 500-series county route.

Route description

Hunterdon County

CR 519 begins at an intersection with Route 29 in Delaware Township, Hunterdon County, heading north on two-lane, undivided Kingwood-Stockton Road. The road first passes through woods before entering farm fields. The route passes through the residential community of Rosemont before continuing back into agricultural areas. CR 519 enters Kingwood Township and continues through a mix of farmland and woodland, becoming Kingwood Road at the CR 651 intersection. In Kingwood Township, the route comes to a junction with Route 12 in the community of Baptistown, where the road is lined with homes. CR 519 passes through more rural areas with a few housing developments as it continues into Alexandria Township.

Here, the route turns northwest onto Palmyra Road at an intersection with Senator Stout Road/Hog Hollow Road and soon crosses CR 513. CR 519 forms the border between Holland Township to the west and Alexandria Township to the east as turns southwest onto Mount Pleasant Road, with CR 631 continuing north. At this point, the route is fully within Holland Township and continues through agricultural areas before entering Milford. The road makes a turn...
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