CLINTON, NJ -- After the debut of Part 1 of the premiere episode last week, TAPintoTV airs Part 2 of HomeGrown: Clinton, NJ on Friday, May 17. HomeGrown visits local towns across New Jersey to discover the stories and people that make each community special.
Host Stephanie Willoughby continues speaking with residents and small business owners in Clinton to learn more about this dynamic small town in Hunterdon County. Part 2 features in-depth interviews with Simone Healey and Amy DeVita of Vikki Healey Properties, and JP Hepp and Katherine MacDonnell of Chocodiem.
Willoughby asks Healey and DeVita about living in Clinton for those who may want to relocate. Properties range from small homes and condos which start around $200K and go up to multi-million dollar estates, with most homes in the $450K to $800K range. “We really have something for everybody,” said Healey
Chocodiem, named one of the Top 10 chocolatiers in North America, started in Clinton and they now have two other stores in Pennsylvania. Willoughby chats with Hepp and MacDonnell about the friendly and supportive environment in town--and gets to sample some of their award-winning chocolates.
“Before coming to Clinton, I assumed it was a quiet farm village with beautiful, historic homes,” said Willoughby. “I could never have imagined the rich sense of community, or the way that the locals support one another.”
Stay tuned to TAPintoTV for more episodes of our original series, HomeGrown.