Drive north on Route 17 in Bergen County, beyond the bustling shopping corridor of Paramus, and you’ll notice everything grows serene. Welcome to the community of Ho-Ho-Kus, ranked by New Jersey Monthly magazine as the #1 Town in New Jersey in 2011. One of the smallest and oldest communities in Bergen County, Ho-Ho-Kus began its development in the 1700s. Today, the community’s colonial heritage is reflected in its architecture; you’ll find a wealth of designs ranging from Tudors to ranches, split-levels to cottages, and even luxurious mansions. Just over 4,000 residents make up the community of Ho-Ho-Kus, with a recent influx of young couples with children making up the majority of the population. This picture perfect postcard town has a quintessential small-town charm unlike any of the surrounding communities. Just a short commute to New York City, it is easy to understand why so many are turning to Ho-Ho-Kus real estate for their primary homes.