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PLEASE DO NOT USE THE DRIVEWAY FOR #300! WE HAVE A SMALL BRIGHT BLUE MAILBOX.
Morganville is part of the Township of Marlboro in Monmouth County. If you search for us on Mapquest or GPS you will want to use "Morganville" or the ZIP code 07751
Exit at 118 (Formerly known as 117A). Take Lloyd Road headed west. At the intersection of Route 34 make a left onto Route 34 South. There will be a Shoprite on your left. Go to the second traffic light. This is Reids Hill Road. Make a right onto Reids Hill Road and go to first stop sign. This is Pleasant Valley Road. Make a right onto Pleasant Valley Road. Pleasant Valley Lavender is ahead less than 1/4 mile on the left. We have a blue mailbox. Proceed up the drive. You may park on the drive or the lawn.
Take GSP North to exit 109. Head west on Route 520 for about 7.5 miles. After you cross over Route 34 you proceed to next traffic light which is at Conover Road. Make a right onto Conover Road and travel 1.2 miles. You will come to a 4 corner intersection. There is an old green farmhouse on your left. At this intersection make a right onto Pleasant Valley Road. We are just over 1 mile ahead on the right.
Take Route 34 heading North to Route 520/Newman Springs Road. Make a left onto Route 520. Go to the first light which is Conover Road. Make a right onto Conover Road. Travel 1.2 miles. You will come to a 4 corner intersection. There is an old red barn at this intersection. At this intersection make a right onto Pleasant Valley Road. We are just over 1 mile ahead on the right.
Pleasant Valley Road is just off Route 79 between Wyncrest Road and Conover Road. Pleasant Valley Road is closer to Wyncrest than to Conover. Once you have turned onto Pleasant Valley Road from Route 79 travel about one mile to stop sign at Conover Road. Continue across Conover Road and we are just over one mile ahead on right.
Please do not drive up the driveway of #300 Pleasant Valley Rd. We are #288. We have a small bright blue mailbox.
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