Located on the sunny side of the street, one block from the beach, this beautiful home is the perfect summer getaway or year round residence. With three floors of living space, five bedrooms and three and a half baths, there’s enough room for the entire family. The open floor plan includes a bright large living area with a fireplace, which flows into the spacious kitchen. The kitchen features granite countertops, beautiful wooden cabinets, and updated appliances. Off the kitchen is a fabulous sunroom, which opens up to a brand new raised back deck. Adjacent to the kitchen is a large dining room and stunning hall bathroom. On the second floor there are four sizable bedrooms and two beautifully tiled full baths. The master suite is massive and features two closets, a sitting area, and one of the two gorgeous bathrooms. An added bonus includes the finished basement/ in-law suite. Downstairs there is a laundry room, living room, bedroom, and newly renovated kitchen and bathroom. Additionally there are inside/outside entrances to the downstairs living area. Close to the beach and all the action, this terrific home is perfect for big families.
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HAVE YOU HEARD?!
NOW, VENTNOR HOMES CAN BE RENOVATED EVERY YEAR!
GOODBYE, IMPROVEMENT LIMITATIONS
Until recently, there was a severe limit to the amount of improvement possible for homes situated below the required elevation. In the past, such homes could only be improved 40% of their market or assessed value every 10 years.
Here’s a hypothetical example:
Let’s say John Doe owns a home in Ventnor that does not meet the required elevation. He wants to renovate his kitchen and bathrooms. His home is assessed at $450,000.
In the past, Mr. Doe could spend no more than $180,000 (40% of his home’s value) on renovations every 10 years. This put our hypothetical homeowner in a pickle – if he renovated his kitchen, he would have to press pause on the bathroom project until 2027. If he wanted to tackle both projects in this decade, he would have to tear down his entire home and build a new construction.
HELLO, ORDINANCE AMENDMENT
Effective October of 2016, The Board of Commissioners AMENDED the previous ordinance. Now, Ventnor homes can be improved 50% of the market or assessed value EVERY YEAR!
Now, homeowners can take on major renovation projects without tearing down their residence.
Now, your Ventnor home is worth more!
And now, John Doe can renovate his kitchen AND his bathroom – no tear down necessary!
The Mark Arbeit And Co team thanks Mayor Holtzman, Commissioner Landgraf and Commissioner Kriebel for helping preserve our beautiful Ventnor homes!
To view the official amended ordinance, Click Here.
Want to find out what your home is worth? Call Mark Today!
Check out our Open Houses this weekend throughout Margate and Ventnor!
2 S. CLERMONT AVENUE, UNIT 8, MARGATE, NJ
Saturday, July 30 • 11 AM – 1 PM
4 BR / 3.5 BA • $795,000
38 N. FRONTENAC AVENUE, MARGATE, NJ
Saturday, July 30 • 11 AM – 1 PM
5 BR / 4 BA • $865,000
Beautiful new construction, 3 blocks to beach
6 S. LAFAYETTE AVENUE, VENTNOR, NJ
4 BR / 2.5 BA • $635,000
Totally renovated, 1.5 blocks to beach & boards
2 N. RICHARDS AVENUE, VENTNOR, NJ
& Sunday, July 31 • 11 AM – 1 PM
3 BR / 2 BA • $295,000
100 S. DUDLEY AVENUE, VENTNOR, NJ
4 BR / 4.5 BA • $1,325,000
St. Leonard’s Tract beach block home
Lets jump start the summer, for over a decade, the Atlantic City Airshow has been a tradition in Atlantic City, and the 2013 Airshow is getting ready for takeoff on Wednesday, June 26, 2013. Show organizers in Atlantic City are working to pack this year’s show with amazing stunts and breathtaking aeronautic maneuvers by a host of exciting commercial acts.
The Airshow will be the centerpiece of week-long “sand, sea and air” activities that will kick off the summer season with many free events along the Boardwalk. Free beaches, combined with great hotel deals and packages, are all designed to make this the perfect time to start off the summer.
The Shirley Mae & Mother’s Day always make for a great weekend and for the last nine years, the Shirley Mae Run and Walk has been a staple event on Mother’s Day weekend. The event has attracted thousands of participants to the boardwalk.
This year, a new element has emerged. The Michael J. Walk, named after Michael J. Neustadter, who succumbed for pancreatic cancer earlier this year. Neustadter was the brother-in-law of Roy Goldberg, who established the walk.
Its that time of year the holidays are coming up FAST. Make the most of your budget for new fall clothes for the family by hitting your nearest outlet mall armed with your list. To get the most from your Outlet Mall, here are tips and tricks to outlet shopping!
Start your trip online first. Go to the mall’s website and look for email newsletters and VIP Clubs, or other “members only” options you can join. For example, The Walk in Atlantic City has a
Regardless of whether Hurricane Sandy uprooted a tree or flooded your basement, sifting through your damaged belongings can be overwhelming. While it may be tempting to throw out damaged things right away, it’s important to capture the state of your home if you plan to file an insurance claim. Once it’s deemed safe to return, heed these simple reminders to make sure you accurately assess the damage before beginning the rebuilding process.
WE ARE COMING BACK…..BETTER THEN EVER…
Margate, Ventnor, Longport & Atlantic City, Digging Out from Hurricane Sandy.
We are moving fast on the big dig out!
One week after Hurricane Sandy hit, Absecon Island’s Downbeach communities are in full swing to remove sand from the streets as well as piles of storm-ravaged furniture and household items being placed on the curb by residents.
The Atlantic City Marathon is the 3rd oldest marathon in the US. and now moving or should I say running into its 54rd year.
The AC Marathon is “The First Festival of Running” and prides itself on offering a distance for everyone; with a Full Marathon, Half Marathon, 10 K and 5 K (perfect for training runs), non-competitive Health Walk and Kid’s Fun Run, so the whole family can participate. Race day begins at 8 a.m.
It’s a well kept secret that the AC Marathon is one of the top U.S. marathons for runners that are looking for a fun, small to mid-sized race. This race is a Boston Marathon qualifier and is USA Track and Field Certified. It can be a very fast if the Atlantic City weather-especially the wind-participates. In addition, it can serve as a great training run for those runners training for the ING-NYC, Marine Corps or Chicago marathons (or if you have been shut out of Philly!).