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7207 Ventnor Avenue, Ventnor
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302 N. Mansfield Avenue, Margate
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8602 Ventnor Avenue, Margate
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Open Houses This Weekend
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4 Real Estate Lessons From Old-School Board Games
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“Puppy Bowl” always a win for animal shelters
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Marven Gardens Happy 90th Birthday!
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Condos for Sale in Margate, Ventnor, Longport and, Atlantic City, NJ
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For Sale Grand St. Leonard’s Tract Home, Ventnor, NJ by Mark Arbeit
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Open Houses in Margate, NJ by MARK ARBEIT AND CO.

7207 Ventnor Avenue, Ventnor

Old world architectural finishes have been preserved and restored through out establishing this classic Ventnor shore home as an iconic landmark on this island. You will fall in love with this enchanting unique home positioned on an expansive corner lot. The welcoming first floor is light and bright with ample room for entertaining. The spacious living area includes beautiful hardwood floors, crown molding, built-ins, a brick fireplace, and a charming adjoining sunroom with stained glass windows. Off the living area is a bright and airy formal dining room. Adjacent to the dining room is a great eat-in kitchen with a large pantry and an adorable breakfast nook.
Upstairs you will find two enormous bedrooms, which share a jack and jill bathroom. Additionally there is a beautiful full hall bathroom and another large bedroom. The huge third floor is being used as a “kids getaway” complete with four beds and a sitting area. Outdoor living is equally as special with endless divine features. There is a detached garage that was turned into an extra living space with a bar! The massive fenced backyard boasts plenty of seating space and a fire pit. The side yards offer additional space and another patio and garden on the side of the house. Finally there is a paved one-car driveway! Only 1.5 blocks from the beach, this is a must-see home!
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302 N. Mansfield Avenue, Margate

Take a tour of 302 N. Mansfield Avenue, Margate 

Renowned architect and builder Robert Kiejdan delivers another stunning 2,500 square foot NEW CONSTRUCTION masterpiece in Margate’s prestigious Parkway Section. This 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath home spans three stories.

The first floor highlights include a covered front porch, state-of-the-art eat-in kitchen, separate dining area and spacious great room with a beautiful stone fireplace. The first floor is perfect for family gatherings with its bright open layout.

The second floor features a large master bedroom suite with walk-in closet and spa bath, two additional bedrooms, a hall bath, laundry room, and another large covered porch.

The third floor is perfect for family, guests, or kids, with a fourth bedroom featuring single bed built-ins, two closets, another full bathroom and a bonus room or 5th bedroom.

Built on a 41.6′ x 80′ lot it provides space for a backyard, great outdoor storage shed, and the driveway can fit up to 4 cars. Just a few blocks to the beach, this is the perfect summer or year-round home! This architectural design is copyrighted by Kiejdan Architects and has never been built in Margate before.

For more information on this property click here!

8602 Ventnor Avenue, Margate

With its beautifully landscaped front yard, this Parkway South Side home is a showstopper on the Parkway of Margate!
The custom brick walkway leads you into this immaculate 4 bedroom 3 bath Cape Cod home. Adjacent to the front sitting room there is a massive formal dining room with beautiful hardwood floors and lots of windows, perfect for entertaining even the largest groups. From there you pass through an elegant tiled living room boasting a custom wall of bookshelves, and double doors to your secluded, back brick patio. Step into your custom eat-in kitchen boasting a large center island, new stainless steel appliances, and wall to wall custom glass door cabinetry. The spacious master bedroom suite is simply perfection with its stunning private spa bath. There is also a huge adjacent den/office connected to the master suite, which can easily be used as a large second bedroom. Completing the 1st floor, there is a powder room, an oversized pass through pantry, and laundry room with tons of closet space. The 2nd floor boasts two more large bedrooms, an open sitting area, loads of storage and a beautifully renovated full bath.

 

The exterior features include a massive two car garage, expansive awning covered porch facing Margate’s Parkway, a fenced patio with an
electronic awning, and privacy hedges that create an oasis perfect for entertaining. There’s even a second floor balcony with stunning ocean views!

 

Live luxuriously in this stunning Parkway home! For more information, click here.

Open Houses This Weekend

Check out our Open Houses this weekend throughout Margate and Ventnor!

9409 WINCHESTER AVENUE, UNIT B, MARGATE, NJ

9409 Winchester copy

Saturday, Sept. 10  •  11 AM – 1 PM

4 BR / 3.5 BA  •  $635,000

Over 3,100 square feet of living space

6 S. LAFAYETTE AVENUE, VENTNOR, NJ

Ventnor Shore Home

Saturday, September 10  •  11 AM – 1 PM

4 BR / 2.5 BA  •  $585,000

Totally renovated, 1.5 blocks to beach & boards


6 S. FREDERICKSBURG AVENUE, MARGATE, NJ

Margate Shore Home with Porch

Saturday, Sept. 10  •  11 AM – 1 PM

3 BR / 1.5 BA  •  $550,000

1 block to beach


274 E GREAT CREEK ROAD, GALLOWAY TWP, NJ

Galloway Home with Pool Saturday, Sept. 10 • 11 AM – 1 PM

4 BR / 1 BA  •  $199,000

Enormous fenced yard with in ground pool


5117 WINCHESTER AVENUE, VENTNOR, NJ

Water Front Home in Ventnor

Sunday, Sept. 11  •  11 AM – 1 PM

3 BR / 2.5 BA  •  $585,000

Panoramic water views

 


38 N. FRONTENAC AVENUE, MARGATE, NJ

New Construction Home Jersey Shore

Saturday, Sept. 11  •  11 AM – 1 PM

5 BR / 4 BA  •  $865,000

New construction, 3.5 blocks to beach

 


8802 AMHERST AVENUE, MARGATE, NJ

Parkway Home Margate

Sunday, Sept. 11  •  11 AM – 1 PM

5 BR / 3 BA  •  $699,000

Totally renovated Parkway home

4 Real Estate Lessons From Old-School Board Games

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The real estate game is all about taking risks and trying not to run into trouble.

Playing old board games with friends is a fun way to spend a Saturday night. The drinks are flowing, the snacks are as plentiful as the laughs, and the spirit of competition keeps everyone a little livelier than usual.

During one wildly successful board game night, we had an epiphany — some of the skills we use when playing could be applied to a search for a home for sale. Get out your egg timers and your velvet satchels full of wooden letter tiles, because we’re about to lay some gaming knowledge on you.

1. Have a strategy (and allies)

The real world isn’t always candy-themed. Unless you’re playing a game where you rely on the luck of the dice to move you along, you’re going to need a strategy. Are you coming in hot and trying to build an early lead? Or are you lying a little low, waiting to see how the game unfolds, and then striking at precisely the right moment? The exact same thing applies to house hunting.

Bold and aggressive? Buy low on a fixer-upper and make something amazing out of it. More conservative? Prepare for the long haul to find the right match that you’re willing to pay a premium on. Get your strategy straight with the help of an ally in the form of a real estate agent — a third party who’s not directly playing the game but is there when you need guidance. Check those boxes, and you’re on the way to winning this thing.Dice-Roll

2. Sometimes you need a little luck

Sometimes in the real estate world, you can do everything right but still find yourself on the house hunt six months later. The truth is, finding a home often requires luck. And there’s not much you can do to encourage the luck factor except hope to get lucky. In board games, it’s a dice roll or the spin of a plastic wheel. In house hunting, it might be that the offer ahead of yours falls through or you just happen to get your offer in five minutes before someone else. One of the tenets of Stoic philosophy is to try to control only what you can control, and it’s a perfect match for house hunting. Do your best but don’t stress about what’s out of your control. It won’t help you and it will only make you anxious.

3. Don’t make emotional decisions

We’ve all been there. You don’t have the cards, the dice have been coming up snake eyes, and your pink plastic dude is so many spaces behind. This is not the time to dwell on those feelings. Swallow the despair and double down on the comeback run that you have in you.

House hunting is no different. You’re going to lose a house that you put an offer on. Maybe several of them. And sometimes, you’ll lose a bidding war on a home you’d already started dreaming about moving into. Don’t get frustrated and settle for something you don’t want or a place with serious red flags. This is going to be one of the largest purchases you ever make in your life. Breathe deep and make these decisions with your head on straight and your eyes wide open.

monopoly-pieces-500x2734. Be in it to win it

In a board game, it’s easy to get caught up in the superdope-looking board or choosing between the silver top hat or the silver Scottie dog. Those are just distractions. You’re a coldhearted winner; you’re not here to make friends (although, ironically, you’re probably playing those old board games with your friends). You’re in this thing for one reason and one reason only: to crush the competition. Don’t forget that when house hunting either. It’s fun to look at places and check out the market, but don’t get caught up in seeing every Southwestern ranch-style home in the city when what you really need is your home.

Go forth and use these lessons like trump cards on your way to your dream house. Just don’t forget to consider a board game closet.

 

Article Re-posted from Trulia.com

“Puppy Bowl” always a win for animal shelters

There will be a winner and a loser every Super Bowl Sunday. But at the “Puppy Bowl,” it’s always a win for animal shelters.

The show provides national exposure to the shelters across the country that provide the puppy athletes and the kittens that star in the halftime show, and introduces viewers to the different breeds and animals that need homes, animal workers say. Many shelters see bumps in visits from viewers who are inspired to adopt a pet.

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Marven Gardens Happy 90th Birthday!

Marvelous Marven Gardens Happy 90th Birthday!

Marvelous Marven Gardens is a neighborhood neatly tucked in between the beginning of Margate City and the south end of Ventnor, Marven Gardens is a one of a kind community that has attracted the attention and admiration of many people ranging from Hollywood filmmakers to Charles Darrow, the inventor of Monopoly, to the residents who have called it home for the last 90 years.

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Condos for Sale in Margate, Ventnor, Longport and, Atlantic City, NJ

For Sale Grand St. Leonard’s Tract Home, Ventnor, NJ by Mark Arbeit

Just 7 HOUSES TO THE BEACH and situated on a 50 x 125 lot few houses offer the kind of grandeur and potential of this stately 3 story St. Leonard’s Tract home.

The 1st floor features a wrap around enclosed sun room, an expansive living room with fireplace and coffered ceiling, spacious formal dining room and large eat in kitchen with butler’s pantry.

There are 6 bedrooms and 3.5 baths and many bonus rooms. The rooms are all large and there are original hardwood floors through out the house. Full finished basement, detached 2 car garage and parking for 4+cars.

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