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.
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St. Leonard’s Tract is more than a group of streets in Ventnor named for English dukes; the section is an early example of a planned community with a homeowner’s association. Although the St. Leonard’s Land Company incorporated in 1896, the St. Leonard’s Association (SLA) was founded in 1921. Its restrictions provided that living quarters for servants could be built over garages, no building could be used as a slaughterhouse or piggery and its lands could not contain buildings used as institutions, including any “establishment for mental defectives
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.
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.
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.
Much is said about Christmas being turned into a mess of commercialism and thing- hoarding. But hot on its heels is New Year’s Eve. Hollywood and everyone else has made a mini-industry of propagating the notion that Dec. 31 is a magical night full of expectation and promise (Thank you “When Harry Met Sally”). A night when anything can happen. A night when love blossoms unexpectedly, when your problems evaporate, when a ball in Times Square drops and your life changes in an instant. (Remember “Poseidon Adventure”)
January 1 provides us with a proverbial blank slate, but it often brings an accompanying sense of dread. It’s time for New Year’s resolutions, but instead of dealing with yet another diet or expensive gym membership, bring your resolutions home this year. Committing to improving your house (and we’re not just talking about de-cluttering) could drastically improve your quality of life
We want to know: What New Year’s resolutions are you making for your home?
Maybe you just want to enjoy your home more and feel truly happy in it. That could mean finally choosing a new color for the living room.