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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Beautiful & Spacious Summer Rental
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
The COST of a Home: Last Year….This Year &….. Next Year…
The cost of a home is determined mainly by two components: price and mortgage rate. Today, we want to show how the monthly cost of purchasing a median priced home has changed over the last twelve months and how it might change over the next twelve months. For the first two examples, we will be using the National Association of Realtors’(NAR) Existing Home Sales Report to establish median price and Freddie Mac’s Primary Mortgage Market Survey to establish mortgage rate. We also assumed a 20% down payment in all examples.
5 S. Suffolk Avenue, Ventnor NJ 08406
It is the combination of charm, grace & architectural details of this south side St. Leonard’s Tract home that truly make it a one of a kind masterpiece. Being Sold fully furnished, this 6 BR 4.5 BA estate w/ it’s classic center stair design features hardwood floors, gourmet eat in kitchen, separate dining room, large sun room, 2 fireplaces & master suite w/a huge deck w/ocean views. The grounds include flagstone walk ways, enchanting English gardens with patio, 2 car garage and parking for 4 more cars.
Exceptional St Leonard’s Tract Beach Block Estate
An elegant tree-line street provides the backdrop for this stately St Leonard’s Tract beach block estate. Built in 1924 and restored in 2003, the four-level, 7BD and 4.5 BA masterpiece embodies the dream of the most particular homeowner. Appointments include solid-oak flooring, extensive millwork, and endless designer touches. Other principal rooms include chef kitchen with breakfast room, master suit with spa bath, mulit-deck with ocean views and a two story carriage house. 1000 sq ft of separate office space.
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.