June 2022

Found 3 blog entries for June 2022.

 

 

Waterfront home

574 Harbor Rd, Brick, New Jersey 

Looking for an idyllic waterfront property where you can moor your boat and explore the local waterways? This stunning home boasts 96ft of water frontage with a private dock, a boat lift and a channel right off the back. The layout spans 4,530 sq ft with the current owner undertaking an extensive renovation in 2006 and completing a contemporary 1,460 sq ft addition. The home features a den and a formal dining room, as well as an open-layout living area that draws you through to the kitchen.

 

The perfect location for the boating enthusiast, this property is not to be missed! Open House this Sunday from 1-4:00 pm

More details: Idyllic Waterfront Property 

Home on the water

Luxury views

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 Luxury waterfront properties

Waterfront property is often seen as a prestigious and expensive investment. However, there are many benefits to owning waterfront property that go beyond the status symbol. From enjoying stunning views to gaining easy access to recreational activities, investing in waterfront property can provide a number of advantages.

The views from waterfront property are unrivaled

One of the biggest advantages of waterfront property is the unparalleled views. Whether you are looking at a lake, river, or the ocean, there is something special about being able to wake up and see the water every day. In addition to the beauty of the water itself, waterfront property owners also get to enjoy stunning sunrises and sunsets.

You have easy access to recreational

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Mantoloking Bayfront

If you remember the iconic movie "Somethings Got to Give" starring Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson. This local Treasure located at 115 Curtis Point Drive, Mantoloking, NJ has some wonderful features from this classical movie. This home has been featured in Design New Jersey Magazine.

 

Nantucket Home

The owners had wonderful memories of their visits to seaside towns such as Nantucket and Newport, and asked the architectual team to incorporate coastal New England cottage details into the exterior. They also requested to create "a look of" but not copying one element of the Hampton Beach house featured in the movie. The new 7,681-square-foot structure — built to withstand storms with features such as brick and fiber-cement horizontal siding — has

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