Bay or Ocean 1

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The House: 1007 East Avenue, Mantoloking, New Jersey

The Broker: Diane Turton Realtors

The Agent: Suzanne Van Schoick

Nick Churton of the Diane Turton Realtors’ London office visits a fabulous beachside house on the New Jersey shore.

Bay or ocean? It is a question many buyers along the New Jersey shore in Mantoloking ask themselves. It’s an important choice: in one direction is the restless Atlantic and in the other is an altogether calmer bay view.

For those that have made their decision for the ocean, choosing a suitable house can be a great deal easier. In fact one would really have to look no further than 1007 East Avenue in Mantoloking. Here is a house built for beach side family living.

Constructed in 1995, it has everything most require from a beach house. Above all is the view. Wake up to the sun rising in your bedroom. Enjoy views along the sandy beach in a location where it is uncrowned even in high summer. In autumn or fall and in winter enjoy bracing, ozone soaked walks beside the breakers.

Owning a beach house adds another lifestyle dimension. But some beach houses can be difficult to get to along congested and narrow roads. Not here. Here it is only about 70 miles from Manhattan via the Garden State Parkway and I-95 North. Better still, it is only seven miles from Bay Head station with a fast and frequent rail service to Penn Station in New York City.

Take a look at the photos. The current owners have nailed it. They have made a multi-generational family beach house that is individual and universal at the same time.

Life can be a real beach sometimes.

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