Sea Isle City House Rental Photos and Description
BeachFront home- 4 Bedrooms + 3.5 Baths (Sleeps 8-10)
This Gorgeous Beachfront is just Steps Away from the Life Guarded(in season) Sandy Beach-Spend Your Summer At the Jersey Shore!
Luxury Beachfront sleeps 8-10 • “Upside down” – living area on top floor for unbelievable views, bedrooms “first” floor with same views of beach and Townsends Inlet
Cozy Gas Fireplace
• Kit. Island seats 6- counter height w/wine cooler, beer cooler
• Pull-out Dining table seats 10
• 2 – 8 x 36 furnished decks oceanfront
• Gas Grill on top deck
• Flat panel TV plus 3 other TVs
• Beach & deck chairs provided
• /Wireless Broadband(in season)--phone/fax
• Great mattresses enclosed in vinyl covers for your protection
• Ask about Off-season rental credit toward in-season, try it before the season commitment.
• Avail. Weeklies, Full or Half season, and off season (3 day min)
For the kids: Take the kids to SplashZone in Wildwood, Cape May County Zoo & Wetlands Institute in Stone Harbor
Golf: ShoreGate. at rt 9 and Sea Isle Causway--very nice course. Sand Barrons---several to chose from--but you better like sand. Twisted Dunes 20 mi north basic clubhouse but great links style course.
Scroll down to the Google map--I put the attractions we and the kids/grandkids like.
- Low Allergen Environment
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
Guestbook comments from the owner
Such a lovely home! We had a wonderful tay and thoroughly enjoyed the week despite all the rain. Wish we could have stayed longer...maybe net year!
I know what guests want---I'm a licensed PA Real Estate agent with practice limited to Commercial/Industrial/Retail. Board Member: Delaware Valley Golden Retriever Rescue, Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce and Industry, V Chair Berks County Industrial Development Authority. Golfer (ask me) and a Commercial Pilot. Revitalization Committee Borough of Sinking Spring, Economic Development Task Force.
About thirty years ago, we rented a BayFront townhouse to spend the summer at the shore with our kids, then 10 and 12. It was such a positive experience for the family that we decided to buy THAT townhouse. As the kids grew, their interests went from sailing and skiing to more 'beach time'. We then sold the townhouse and purchased the beachfront home. We chose the area because it was mostly owner occupied with property owners who took a great deal of pride and care of their homes and neighborhood. When the kids graduated college and moved away or got married, we used the home less and less. The area over the past 30 years has not changed much - still mostly owner occupied and now grandchildren. Quiet-not many bars this end of town.
It's all about the view. Completely unobstructed view from EACH 36 ft deck.