Located a block and a half from Deal Lake and a short bike ride to the beach, this fully renovated house offers a comfortable and affordable summer getaway to the most vibrant shore town in New Jersey. Renovated from the sidewalks to the ceilings, this house has charm, character, and comfort. Best deal in town from an owner who will do everything possible for you to enjoy your stay.
Among the amenities are a great patio for grilling, an inviting porch for afternoon sunsets and margaritas, a closed-off and professionally landscaped yard, and two flatscreens that you shouldn't watch (because there's too much fun stuff you should be doing).
Start your mornings by walking a block and a half to Sunset Landing and having a great breakfast on the deck overlooking Deal Lake. Then bike to the beach (one of the highest-rated beaches in all of New Jersey!) for a day in the sun and ocean. Take a walk on the boardwalk and make a dinner reservation at Langosta Lounge for a meal you'll remember all winter long. Stop long enough in front of the Stone Pony to feel its history and see which bands are on the marquis. And then walk into Ocean Grove, a town about as different from Asbury Park as possible but equally interesting in its quaintness, charm, and architecture. Head back to your spot in the sand for an afternoon nap. Before wrapping up your beach day, stop into the Beach Bar for some people-watching, or head back for margaritas on the porch. After dinner, head to Cookman Ave for the cool shops and bars (don't miss Johnny Mac's!).
Where else can you find a shore town with great history, great music, and great food? Only in Asbury Park. Come see for yourself.
NOTE ON AVAILABILITY: Available for discounted off-season rates from December 1 - May 1!
Got married three years ago to the love of my life and left the house of my life for her! A great deal of sweat equity (and $$!) went into making this a house I was very proud of. Now it's available for your enjoyment.
Bob Mc Caig purchased this house in 2006
The beach, the food, the music, the diversity--a shore town that is alive.
Great patio for grilling, inviting porch for afternoon sunsets and margaritas, a closed-off and professionally landscaped yard, a block and a half from the lake and a great porch breakfast at Sunset Landing, and two televisions that you shouldn't watch (because there's too much fun stuff you should be doing in Asbury). A bike ride to the beach, the shops, bars (don't miss Johnny Mac's!), and restaurants (Brick Wall is still the best) on Cookman, and ice cream (has to be Nagle's) across the wooden bridge in equally interesting (but in a much different way!) Ocean Grove.