When Arthur Nahas was looking for a home, it made perfect sense to choose one on Absecon Island, because even though he was born in Philadelphia, he grew up in Margate near the ocean.
Emily Guarriello, of Absecon, said people who love nature and who seek to achieve a degree of wellness through exercise will appreciate the home she has for sale at 512 Lazy Lane.
By the look of the exterior you would think you’re living in a home at the Poconos. When in reality you’re just a few minutes from the beach.
The last development in Port Republic is up for sale to a single developer or homeowners who want to build their dream home in the historic city.
Mike and Jean Collins were technically Pennsylvania residents, but for the last 14 years, they spent their weekends at their Somers Point retreat, enjoying the “four Bs”-the beach, bike path, boats and bars.
As Alan Silverstein spent his childhood in Pennsylvania, he dreamed of one day owning a home at the Jersey Shore.
VENTNOR — Daniel Murphy, of Pennsylvania, loves the beach and 1.7-mile boardwalk here almost as much as the house that he purchased on S. Austin Avenue 27 years ago.
Roger Graziano moved from Linwood with his wife, Maureen, to their Somers Point condominium in 2003 after their two sons went to college.
Yale Steingard remembers sitting at his father’s home and watching the boats roll by before heading into Seaview Harbor Marina.
Rabbi Abraham Fuchs cannot think of a better place to live in South Jersey than Margate.
ABSECON — Jerry Arsenis was born and raised in Atlantic City and didn’t leave the island until he bought his Absecon home in 2002.
Jeff Brown and his wife, Tracy Brown, love living on S. Pelham Avenue in Longport so much that during the course of their almost 25 years together, they brought two homes on the same street.
LONGPORT — Kathleen Rode grew up on Yarmouth Avenue playing baseball in the street and enjoying barbecues with neighbors.
Nick Constantino hopes the 11-room, 2,800-square-foot home under construction at 7 S. 35th Ave. in Longport fulfills the dreams of an eager-to-move-in family.
MARGATE — Anthony Imperial enjoys any chance he gets to step outside on his deck and look out on his unobstructed view of the bay.
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Cathy Rupurt, the owner of the duplex at 16 N. Jefferson Ave., Margate, loves the versatility of her house overall as much as she likes her favorite room in the home, the open format kitchen, dining and living room.
Harold Zimmerman and his wife Judy spent their summers out on their boat, sailing the Mullica River and Atlantic Ocean.
EGG HARBOR CITY — Anyone who wants a newly constructed four-bedroom home that they can custom design and move into next year can look at the houses planned for the Cedar Creek Estates development.
If you stroll around Huntington Avenue in Margate City, you’re likely to see the ocean, pass the Public Library, a small compact downtown shopping area and the Martin Bloom Community Pavilion.
Emilio Ferrante sees his house at 102 S. Franklin Ave. in Margate as a great place for three generations of a family to live under one roof.
Jeff Postal and his wife Mindy spend most mornings riding down to the Ventnor Boardwalk and heading toward Atlantic City.