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.
With seven bedrooms, Bill and Teressa Moore Griffin said their Ventnor home would make two types of people especially happy — a couple who loves having company come over or a family with grandparents and children.
SOMERS POINT — Shane Falls and his wife wake up every morning and look out their bedroom window and cannot believe they own their home. “The view is a million dollar view,” Falls said of his home, which overlooks the bay, offering glimpses of both Atlantic City and Ocean City. Falls’ home wa…
MAYS LANDING — Gail Rivell wants a family to relax and unwind by sitting on the back deck of her house and watch nature and the Great Egg Harbor River after a hard day’s work day.
Elaine Valentino really enjoyed her neighbors.
SOMERS POINT — Marge Mahoney still loves her four-bedroom, three-full bathroom house at 103 Bay Avenue even though she has it up for sale.
MARGATE - For those who want to be the first owners of a brand new home, this property at 20 S. Douglas Avenuew is the perfect starter.
MARGATE — As soon as a family buys the house for sale at 8308 Atlantic Avenue, it can begin planning parties for next summer.
The beach isn’t for everyone.
MARGATE — Nicole Stamps, designer and builder of the three-story, six-bedroom house at 364 N. Rumson Ave., conceived the home as if she resided there herself.
MARGATE — Todd Gottlieb loves to entertain a crowd and he has the house to do it.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Celebrating the birthdays of their two girls with summer backyard pool parties is one of the fondest memories Kevin and Melissa Wahl have of their four-bedroom house at 107 St. Andrews Drive.
OCEAN CITY — If you step into the townhouse 508 7th St., it brings back memories of when large families would come together and rent a big home for the week at the shore.
If you were to walk into Susan Allen’s home, she would most likely offer you some raspberries.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Tom and Roberta Dougherty would like to give another family an opportunity to raise their children on the Great Egg Harbor River just like they did in their Danenhauer Lane home in Mays Landing.
LONGPORT — Peter Romano, of Somers Point, built the single-family home at 2606 Oberon Ave. here to tantalize as many different types of people as possible.
Whether your in-laws plan on moving in, your friends from out-of-town plan to visit, or you just need space for the kid(s), this property has the perfect space needed.
Keith Strenger remembers when he and his brother would turn their Margate City home into a haunted house for neighborhood kids for Halloween.
Mitchell and Angela Perger remember having a reggae band perform on their back deck when they hosted their house warming party.
MARGATE — Less than two blocks from the ocean and just a short walk to the city’s downtown marina district where an array of popular bars and restaurants await, this unique three-property parcel on Washington Avenue now for sale will appeal to a number of potential buyers.
It could be the volleyball court in the backyard, the chef’s kitchen beside the pool, or the indoor home theater: but whatever it is, the property seems fit for a family (and a fairly large one, at that.)
The home at 7506 Bayshore Drive in Margate is listed for $799,000. Contact Ashley Franchini of Soleil Sotherby’s International Realty at 609-233-6116.