A homeowner looking for a bayfront condo that overlooks the North Marina in Somers Point can purchase a six-room unit inside Harbour Cove North.
Robert Tabas’ father, the late Daniel Tabas, wanted his whole family around him — 6 children and 22 grandchildren — as often as possible.
Bill Kautter spent his first three years owning the house at 20 Circle Drive in Margate modernizing its interior while trying to preserve the home’s original integrity as a one-of-a-kind Mediterranean villa.
Pablo Lorenzo bought the eight-room house at 310 Island Lane in Egg Harbor Township because he liked it, but he needed to do some work on the residence to customize it to his family.
A family that wants to sit back, relax in the backyard and watch nature on the Great Egg Harbor River will want to check out the seven-room house for sale at 1059 Somers Point Road in Egg Harbor Township.
Shellie and Ben Brooks, who have been married for 14 years, do not agree on their favorite room inside their four-bedroom, three-full bath house at 2819 Musket Lane in the Sweetwater Haven section of Mullica Township.
Fran Goldstein loves every room in her mother’s eight-room condominium at 24 Catalina Drive in Linwood so much that she cannot pick a favorite.
A person looking for a new home who appreciates both quality craftsmanship and gorgeous bay views could consider buying the 14-room, single-family home for sale at 3203 Sunset Ave. in Longport.
Bonnie Nikituk likes nothing more than to stay in her elevated bed in her third-floor master bedroom and watch the sun rise over her oceanfront, 11-room home at 1207 E. Brigantine Ave. in Brigantine.
People looking to run a business out of the first floor of their home or who love to entertain would receive the most enjoyment out of owning the house available at 700-708 N. Ohio Ave. in Atlantic City.
Lori McCloskey loves her home at 4 Otter Lane in Egg Harbor Township as much as she does living on a lakefront in the Beaver Lakes Community.
ATLANTIC CITY — Ludmila Savitsky’s bayfront property is the ideal home for anyone who loves being near the water, plus all the fine dining and entertainment the city has to offer.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — The heart of Janet Del Borrello’s corner-lot home is her kitchen, where she hosted her mother’s 90th birthday four years ago surrounded by family members.
Lew Vinci sees his single-family, four-bedroom, 3½-bath home on Maple Terrace in Buena Vista Township as offering the best of both worlds.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Steve Callender has spent 22 years with his wife and children in his township home creating memories.
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.