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901 & 907 East Avenue, Mantoloking
One-of-a-kind opportunity! Approximately 157 feet of ocean frontage on East Avenue in Mantoloking, near the Bay Head border. Per the tax records, the property is well over an acre in size. Only a short walk or bike ride into Bay Head and to the rest of Mantoloking. Protected by a rock revetment and Mantoloking's newly replenished beaches. The existing Normandy style house (resembling a small French chateau) was built in 1925. It was designed by Arthur Dillon (1870-1937), a well known NYC architect. Please do not walk the property unaccompanied, and please do not enter the house. Property is sold as is in all respects, with no representations made by the sellers. 901 and 907 East Avenue (Block 1, Lots 1 & 2) are being sold together, and the owners will not consider separate salesThe property's natural landscape is planted with many local plants, including bayberry, beach plum, rosa rugosa, sea grasses, evergreens, seasonal flowers, and more.
- MLS® #21935657
- Square Footage0.00
- TypeLand / Lot
- Is WaterfrontYes
- WaterfrontBeachfront, Oceanfront, Oceanview
- HighPoint Pleasant Beach
- Listing AgentSuzanne B Van Schoick
- Listing OfficeDiane Turton, Realtors-bay Head
- Address901 & 907 East Avenue
- SubdivisionMantoloking Bor
- Zip Code08738
- Lot DescriptionBeachfront, Oceanfront, Other - See Remarks
- ZoningResidential, Single Family
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