Great Egg Harbor River Legacy! Wake up to the glistening sunrise on the water sipping coffee on the 2nd floor fiberglass deck. Deep water slip for that 60 footer to boat at all tides. Be active with the waverunners, kayaks, paddleboards, or just relax on the deck over the water. 150' of updated composite bulkhead and dock with long life spans. With over 3200 square feet, this 4 bedroom home has it all. Formal dining room loaded with windows to let the natural light in. Large kitchen with Sub-Zero fridge, corian tops and wet bar. Wide open living room upstairs with wood floors though out, custom Mahogany trim, fireplace and office area. Unobstructed views of the park like landscaping and river. First floor has the large master suite with bath, walk in closets, and water views. Tiled foyer and hallway lead to 2 other large bedrooms, 2nd full bath, and open family room. Very comfortable with woodstove, laminate wood flooring, custom woodwork and perfect view to the river. Large laundry room and 2 car attached garage for extra storage. All of this plus SOLAR!! Want more?? A separate 2 car detached garage/workshop with almost 800 square feet of finished space above. That's right, perfect spot for when the "out-laws" visit. With a half bath, heat and air, this space can be a professional studio or office as well. Could be the perfect shore home without the headaches. Easy access to AC or Cape May by boat or car. Take the train to Philly or NY. It's our own little secret back here!
Author:George Phy A Phone: 609-742-0364 Dated: May 13th 2019 Views: 236 About George Phy: Coming from a background in construction, engineering and architecture, George brings a fresh perspe...
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