Making Waves!!

Here's what's Making Waves
October 2020
Avalon & Stone Harbor

Market Pulse

Avalon & Stone Harbor
(As per Cape May County MLS)



PROPERTIES THAT HAVE BEEN SOLD

# of Properties Placed Under Contract for Sale as of September 21, 2020: 376 (30% increase from 2019)

The Median Asking Price of the 376 properties placed under contract for sale is $1,795,000

Breakdown of the 376 properties by Asking Price:


Under $1,000,000 - 108

$1.M to $1.5M - 61

$1.5M to $2M – 47

$2.5M to $3M – 48

$3M to $4M – 43

$4M to $5M – 17

Over $5M - 25


PROPERTIES FOR SALE

Bay Front Homes – 8 (Asking $3,699,000 to $10,775,000)

Bay Front Condo/Townhomes – 4 (Asking $375,000 to $3,895,000)

Beach Block Homes – 15 (Asking $2,950,000 to $8,250,000)

Brand New Homes – 11




**NEW MLS LISTINGS BELOW**
675 21st Street, Avalon
Listed for $745,900
Renovated three bedroom, two bath condominium with generous size deck and rear yard!


76 West 28th Street, Avalon
Listed for $799,000
Within two blocks of the beach and town, this 3 bedroom condo is a great option for someone looking for a turn-key property! The attractive, updated interior features a new kitchen!


281 14th Street, Avalon
Listed for $899,000
Spacious townhome within easy walking distance of town! The 1,400 square foot floor plan, front & rear decks and a rear yard combine to offer plenty of room for family & guests!


506 21st Street, Avalon
Listed for $1,095,000
Three-story townhome offering bay views and featuring 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, a 10 foot tall ceiling above the Great Room, 3 decks, a garage, and more!



283 19th Street, Avalon
Listed for $2,199,000
Built in 2019 and offering bay views, a pool, and a great park-n-walk location! This gorgeous home features 5 Bedrooms + a Family Room, 4.5 bathrooms, high ceilings, and a beautifully appointed interior that will appeal to the most discriminating buyer! 


2004 Ocean Drive, Avalon
Listed for $2,800,000
Built in 2005 on an oversized lot, this bay front townhome offers nearly 3,000 square feet of living area + exceptionally large decks! The room sizes are impressive, there’s two boat slips and you can walk to the beach & town!


8514 Second Ave, Stone Harbor
Listed for $2,895,000
Just over one block from the beach, this 5 bedroom, 5 bath home sits on a corner lot that’s only a short walk into town! Highlights include the great location, a wide-open living area with cathedral ceiling, a pool & cabana, a Family Room and more!


The Following Properties Have Sold
in the Past Two Weeks!

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October is for the Dogs!
Beginning October 1st dogs are permitted on the beach in Avalon and Stone Harbor. Please make sure your favorite furry friend is wearing a leash and bring along some waste bags! Just in case...
Right on Red in Stone Harbor
Starting Thursday, October 1st it is once again legal to make a 'right on red' in Stone Harbor. Between the months of May 1st through September 30th driving rules in the Borough of Stone Harbor prohibit anyone from making a right at a red light.
Avalon's Dune Vegetation Management Plan
The Avalon dune system is experiencing tremendous growth in native vegetation courtesy of the Borough’s successful Dune Vegetation Management Plan, which was created in 2009 in agreement with the NJ Dept of Environmental Protection. As part of the Plan, dead and stressed invasive Japanese Black Pine trees were removed – these trees previously displaced native species, and in recent years, the infestation of bark beetles that carry Blue Stain Fungus have infested many of these trees, causing them to rapidly decline, and die, creating public health and safety hazards. You’ll notice a big difference on the beach paths between 44th and 50th street, where native vegetation has recovered, thus providing ecological diversity and integrity of the dunes. Spanning from about 40th Street to 58th Street, the high dune area is something that most of us pass without much thought as we travel around town. I can remember my Mom remarking about the natural beauty of the high dunes; meanwhile, as a child, I couldn’t get to the end of the beach path fast enough! Through the years I gained wisdom; I learned to slow down & smell the roses! And sure enough, my dear Mom was right; what a beautiful area! You might try taking a refreshing walk on one of the 5 beach paths through the high dune area. Sheltered from the hot sun in the summer, and from the chilling winter winds, the high dune area is an ecological wonder that connects you with nature; a welcome respite from the fast pace of Life! Enjoy!