Open House Ocean County Saturday May 28, 2011

Open House in Ocean County with photos and maps for Saturday May 28, 2011 in Bay Head, Brick, Mantoloking, Point Pleasant and Toms River.

Most Open Houses will take place between 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM, so use the maps provided in the links to plan your day…or call me and I’d be happy to set up an exclusive “tour of homes” at your convenience.

Here is the complete list of Ocean County Open Houses on Saturday May 28, 2011. Click on each link below to access photos and interactive maps for each property.

Details: 649 LAKE AVE, BAY HEAD, NJ – $1,200,000
Details: 59 EGBERT ST, BAY HEAD, NJ – $3,050,000
Details: 21 COMMODORE DR, BRICK, NJ – $379,000
Details: 1045 BARNEGAT LN, MANTOLOKING, NJ – $1,395,000
Details: 982 BARNEGAT LN, MANTOLOKING, NJ – $2,775,000
Details: 317 PARKWAY, POINT PLEASANT BEACH, NJ – $579,000
Details: 1415 SEQUOIA CIR, TOMS RIVER, NJ – $549,000
Details: 3438 MARITIME DR, TOMS RIVER, NJ – $670,000

Ocean County is the second largest in the State in terms of size and one of four New Jersey counties which border the Atlantic Ocean. Toms River serves as the County Seat and is centrally located within Ocean County. The County is in close proximity to two of the Nation’s largest metropolitan centers, New York City approximately 60 miles to the north and Philadelphia roughly 50 miles to the west. In addition, Atlantic City is located approximately 50 miles to the south of the County Seat. These metropolitan areas are easily accessible to Ocean County via several major highways and public transportation.

Despite the large growth in population and employment, Ocean County maintains a vast amount of protected open space which will ensure the balanced land use of the area in the future. Much of the area west of the Garden State Parkway contains large tracts of State Parks, Forests and Wildlife Management Areas. In addition, approximately 20,000 acres east of the Parkway are protected under the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge.

The Barnegat Bay and Little Egg Harbor, which stretch nearly the entire north-south length of the County, were recently added to the US National Estuary Program and will be the subject of continuing environmental protection efforts. In the northwest portion of the County, active farmland is being preserved through the County Farmland Preservation Program. In addition, the Ocean County Parks Department maintains an active capital program for parkland acquisition and development to ensure that a variety of recreation opportunities are in close proximity to residents throughout Ocean County. As always, the coastal beaches of Ocean County are foremost among the County’s attractions and continue to draw thousands of seasonal visitors to the area each year.

Call or email me at your convenience, I’d be happy to help you any way I can.

Karl Hess, Ocean County Real Estate, Keller Williams Jersey Shore


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