3 blocks from beach and boardwalk in great 9th Street location. Enjoy this 1 bedroom condo that sleeps 5 with a full kitchen, living room, 1 full bath and private balcony...
The #1 family beach community in the country,” - The Travel Channel
Droves of day-trippers come down just to get that shot of sun, sand, and surf. Its annual tradition for many families to reunite and reinvigorate for the week. The boldest among us just surrender to the feeling — they just uproot and stay forever! And why not? Ocean City is a very special place. Remember the anticipation that you felt as a child going down to the Jersey Shore? Well, for some, that feeling never leaves. So vibrant in so many ways, the Ocean City lifestyle is hard to beat anywhere. The title #1 Family Beach Community in the USA kind of speaks for itself doesn't it!
Ocean City is different. Same Atlantic Ocean, but the view is more stunning. Same white sand beach, but its cleaner and more picturesque. Same back bay but the 9th Street Causeway Bridge, a monumental engineering feat, its more grand than any other gateway bridge.
A delightful wooden 2.5 mile, all natural-open-air rejuvenation clinic. Each year hundreds of thousands of visitors travel near and far just to visit Ocean City’s Boardwalk. “The Boards” as their known offers a bevy of activity and entertainment. Wholesome Family Fun is exactly what it is. The boardwalk begins to buzz early in the morning — just after sunrise with a multitude of joggers and bikers. The vibe continues through-out the day where the Boardwalk is the stage to take in the incredible ocean views and epic golden beach.
At night its electric. The boardwalk offers endless opportunities to eat, shop, and of course — people watch, a favorite pass-time of many. From 6th to 14th Street you will find two family amusement parks, Wonderland Pier and Castaway Cove, both have boast large Ferris Wheels with amazing iridescent light shows that can be seen from miles away. A dozen or so miniature golf parks are always family favorites mixing finesse and fantasy — and of course bragging rights to the champ!
Food Everywhere. This is no place to be on a diet. Some how the calorie equation becomes easily justifiable — because while you’re eating — you’re walking. Makes perfect sense right? So many to choose from. Standouts include Manco and Manco Pizza, Dels, Johnson’s Pop Corn, Curly Fries, Georges Ice Cream, Polish Water Ice, and the Fudge Kitchen, "its a little bit over, is that OK!"
Any stay in Ocean City is too short, just ask the “Locals” — year round residents as their known. Most of the Locals began as day trippers or weekly summer guests, but the Locals are bolder, they have infinite wisdom — they made the move and decided to stay — permanently! Isn’t that the dream of most who visit New Jersey’s answer to utopia? There are roughly 25,000 Locals. Most enjoy the jolt of energy the tourism season brings, but savor the mild quiet seasons — they will tell you first hand that Ocean City is especially lovely in October and April!
This is how you can tell the Locals from the guests — They are regular attendees at Ocean City Hall. The Locals love the seagulls — but never feed them. They never get parking tickets. They own a bike, Locals don’t rent. The bicycle directive “on your right” is ostensibly owned by the Locals when passing boardwalk guests in vacation sleep-walk mode! And of course they have the best tans! The locals are typically pleasant to talk with, calm and confident, and have an aura of street smarts — like Yoda. Smart they are — after-all, they did decide to live here!
Ocean City is a green community. Its evident on the beaches, throughout the Downtown, and on the Boardwalk. Dozens of blue recycling containers line the Boardwalk, many municipal buildings are solar powered, and the iconic beach tractor with beach comber in tow, are all too familiar. Since Ocean City's founding in 1879, it has been a "Dry Town" adding to its allure as the ultimate Family Resort. Blue laws remain in effect prohibiting the sale of alcohol within the city limits. Ocean City’s founders wanted their town to represent clean and sober living — the city continues the tradition today. Most believe this is a unique and vital part of Ocean City’s clean — family friendly image.
The island has 6 miles of golden beach and bay making an ideal habitat for fish and fowl. Everyone knows about the beach and the bay. But how about Corson's Inlet State Park and to the north The Great Egg Harbor Inlet, two gorgeous spots to spend the day. Three types of sea bird dominate Ocean City: the seagull aka the laughing gull — gray head and yellow beak — yes, the one that swoops in on your carmel corn, the slender legged super stealth sanderling and also visible in large numbers is the less aggressive tern— tan head and black beak. Also prominent is the larger herring gulls. They typically keep their distance from people preferring to hunt in the wild rather than pilfer from humanity.
Ocean City Bay Front marinas and docks are a fisherman's paradise. The Riviera real estate in Ocean City, along with the Bay Area property are prized addresses for anglers. The Ocean City Fishing Club Pier (The Pier) is the only on-ocean fishing pier in Ocean City. Many bayside fishing opportunities. Hot spots include Paradise Cove at the end of 12th Street and of the Causeway Bridge. Fish for flounder, bluefish, and sea bass.
Some of the finest homes anywhere on the East Coast can be found in Ocean City. Beachfront Palaces receive equal billing with the glorious beach and ocean — giving pause to which one dominates. Bay Front life has its own elegant but rugged culture. Both waterfront lifestyles command top billing and top dollar. A huge part of the power of Ocean City comes from its high end real estate. The Ocean City 08226 is an elite zip code, property owners here got here for a reason — sometimes its good fortune, but most of the time it was the commitment of hard work, consistent saving and investing — generally a disciplined financial mindset. What homeowners love about Ocean City is the diversity of the many Ocean City neighborhoods, there's a wide range of price entry points.
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Beachfront Homes and Condos Available in Ocean City. Beachfront Living inspires all those who own them and those who admire them. Nothing says that you’ve made it than more than living seaside. Ocean City has 6 miles of beachfront — which equal 6 miles of some of the most luxurious and expensive real estate in New Jersey. To Learn more about available
Bayfront Homes and Condos are high end but a bit more laid back. Watch the tide rise and fall all day long. Bay water laps against the narrow-creeky docks that secure an assortment of watercraft. Ocean City is truly a boaters delight. Sit back and enjoy all of natures abundance, the crabs, the gulls, the breeze, and awe inspiring sunsets.
The Riviera in Ocean City is a collection of truly amazing Bayfront homes, some on canals, some on the open bay. The Riviera ia a favorite of experienced boaters, especially yachtsman. Located with panoramic views of the Causeway Bridge and almost at sea level, the Riviera has the highest ground elevations — giving property owners the edge in inclement weather. All single family homes here, no condos or multi-family. The Riviera runs along the bay from 16th Street to 23rd Street. To add more action, the Riviera is located just to the north of the Ocean City Airport. Mostly short-hop single prop cubs, sleek dual-prop planes, along with frequent Coast Guard chopper landings. And for good measure, the Ocean City Municipal Golf Course is only a sand wedge away from the Riviera.
The Gardens in Ocean City are a collection of some of the most eclectic properties on the island. A hallmark of The Gardens typically have larger lots and historic estates. Some feature epic ocean and bay views which beautifully frame the Longprt and Atlantic City skylines. The streets are curvaceous (first timers will get lost!) they wind through the manicured landscapes and weathered gray cedar shakes mansions. A favorite of the locals, real estate here is some of the most sought and prestigious in Ocean City. The Gardens Parkway is a gorgeous gateway to the Ocean City-Longport Bridge. Its lined with lush red crepe myrtles, convenient bike lanes, and private side-street capillary byways.
The Ocean City North End Homes and Condos can offer many opportunities to break into the Ocean City market. Prices begin in the 300’s and ascend all the way to the high end. The North End runs from The Gardens at North Street to about where Ocean City High School is situated (to 6th Street). A wide variety of condos, single family homes, year round residents, and weekly multi-family rentals.
Ocean City Central is an eclectic mix of beach, bustling boardwalk, Downtown Asbury Ave Shops, 9th Street Gateway Entry, Churches, Residental Neighborhoods, Summer Rentals, beach-block Motels, High-rise condos, and the Ocean City High School. Ocean City Central runs from approximately from the Atlantic Ocean, to 6th Street, to Bay Ave, to 18th Street. There is never a dull moment in Ocean City Central. Everything is within walking distance, plenty of shopping, restuarants, and board-walk energy.
The Gold Coast is where the most luxurious Ocean City Homes and Condos are located. All are beachfront properties that range from 18th Street to 34th Street. These awe inspiring structures that showcase the finest in shore architecture, sophistication, and style. From the grand pastel exteriors, beachfront balconies, to the rippling proud American and Nautical flag displays — the dunes, then the beach, then Atlantic Ocean views, and the the whimsy of the manicured landscapes, dotted with artsy focal point “finds” — the Gold Coast is the epitome of high society living. Imagine everyday being able to see the sun rise above the ocean! Its a different world... the one where you know you've truly “arrived...”
Ocean City 18th Street to 34th Street. Many varieties of real estate with a dizzying array of prices. This area runs from the beach block of Wesley Ave and Central Ave to 18th Street, to Bay Ave, to 34th Street. The majority of Ocean City real estate here are duplex condos. Many are one atop the others, some side by side. There are pockets of single family homes only as well. The spirit and community pride of Ocean City are on full display. Property values of very high in the beach block areas and level off a bit as we travel towards the middle Streets of Asbury and West Ave. The Ocean City Community Center and Golf Course are to the Bay side all both excellent community amenities. Numerous play grounds with tennis, pickleball, and basketball courts. Also the fantastic Howard Stainton Bird Sanctuary is in close proximity just off of Bay Ave opposite the Ocean City Airport.
The Bay Landings area of Ocean City have Homes and Condos that are located adjacent to Ocean City Airport which runs along the bayside from 27th Street to about 33rd street. The majority of the homes are zoned single family. This allows for larger than average lots and more privacy. The curvy streets create an unusual, but aesthetically pleasing property sight-lines. Many locals reside here — along with second home owners. These homes are favorite among pilots, as a matter of fact, there are several homes where you can pull your plane into your private hanger, attached to your home! Attractive and somewhat more affordable, the Bay Landings are always popular in Ocean City.
Merion Park Homes are on the Bay Side (some bay views) tucked between Roosevelt Blvd, unbuildable marsh lands, and a convenient shopping district. The real estate spans from about 34th Street southward to about 38th Street. These properties are away from the hustle and bustle of the “Boards” — not as many summer rentals in this zone, most are primary residences for the locals. Merion Park Homes are somewhat more affordable compared similar square foot values in Ocean City.
The Ocean City South End begins just south of the Gold Coast at about 35th Street and continues to Ocean City's southern most, 59th Street. There's more year round residents than renters in this zone. Generally, the South End properties are a much shorter walk to the beach as compared to other Ocean City neighborhoods. The South End pace slows a bit making this area a favorite for beach-goers who like a more intimate setting. The Southend is the gateway via the incredible Ocean Drive to other Cape May shore resorts. The Corson's Inlet State Park is contiguous to the Southend. The park offers outstanding scenic beauty and endless opportunities for observing a multitude of migratory and wildlife species. Corson’s Inlet is extremely popular for hiking, fishing, crabbing, boating and sunbathing (drive your vehicle on the beach!). There's a wide diversity of construction style here. Ocean City South End Homes and Condos (mostly Duplex Condos) have a wide range in price ($300,000 to 1-2 million) depending on location and condition.
Ocean City OC Homes and OC Condos are the southernmost neighborhood in Ocean City. Beginning at or about 52nd Street and ranging to 55th Street and not far from the incredibly scenic Ocean Dive that leads to shore points south. Mostly single family homes with a cape cod design style. Some of the most affordable island real estate which makes it extremely desirable due to its closeness to the beach. This close-knit neighborhood provides a good entry level price point for Ocean City.