In Cape May, a Newport Mansion styled home has traded hands for $2.7 million, making it the highest sale Cape May has seen this year.
It's Cape May's third sale north of $2 million in 2020 and the highest in the city since last summer, when Lenord and Stacy Hunter parted with their Harbor home for $ 3.2 million. The desirable Poverty Beach enclave also saw Charles and Barbara Leone sell their Circa 1914 2,500 square feet home on New Jersey Ave for $2.2 million.
This one is just over 2,000 square feet bigger at nearly 4,600 square feet. Designed by the Zacker Group and constructed by Brandywine Builders, it boasts six bedrooms and six bathrooms across three stories with sweeping views of the Atlantic ocean.
Highlights include a screening room with full wall custom cabinetry, an oak and marble open kitchen, a screened in loggia with jacuzzi, and a third floor master bathroom with its private balcony offering unobstructed ocean view
A host of balconies run across the back of the home on the first and second floor overlooking the backyard gardens whilst offering partial ocean views.
Steven DiPeso of Long & Foster and Christies International represented the buyer
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