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Atlantic City, New Jersey Waterfront Home for Sale
69 N. Harrisburg Ave., Apt. 2, Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401
Note: This home now has a contingent offer.
Atlantic City is a seaside resort city in South New Jersey and is the location of this waterfront condominium for sale. It is in a building (Chelsea View) with only four units and sits along a wide canal with direct access to the ocean. There are two bedrooms and two baths (square footage is undetermined). The home was built in 1962 and has an asking price of $259,900.
The property has a tan and brown exterior with white balconies and is perched at the edge of a seawall. A large new deck extends over the water and has urban views of water, boats and buildings. Beneath the deck is the private boat slip.
Inside, the home is newly renovated. The walls are taupe with white trim; the new carpeting is taupe Berber; the ceilings are traditional with recessed lighting. A sliding glass door in the living area opens onto the deck.
New white cabinetry and tan granite countertops are in the kitchen area. The first and second floor bedrooms both have water views. Each bath is new; one has a walk-in shower.
The gas heater, sheetrock, breaker box and air conditioning are all new. The unit is being sold furnished (two beds, a couple of dressers, a big screen TV). It also has an attached one car garage with extra storage (but not room for a car).
The beach is about half a mile away.
The HOA fee is $264 per month plus $82 per month for the covered boat slip.
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Atlantic City, New Jersey
The inspiration for the board game Monopoly, Atlantic City (population 40,000) sits along the southern New Jersey shore and is famous for its beautiful beaches, fun Boardwalk, glitzy casinos and 227-foot-tall Ferris wheel at Steel Pier. Nearly 30 million tourists come from around the world each year.
The beaches, long and white, stretch for miles. The Boardwalk, the first one built in the nation, is 60 feet wide and boasts shops, arcades and restaurants as well as sweeping ocean views.
And although some Atlantic City casinos have closed in recent years, thanks to competition and the pandemic, the city still has 31 operating gambling establishments, including the the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa, home to 3,000 gaming machines and 186 table games.
Neighborhoods vary. Some, such as Ducktown (Atlantic City's Little Italy) and the Marina District, are urban with town homes and condos. Others, including Venice Park, have a more residential ambiance with yards and single family homes.
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