A unique opportunity to buy a secluded piece of land has hit the market along the Jersey Shore’s southern beaches.
Dubbed No Man’s Island, the 19-acre parcel that’s technically in the city of Wildwood was listed for sale earlier this month. Asking $200,000, the property is located in part of an area called Grassy Sound that’s just north of West Wildwood.
While there are no roads that service No Man’s Island and none are likely to be built any time soon, the listing says the property is easily accessible from the mainland by boat and offers excellent Wildwood views. The highest portions of the island are just three feet above water, but the property can be raised with proper permits and allows for a multitude of development scenarios.
No Man’s Island has very low taxes of less than $360 a year and is located about 45 minutes south of Atlantic City and 15 minutes north of Cape May. The Wildwoods, a cluster of four beach communities, are known to some as the Doo Wop capital of the world and to others as being the home of beaches with free access, a rare commodity in New Jersey.
Attractions close to No Man’s Island include more than five miles of the aforementioned free beaches and over 38 blocks of boardwalk dotted with amusement piers, waterparks, and other comforts.
The land is listed for sale through Private Islands Inc., who claim to be the foremost global marketplace for private island sales and are the company behind HGTV’s popular series “Island Hunters.”