301 7th Avenue, in Asbury Park, is an opportunity to own an original Asbury Park single-family home.
Built on a corner lot, this Victorian home showcases articulate details that are reminiscent of the Craftsman style. Recently restored to its original luxe and grandeur, this five-bedroom, three-bathroom home is a triple threat — historic architecture, modern appliances, and beach proximity.
Asbury Park has recently become one of the top destinations along the Jersey Shore. Originally known for its music scene with venues like The Stone Pony and the Asbury Park Convention Center, the city is now showing NJ that there’s more to it than that. In recent years, restaurants, boutique hotels, and galleries have begun peppering the downtown Asbury Park landscape, leading some to refer to it as “Brooklyn on the Beach.”
One of this home’s most desired features is its numerous porches — two at the front of the house and one at the rear, offering beautiful ocean breezes at the front and views at the back.
The home has two kitchens, and the main one on the ground floor boasts white cabinets with black countertops, state-of-the-art appliances, and huge windows, flooding the space with light. The smaller second kitchen is organized in a linear fashion and also includes white cabinetry and new appliances.
Original detail work includes delicate etchings in the brass hardware used on the wooden front doors, including the knobs and the hinges. Additionally, the original moldings, wainscot, wide-plank floors, and staircase remain.
Combining historic architecture with modern appliances and beachfront views, this home is an opportunity that beach lovers won’t want to pass up, but it also comes with a hefty price tag. The home, located at 301 7th Avenue, is asking $1,299,000.
Listing: 301 7th Avenue [Zillow]