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WEB ID: 82269096

410 Sewall Avenue, 2D Asbury Park, Monmouth, NJ 07712

Asbury Park, Monmouth, NJ 07712

for rent | RENTAL | Built in 2016

3 beds
3 baths/1 half bath
2237 Approx. Sqft
outdoor space
$12,000
  • Available Immediately

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WEB ID: 82269096

410 Sewall Avenue, 2D Asbury Park, Monmouth, NJ 07712

Asbury Park, Monmouth, NJ 07712

for rent | RENTAL | Built in 2016

3 beds
3 baths/1 half bath
2237 Approx. Sqft
outdoor space
$12,000
  • Available Immediately

The Details

About 410 Sewall Avenue, 2D, Asbury Park, NJ 07712

Beautifully furnished SUMMER RENTAL in an amazing Asbury Park location between the boardwalk and downtown. Perfect townhouse to call home for summer 2024! (see cost breakdown below) Walk or bike from the boardwalk to Cookman, Main St and beyond. This Williams floorplan is functional and pleasing with stylish, beachy and comfortable furnishings. Enjoy the front patio, kitchen porch and fourth floor large deck. Prid...
Listing Courtesy of RE/MAX GATEWAY, NJ_MOMLS:22403206

key features

  • Central air
  • Patio
  • 3+ Zoned AC Cooling
  • Central Air Cooling
  • Deck
  • On Street
  • Oversized
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    Asbury Park

    Think of the word “boardwalk” and the mind might just hop to Asbury Park, settled as a quintessential Victorian beach resort and still every bit a hub of culture, entertainment, and endless fun in the sun. This legendary Jersey Shore community takes its name from the country’s first Methodist bishop, Francis Asbury — though if you truly wanted to put a face to it, it would be Tillie, the grinning funhouse mascot whose mug appears in homage all throughout town. Its iconic boardwalk lies bookended by Beaux-Arts landmarks: the Paramount Theater and the Casino, both designed by Grand Central architect Whitney Warren. You might be met with a farmer’s market, or a maker's fair drawing artisans from Brooklyn and beyond. The business district brims with restaurants, vintage shops, biergartens, and legendary venues like the Stone Pony, where Springsteen and Bon Jovi played their earliest shows. NJ Transit trains stop right at the foot of Cookman Avenue, a shell’s throw from the sand.

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