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Beach Haven NJ Ocean Block Vacation Rental 80341

    $2,625 - $5,250
215 Stratford Avenue, Beach Haven
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Beach Haven NJ Ocean Block Vacation Rental 80341

215 Stratford Avenue, Beach Haven
    $2,625 - $5,250
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Available Rented

Year - 2024
Check-in/out day- Saturday

  • 07/06-07/13 Rented
  • 07/13-07/20 Rented
  • 07/20-07/27 Rented
  • 07/27-08/03 Rented


  • Address
  • 215 Stratford Avenue,Beach Haven
  • Area
  • Ocean Block
  • Property Type
  • House
  • Property ID
  • #80341
  • Unit
  • Whole
  • Bedrooms
  • 5
  • Bathrooms
  • Full:2
  • Sleeps
  • 14
  • Town
  • Beach Haven

Bed Sizes

  • Queen Beds: 2
  • Single Beds : 6

  • Bunks : 2

Bed information

Bunks are single over single, there is a first floor bedroom.


  • Security Deposit $950
  • or Security Deposit Waiver $89
  • Processing Fee $40

Choose One: Pay Refundable Security Deposit or Non-refundable Security Deposit Waiver

Total fees(With Security Deposit): $990

or Total fees(With Security Deposit Waiver ): $129
*Optional Security Deposit Waiver: Pay a non-refundable $89 fee in lieu of paying the refundable security deposit and be covered for damages.


Single Family. Beach Haven. Ocean Block. Natural gas grill. WIFI

Beach Haven Ocean Block Home. Five Bedrooms/Two Baths. Sleeps 14.
This is a Single Family Rental, on the Ocean Block. Just two (2) homes from the Beach Entrance! Two (2) Bedrooms on the main floor (upper level), each with a door to the Back Deck. Spiral staircase leads to the lower level, and additional three (3) Bedrooms.

Central Air and five (5) Ceiling Fans keep the house cool.

There is a Natural Gas Grill, as well. No need to refill an empty propane tank.
No smoking or pets, please.
Beach Haven History: In those early days, Beach Avenue was Beach Haven s main street. Many homes built along the road had storefronts along Beach Avenue, and if you search hard enough, you may still find one or two buildings with display windows facing the street. However, after the causeway was constructed in 1914, the Manahawkin and Long Beach Railroad became less popular and eventually ceased to exist. The widening of Bay Avenue and the construction of many new cottages lead to the decline of the great hotels. By the 1940 s, the Engleside had closed and the Baldwin was in decline. The former would be torn down in 1943, while the latter burned down on the night of September 24, 1960.
Beach Haven still retains the privilege of being the most popular and well known resort town on the island. Many believe that the passing of the great hotels and loss of the boardwalk may be blessings in disguise. The area has the charm it always had, yet has not grown in the seal. It is still a family oriented vacation spot with a beautiful beach and many entertaining distractions.


Features Description

  • Parking Description: Three (3) off street parking spaces
  • Garage Description:
  • Electronics Description:
  • Beach Description:
  • Trash Day: Monday/Thursday
  • Recycling Day: Tuesday

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