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Ship Bottom NJ Ocean Side Vacation Rental 77708

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116 E 28th Street, Ship Bottom
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Ship Bottom NJ Ocean Side Vacation Rental 77708

116 E 28th Street, Ship Bottom
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2 Reviews ( 5 out of 5 )
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Available Rented

Year - 2024
Check-in/out day- Saturday

July
  • 07/20-07/27 Rented
August
  • 08/17-08/24 Rented
  • 08/24-08/31 Rented
  • 08/31-09/07 Rented
September
  • 09/07-09/14 Rented
  • 09/14-09/21 Rented
  • 09/21-09/28 Rented
  • 09/28-10/05 Rented

Overview

  • Address
  • 116 E 28th Street,Ship Bottom
  • Area
  • Ocean Side
  • Property Type
  • Duplex
  • Property ID
  • #77708
  • Floor
  • 1st
  • Bedrooms
  • 3
  • Bathroom
  • Full:1, Half:1
  • Sleeps
  • 8
  • Town
  • Ship Bottom

Bed Sizes

Beds:
  • Queen Beds: 1
  • Single Beds : 2

Bunks:
  • Bunks : 1

Sofa Beds:
  • Sofa Beds-Queen: 1

  • John D. & Destiny P. ( 5 out of 5 )

    Well beyond our expectations !! Loved it !!

  • Charles B. ( 5 out of 5 )

    Great Week, Huge surprise is how close was the beach. On the instructions to the renter may be indicate the market ACME.

Deposit/Fees

  • Security Deposit $250
  • Processing Fee $40
  • Pet Fee $150

Total fees(With Security Deposit): $440

Description

Pet Friendly. Oceanside. WIFI.

Ship Bottom Oceanside Duplex (first floor).
Three Bedrooms/1.5 Baths.
“Only 7th house off the Ocean and Beach!
1 Non-barking dog with flea treatment permitted w/$150 (non-refundable) pet fee. – No Cats!
The Washer/Dryer are shared with the upstairs unit.
No smoking in the house or outside on the deck.
Off-Season and weekends are available.

Ship Bottom History: The area was quiet and deserted until the establishment of U.S. Life Saving Station # 20 in 1872. The station was named the Ship Bottom Station, and the surrounding community that grew around the station shared the name. When the Manahawkin and Long Beach Railroad was established in 1886, the trestle ended here in Ship Bottom. Several small developments grew around the Life Saving Station and the railroad stop. One of these developments was called Beach Arlington, and when the train station was named, the developers saw to it that their name was the one given to the stop. Thus, from 1892 until 1925, the community s name was Ship Bottom – Beach Arlington.
It was in 1925 that the borough separated from Long Beach Township.

***NO PILLOWS OR BLANKETS PROVIDED

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Features Description

  • Parking Description: Four (4) off street parking spaces
  • Garage Description:
  • Electronics Description:
  • Beach Description:
  • Trash Day: Monday/Thursday
  • Recycling Day: Wednesday

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