Gracious Seashore Vacation Rental
Ocean Grove, NJ

A year-round luxury retreat for discerning guests

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This beautiful, fully furnished Victorian Mansard house -- just one and a half blocks from the beach -- is now available for rental.

The house features 8 bedrooms (4 queen, 2 twin, 2 single), 4 full bathrooms, two porches, two kitchens, a comfortable living room, and a spacious dining room. Up to 15 adults can be accommodated, 14 in beds and 1 in a roll-away bed, and there are two pac'n'plays for toddlers. All linens, towels, and beach towels are provided, along with 10 adult beach tags.

Ocean Grove residents and visitors live on their porches -- the porch of this house is set up for hours of pleasant relaxation, chatting with friends, savoring a cocktail, or just enjoying the ocean breezes.

Ocean Grove, N.J. is a beautiful seashore town on the list of National Historic Places for having the one of the largest concentration of Victorian and Queen Anne homes in the country. A fabulous place for a family vacation, Ocean Grove is only about an hour from New York City or 1.5 hours from Philadelphia. If you've never visited Ocean Grove, you have a treat in store!
Spectacular rows of Victorian homes,

a wide, clean, white sand beach named by British Airways in 2010 as
one of the best 50 beaches in the world,

a never-boring ocean that is usually between
65 and 73 degrees (F.) in July and August,

(see water temps)


professional lifeguards on duty, nearby opportunities for boat or surfboard rentals, a boardwalk for strolling or jogging, a quaint Main Street complete with an old fashioned soda fountain, cupcake bakery, gourmet cheese shop, bike rentals, trendy restaurants, and art galleries -- all within easy walking distance.

Beautiful sunset over the Great Auditorium as seen from the boardwalk
Beautiful sunset as seen from boardwalk
Lavender perfumes your front entrance
Lavender perfumes your front entrance

For more information about Ocean Grove:


Driving directions from Newark Airport


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If you are interested, here is a history of the house.