The second and third floor of the main house offers . . .
• A large breezy eat-in living room is decorated in the Victorian seashore style with shore furniture. The screen door opens onto a private awninged front porch overlooking Kearney Avenue and Franklin Street.
• An eat-in kitchen is fully equipped with a dishwasher, disposal, microwave, coffee maker, toaster oven, and ceiling fan. A half bath is conveniently located off the kitchen. A rear entrance to the kitchen from the parking area features an awninged deck. • Two large air conditioned bedrooms are situated on the second floor (one queen, and one double bed). • Two air conditioned bedrooms on the third floor (with two twin beds in each room). • A full bath, with a large tub and shower. The wainscotting preserves the charm of the original bathroom. 1/2 bath of the kitchen
• All rentals enjoy :
– Outside shower facilities
– Use of coin operated washer/dryer
– Backyard barbecue and gas grill
– Convenient off-street parking, two spots
– Dish (with music), LCD TV, Radio and CD
– Sorry, no smoking or pets please
• Why stay at 824 Kearney Avenue while visiting the Nations Oldest Seashore Resort ?
• Walk two short blocks to the white sandy Beaches and Boardwalk ...
• Stroll through the gas lit streets of the nearby 1860's national landmark historic district, with over 600 Victorian structures ...
•Have tea at the famous Mainstay Inn on Columbia Avenue and take in the view from the veranda ...
• Bike to Cape May Point and see the lighthouse, sunsets, the dunes and seasonal migrations of birds ...
• Shop at many of the unique stores on the mall, just a ten minute walk away ...
• Or simply rock on the porch and watch the sunset, listen as the horse drawn carriages move by and relax as you go back a hundred years in time when the world moved at a slower pace ...TripAdvisor property ID 3817152...Read more
Perfect for the large family or two up to 8 people. Two blocks from the beach and in Cape Mays Historic District. Off street parking, necessary this close to the beach.
Built about 1890 in the Queen Anne style of architecture, the main house was the home of Bean Belly Johnson, caretaker of the grand Stockton Hotel. Originally situated on the corner of Gurney and Columbia Streets, the house and carriage house were moved in 1905 to their present location, to make way for a church which stands there today. The land around our house, known as â€œFrog Hollow,â€? was filled and leveled when the Cape May Canal was built around the turn of the century.
The Ryon family has owned the property since 1979. We winterized and repaired the main house and rebuilt the old carriage house into a three level Victorian cottage. Victorian exterior details have been preserved; the old doors, triple-pane windows replicated with stained glass, a large Palladian window, original mouldings, and scalloped shingles.
More About This Location
Beach or lakeside relaxation, City vacations, Waterfront
Nearest train station: Atlantic City, 40 miles Nearest ferry port: Cape May - Lewis Nearest airport: Atlantic City, 40 miles Car is not necessary
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