Long & Foster Agents Represent Two of the Jersey Shore’s Most Expensive Properties

February 10, 2016
5109 Dune Drive (top) and 32 W. 34th Street (bottom)

Long & Foster Real Estate, the nation’s No. 1 family-owned residential real estate company, is pleased to announce that its agents represented clients in two of the top three most expensive properties sold in Cape May County in 2015, according to the Cape May County Multiple Listing Service.

5109 Dune Drive, Avalon, N.J.
One of the highest points on Seven Mile Beach island, this 0.61-acre piece of land is in the exclusive High Dune area. This unique lot is one of only 11 properties in the High Dunes. The sale of the property also included all permits needed to construct a home and pool on the property. Bill Leahy, of Long & Foster’s Avalon office, listed the property, which sold for $8 million. The property was the most expensive sale in the Cape May County MLS in 2015.

32 W. 34th Street, Avalon, N.J.
This remarkable, private oceanfront property includes 170 feet of ocean frontage and has spectacular sight lines. The original home was demolished and a new home has been constructed on the property. R.J. Soens, of Long & Foster’s Avalon office, represented the buyer of the property, which sold for $5.4 million. The property was the third most expensive transaction in the Cape May County MLS in 2015.

“Long & Foster and our luxury real estate agents have become known over the past 47+ years for providing their high-end clients with an unsurpassed level of service and industry expertise,” said Gary Scott, president of Long & Foster Real Estate. “Thanks to our exclusive affiliation with Christie’s International Real Estate throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions, including in the Jersey Shore area, as well as our partnership with Luxury Portfolio International, Long & Foster brings our clients the very best opportunities to reach qualified buyers and earn international exposure to an elite clientele.”

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