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a second-story covered porch. This porch is ample and is covered, hence a great place to catch summer breezes without summer sun. A large walk-through closet should comfortably


house any summer wardrobe, featuring at least twelve drawers and multiple series of shelves and hanging nooks. The master bath is two rooms featuring green and white Roman bath tiles similar to those in the foyer. The jacuzzi, with two built in seats, is in its own private room. Another nice perk is a second-floor laundry.


Stackable washer and dryer leave plenty of room for clothingmanagement inanoversizedlaundry closet. Oneof the cutest rooms inthehouse is the second


floor guest room. It hosts two identical queen beds separated by a round skylight looking west, situated to capture the sunof late afternoonbutnotmorning. The room is painted with nautical light blue and white stripes from floor to ceiling. French doors open to a small French balcony that overlooks the back yard to the north. This room also contains an organized walk-in closet. Just beyond it is the entrance to a second guest


bedroom. Cozy, it fits perfectly one antique, wrought iron daybed with a trundle beneath. This room flows into an expansive bath. A winding stairwell to the third floor brings one


to a small wet bar, a built in book case, and a lounge area big enough for a comfy sectional. French doors lead out to a sun balcony, also facing the sea, with grand views and enough expanse for lounge chairs and furniture. There’s a fourth bedroom on this floor plus a bath and, via a door that looks like a small closet, a good expanse of attic for storage. The attic runs along the south side of the house but is L-shaped, with a second piece running west. It’s partially shelved and great for keeping whatever won’t fit in the shed or is only used on occasion. Altogether the abode features four porches, a


Frenchbalcony, five bedrooms, four andahalf baths, and two fireplaces, and more than fifteen picture windows. All baths contain glass shower stalls and pedestal sinks. Careful observation reveals that the house is


actuallymore glass thanwall.However the sturdiness of the outside and the airiness inside create a perfect balance. It provides beauty, convenience, opportu- nities to sleep a dozen summer guests comfortably, and best of all, the ever changing Atlantic from around twenty different windows. 


To schedule a private showing please call Ashley Franchini of Sotheby’s International Realty at 609-233-6116.


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pen the door to a new home to be built at 214 Lancaster Avenue, Margate for only $799,000. Build a new lifestyle with an all-inclusive opportunity, a home designed, built


and sub-contracted by the architect ROBERT KIEJDAN. Today’s economic environment calls for creative solutions. Robert Kiejdan can also build the above home your lot for a fixed-fee. Included in this energy efficient home is a low maintenance exterior, hurricane impact windows, a built-in state-of-the-art kitchen with appliances, hardwood flooring on the first floor, a pre-wired interior, crown moldings first floor and master bedroom and a fully landscaped exterior.


To inquire about this 3000 sq.ft. Residence call Robert Kiejdan at 609-641-4510.


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