Seventeen acres on the Navesink River could possibly be yours for $8.999 million.

It’s the second largest parcel on both facet of the 8-mile estuary and is situated in Locust, a bit of Middletown Township, down the street from sprawling estates owned by celebrities together with Jon Bon Jovi, Max Weinberg and Jon Stewart.

“I’ve proven it to 6 folks and so they’re all individuals who have eyeballed it for 20 years,” mentioned Itemizing Agent DJ Ten Hoeve of Keller Williams Central Monmouth. “They’ve been questioning what was going to occur to the property for 15 to twenty years. And so they understand it’s a as soon as in a lifetime alternative.”

The property is noteworthy for its seclusion and pure magnificence.

“It’s very relaxed and woodsy,” Ten Hoeve mentioned. “County parks encompass the property.”

The house itself was in-built 1909 and hasn’t been used as a main residence for greater than 15 years.

“It’s like strolling into the Gatsby Period,” Ten Hoeve mentioned, including that the worth is within the property, not the house.

The customer he mentioned will probably be somebody from New York in search of a rustic home or somebody who’s seeking to construct an property on the river.

Riverfront on the Navesink

The property has greater than 1,300 toes of Navesink River frontage.

The property has sufficient water frontage to be damaged into three tons.

“Somebody will purchase this and both construct a monster-sized home and … nonetheless have a farm evaluation for the remainder of the acreage or they’ll reduce it into parcels and construct on one then promote the opposite two tons,” he mentioned, including that the customer must do their due diligence with the city on dividing the property.

The realm alongside the Navesink River is among the most prosperous in New Jersey.

The river itself is used for power-boating, crabbing, fishing, crusing, canoeing, kayaking, chook watching, swimming and rowing. It flows into the Shrewbury River at Sea Vivid, then Sandy Hook Bay and at last the Atlantic Ocean.

17-acre property for sale

That is the second largest parcel on the Navesink River.

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Allison Pries could also be reached at apries@njadvancemedia.com.


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