Compare price just paid for one-bedroom unit in building ($710k, unit 1-B, Oct. 30) that is nearly 600 square feet smaller than this nearly 1,200 square foot two-bedroom two-bath condo. Easy walk to the beach! Great location. Unit 3 encompasses the entire floor of historic, 1871 Victorian and features private access to cupola with ocean and lighthouse views. Property includes one-deeded off-street parking space and use of 3 spaces shared by owners of the condo association. Successful 24-year rental history; unit being sold furnished. The primary bedroom is large (king bed) with a big closet, two windows and a private tiled bath with tub and shower. The larger, second bedroom currently fits two over-sized twin beds and bunkbeds, has three windows and a large closet; the second full bathroom with tub and shower is steps away. There are 17 windows in our condo to view Cape May in all directions, capture the glorious sunshine and bring you those cool, cool Cape May breezes. This is the only condo in the building with central air conditioning and (gas) heating. From the living room you can see the ocean and open the windows to hear the waves crashing. The kitchen includes a refrigerator with ice maker, electric range, microwave, dishwasher, and an oversize sink with disposal. There are four barstools at the island and the dining table is just off the kitchen. The condo is a short walk to the beach, Congress Hall, and the historic Washington Street Mall. You are within walking distance of nearly all the best Cape May has to offer. The association provides a bike rack, a shared grill and coin-operated washing and dryer. There's an outdoor clothesline and two enclosed outdoor showers. The Belvedere is on a shady, tree-lined street in Cape May's primary historic district. Built-in 1871, this Italianate and bracketed-style villa is one of the original and grand, historic Cape May summer cottages built by renowned architect Stephen Decatur Button.
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