1042 Shunpike Road: Red Knot Farm
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by Cape May Magazine
9M ago
“A local guy told me this house was the only house on the street when he was growing up,” said Jeff Weigel, who with his wife Kristina owns the Red Knot Farm at 1042 Shunpike Road in West Cape May. “All of these homes around us were fields supporting this house – this was the ..read more
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May Caper – 815 Beach Ave
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by Cape May Magazine
11M ago
When Suzanne and Eric Krebs were looking at Cape May houses in 1978, they found a vacant, rundown house on Beach Avenue that had possibility. It needed lots of work, but it had ocean views and big rooms, so they thought, “Why not?” What the Krebs got when they purchased that dilapidated Beach Avenue building ..read more
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417 North Broadway 
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by Cape May Magazine
1y ago
One should, at some point, experience a West Cape May festival. Take your pick; there’s the Strawberry Festival in June, the Tomato Festival in August, and the Lima Bean Festival in October. They’re all delightful celebrations that harken to the borough’s farming roots (the summer Tuesday Farmers Market deserves a mention also). West Cape May ..read more
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1002 Washington Street: Inn at the Park
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by Cape May Magazine
1y ago
Visitors to Cape May come and go, but the houses, at least in the historic district, tend to remain. These structures, most over a century old, may change hands, change businesses, or change color, but they remain standing. And sometimes they don’t even change color. Notice the Inn at the Park at 1002 Washington Street ..read more
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101 S. Lafayette Street, Unit 1B
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by Dan Mathers
1y ago
Photographs by MICHELLE GIORLA Two main elements of the Cape May magic are breezes and views. Hence Cape May’s obsession with big porches where you can catch both if you’re lucky. And if you’re the kind that fancies after-dinner strolls, you’ll find breezes and views – beautiful views – at the corner of South Lafayette ..read more
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The Jennie Lane Cottage
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by Dan Mathers
1y ago
41 Jackson Street Strolling is one of my favorite Cape May activities. Stroll to the beach, stroll to dinner, or stroll without a destination, it’s all about the journey in the Queen of Seaside Resorts. And given the opportunity, I choose a stroll that leads me to Jackson Street. It sings with coffee and songbirds ..read more
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203 Perry Street
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by Dan Mathers
1y ago
Step outside The Bayberry House on Perry Street and sip your coffee. Look up or down the block and admire the character of the historic homes lining this picturesque road. Pause on this porch and inhale deeply the ocean breeze that drifts up the street. A more picturesque place for your morning brew would be ..read more
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101 S. Lafayette Street, Unit 1B
Cape May Magazine » Rental History
by Dan Mathers
1y ago
Photographs by MICHELLE GIORLA Two main elements of the Cape May magic are breezes and views. Hence Cape May’s obsession with big porches where you can catch both if you’re lucky. And if you’re the kind that fancies after-dinner strolls, you’ll find breezes and views – beautiful views – at the corner of South Lafayette […] The post 101 S. Lafayette Street, Unit 1B appeared first on Cape May Magazine ..read more
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203 Perry Street
Cape May Magazine » Rental History
by Dan Mathers
1y ago
Step outside The Bayberry House on Perry Street and sip your coffee. Look up or down the block and admire the character of the historic homes lining this picturesque road. Pause on this porch and inhale deeply the ocean breeze that drifts up the street. A more picturesque place for your morning brew would be […] The post 203 Perry Street appeared first on Cape May Magazine ..read more
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1101 New York Avenue
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by Bernie Haas
1y ago
The story of East Cape May began around 1900 with an idea to fill in the swamplands east of town and build a modern seaside resort complete with an enormous hotel and a deep-water harbor. The Hotel Cape May, the centerpiece of this project at the corner of Pittsburgh Avenue and the beach, would be […] The post 1101 New York Avenue appeared first on Cape May Magazine ..read more
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