Serving the NY Metropolitan area this waterfront community is the largest town in Monmouth County. Located on the east side offering panoramic views of the Raritan Bay, Navesink River, Sandy Hook National Park, and NJ shore. Home to several zip codes, yes it can be confusing, we should talk. A rich tapestry of affluent homes, architectural masterpieces, celebrity homes, equestrian farms, waterfront properties, modest bungalows, incredible beauty, and a storied past. Ice boating, recreational boaters from pontoons, catamarans to luxury motor yachts plus fishing, kitesurfing are found here seasonally.
Hartshorne Woods Park is a 736-acre county park with 16 miles of trails, several old military bunkers, and a small beach with a fishing pier on the Navesink River. Deep Cut Gardens, 54 acres of gardens and greenhouses, dedicated to the home gardener and native plants. Henry Hudson Trail and so many more. Some of the best golf courses Navesink Golf Club and Beacon Hill Country Club get top reviews.
Every imaginable amenity and convenience from Whole Foods Market, big box brand stores, boutiques, spas, garden centers to horse boarding and marina options. Commuters have numerous modes of transportation to choose from- train stations, Seastreak high speed ferry service, and Garden State Parkway exits 117, 114 and 109.
Neighboring towns include Red Bank, Fair Haven, Rumson, Holmdel, Colts Neck Hazlet and Shrewsbury.
From big to small intimate spaces, Colleen Meyler is the realtor of choice selling Monmouth County homes for over 30 years. She lived off the Navesink River Road, has family with an equestrian farm in Middletown. Contact Colleen Meyler, a certified residential specialist, directly 732.995.5102.
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