The median home value in Cape May Point,
NJ is $1,675,750.
the county median home value of $439,900.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Cape May Point,
NJ is $1,675,750.
Approximately 24% of
Cape May Point homes are owned,
compared to 2% rented, while
74% are vacant.
Cape May Point real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
If you like to see a property, contact Cape May Point real estate agent to arrange a tour
Learn more about living in Cape May Point
You can embrace a maintenance-free lifestyle with this raised ranch-style home in Cape May Point. Upon arrival, you'll find a paved parking area that can accommodate at least four cars, as well as bikes and a couple of beach buggies. The property is conveniently located just five houses away from the beach, about a block and a half from the Lighthouse, and four blocks from Lake Lily. Leave your car behind and easily walk to all these attractions. The home features a spacious deck perfect for outdoor dining, grilling your daily catch, sunbathing, or stargazing. Inside, an open floor plan awaits, with a living room boasting a gas fireplace, cathedral ceilings, a dining area, and a fully equipped kitchen. There are two bedrooms and a full hall bath, along with a master bedroom with a private bath, creating a well-thought-out layout. A bonus loft area is accessible via spiral steps, offering a view of the lighthouse and access to attic storage (with potential for expansion). For added convenience, there's a stackable washer-dryer in the hallway closet and a coat closet on the first floor. The home is elevated on pilings, providing ample storage underneath and a practical workshop space. You'll also appreciate the spacious outdoor shower and the hassle-free yard maintenance. Additionally, the property is only a 2-mile bike or car ride from the heart of Cape May, allowing you to easily explore attractions such as St. Peter's By-The-Sea, the Lighthouse, and the Sunken Ship. Cape May Point is renowned for its seasonal bird and butterfly migrations, making it a paradise for nature enthusiasts armed with binoculars. The area offers over 153 acres of natural beauty and more than 2 miles of nature trails, including a half-mile section on a raised boardwalk. You'll also discover a World War II bunker and two-gun mounts, originally built to protect the Delaware Bay. At the end of your street, a historic 157-foot-high lighthouse, constructed in 1859, offers breathtaking panoramic views of the picturesque Cape May Peninsula. This home may be sold fully furnished, right down to the silverware, with a negotiated contract. It's not a rental property and is move-in ready immediately. Simply unpack and start enjoying your new life in paradise. If you were to consider renting the property during peak season, you could potentially fetch a weekly price of around $3,800 to $4,000, accommodating up to 8 guests. Some photos of nearby attractions are included for your reference.