You can have One Floor Living in a two story home with a first floor master suite w fireplace, open airy floor plan with 9 rooms on the first floor. Bonus space w loft living space, bedroom & full bath, on the second floor for your relatives or guests. Opportunity knocks in The Gatherings at Cape May 55 plus community. This bright and airy Beazer St Andrews home was built in 2009. It features a granite & stainless steel kitchen, tile backsplash, center island with seating, upgraded cabinets, cabinet crown molding, upgraded trim, pantry, breakfast area, dining room, living room, great room, den & sun room, 3 large bedrooms, 3 full baths, laundry room & large storage room. Lots of closets. Front Porch & Rear Patio. Custom Tile Surround in Tub & Shower, Laminate Floors in main living areas, Tile in baths and Laundry Room, Carpets in bedrooms and Loft. Lots of Upgraded Lighting and Recessed Lights, Alarm System, Central Air, Two Natural Gas Fireplaces, Natural Gas heat, Natural Gas Hot Water. 2 car garage, Only 4 miles to the Wildwood Beach, 7 mi to Cape May Beach, 8 mi to Stone Harbor Beach. Especially convenient to shopping too. In a wonderful planned community of 115 energy efficient single family homes. Lawn + garden care and snow removal is taken care of by the association. Enjoy the clubhouse, heated pool and activities. Never mow or shovel again. All this is included in a low $165 per month association fee. This community is an excellent location for your full time residence, your summer vacation home or your transition from your current life to the life at the shore you always wanted. Call now to arrange a visit to see this home, clubhouse and community. You should be enjoying the good life too.
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