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Ship Bottom NJ Bay Side Vacation Rental 61249

226 W 13th Street,Ship Bottom
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Updated on September 19, 2019 at 4:00 am

  • Property ID: #61249
  • Unit: Whole
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Sleeps: 9
  • Type: House
  • Full Baths: 2
  • Town: Ship Bottom
  • Area: Bay Side

Features

  • BBQ Gas
  • Blankets
  • Blender
  • Cable TV
  • Ceiling Fans : 4
  • Central A/C
  • Coffee Maker
  • Deck Furniture
  • Dining Capacity (Inside) : 6
  • Dishwasher
  • Disposal
  • Dryer
  • Full Size Refrigerator
  • Furnished
  • Gas
  • Gas Heat
  • High Speed Internet
  • Ironing Board
  • Kitchen
  • Level Yard
  • Microwave
  • No Pets Accepted
  • Outside Shower
  • Oven
  • Parking : 4
  • Phone Activated
  • Private Yard
  • Private/Assoc Beach Access
  • Sofa Beds (Queen) : 1
  • Stove
  • Sun/Open Deck
  • Television : 1
  • Tenant Brings Linens
  • Toaster
  • Utils Incl. In Season
  • Utils Incl. Off Season
  • Utils Included
  • Vacuum
  • Virtual Tour
  • Washer
  • Wifi
  • Wired LAN
NOTE:

Bed Sizes

  • King : 0
  • Queen : 2
  • Full : 1
  • Single : 2
  • Bunk : 0
  • Sofa Bed : 1
  • Trundle : 0
  • Roll Away : 0
  • Futon : 0
  • Crib : 0
  • Air Mattress : 0
  • Daybed : 0

Rental Availability 2019

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Description

Ship Bottom Bay Side Home. Three Bedrooms/Two Baths.

“Three (3) Bedroom, two (2) Bath house, located in Ship Bottom. Close to shops, restaurants, mini golf, etc.

WiFi Access provided.

No smoking, and no pets permitted.”

Ship Bottom History: The area was quiet and deserted until the establishment of U.S. Life Saving Station # 20 in 1872. The station was named the Ship Bottom Station, and the surrounding community that grew around the station shared the name. When the Manahawkin and Long Beach Railroad was established in 1886, the trestle ended here in Ship Bottom. Several small developments grew around the Life Saving Station and the railroad stop. One of these developments was called Beach Arlington, and when the train station was named, the developers saw to it that their name was the one given to the stop. Thus, from 1892 until 1925, the community s name was Ship Bottom – Beach Arlington.
It was in 1925 that the borough separated from Long Beach Township.

Deposit Fees

  • Security Deposit : $300
  • Cleaning Deposit : $0
  • Pet Deposit : $0
  • Processing Fee : $40
  • Security Deposit Waiver : $79

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