19th-Century Dutch Colonial Dream Home

Somerset House, located in the St. Leonard’s Tract in Ventnor, is the perfect place for people looking for top-of-the-line move-in ready condition: The 19th-century Dutch Colonial dream home is being sold fully furnished, which includes custom-made furnishings and window treatments. The well-appointed home, which underwent renovations in 2010, also includes a gourmet kitchen, hardwood floors, and six spacious bedrooms. It boasts a large front porch and in-ground pool—both of which are perfect for relaxing on a warm summer day.

1 S. Somerset Ave., Ventnor, NJ
Price: $2,150,000
Bedrooms: 6
Bathrooms: 5 full, 1 half
MLS: 410772

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  • James Lemon

    I’m a die hard WVU fan. Would love the addition of Tavon Austin. He is the most explosive and exciting player I have ever watched play the game.

  • DutchEagle

    I don’t think we need another small and speedy receiver. Rather have a big red zone target who can actually block someone..

  • BrickSquadMonopoly

    I know its kinda hard to say right now but how do you guys think Austin stacks up to DJax in terms of physical ability.

  • Christian Ficara

    If we were stacked on the lines I’d be all for it. The problem is that, as much as the game has changed to favor the offense, it’s still won in the trenches and we don’t have enough quality there yet.

  • Myke Lowery

    rather get Goodwin late (late third?) or Harvin if available and cheap than Austin in the second (or late first) since he compares directly to djax.

  • Shawn

    Goodwins skill does not even compare to Austin.

  • wydok

    So… is this guy a receiver or a RB?

  • ICDogg

    I like the guy, but you can’t have everyone…