Mediterranean Villa on Seaspray Beach in Ocean City

The sun is shining and the early spring breezes are plentiful. It is the kind of day where reasonable people begin thinking about summertime shore trips. It is also when reasonable people reel at hotel prices and think “wouldn’t it just be better if we owned our own shore house?” This Ocean City property is a good place to start if you’re looking in the $3 million-plus range.

The four-bedroom home is built to mirror a Mediteranean villa (because when you’re on vacation at the shore, it is also convenient to feel occasionally like you’re simultaneously on a separate vacation). It is one home from the beach and offers panoramic Seaspray beach views as well as driveway access to the sand. The home is designed with shoobies in mind: there is an in-law suite on the first floor and separate master suite on the third floor. A floor of separation is convenient for families vacationing together.

The finishes in the home are all luxury. There is nary a stick of wicker furniture nor a seashell in sight. The closest the home comes to the traditional nautical theme is a sailboat mural on the ceiling. Outside is a beautifully manicured lawn and an inground pool.

Beds: 4
Baths: 4.5
Square feet: 3,239
Price: $3.25 million

Listing: 904 Seaview Road, Ocean City, NJ, 08226

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  • artcritic

    Oh boy. Doesn’t get much worse than this. This is as bad as any McMansion in the suburbs. Owner/builder has got to be from North Jersey. Sure not Main Line, Philadelphia. Honestly, O.C. used to be a lovely place.

  • bill deja

    It could kinda be nice, needs lots toning down, but it does not feel like a shore home to me, more like Boca Ratan IMO

  • Ken

    Shows you what a lot of money and no taste can produce. YUK!!