Construction Underway on New Luxury Homes One Block From Ocean & Bay

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NORMANDY BEACH, N.J., May 11, 2018 —Award-winning builder Sharbell Development Corp. and Weichert New Homes have announced that construction of the first homes is well underway at Normandy Beach, an upscale shore community in Ocean County. With the arrival of warmer weather, construction is moving full steam ahead, and the model home is expected to be complete by the end of the year.

In total, Sharbell will build 21 exceptional new homes.  These luxury, single-family homes are located just one block from both the Atlantic Ocean and Barnegat Bay and meet the latest building codes and standards for New Jersey shore properties.

Four shore-inspired designs are available, ranging in size from approximately 3,200 to 3,800 square feet and featuring three stories of luxury living, some with ocean views! Flexible floor plans offer five bedrooms, up to five baths and a two-car garage. Gourmet kitchens boast granite countertops and Jenn-Air™ stainless steel appliances, and outdoor decks provide the perfect spot for alfresco meals or just breathing in the sea air.  Buyers can customize their homes with numerous upgrades and options, including elevators. Pricing begins at $925,000 for these beautiful beach retreats. Floor plans can be viewed on www.sharbell.com.

Normandy Beach, where 74 percent of residences are second homes, is a hidden gem on the Jersey Shore, just south of Mantoloking in Ocean County. Residents enjoy a relaxed shore lifestyle separate from the hustle and bustle of the tourist areas, with all the wonderful amenities of a beach town. Boating, fishing, yacht clubs and marinas are just minutes away. The town offers fun family events throughout the summer, and numerous restaurants, markets and shops are located within the community. Boardwalk attractions and children’s amusements are conveniently located nearby in Point Pleasant and Seaside Heights.

Normandy Beach is easily accessed from the Garden State Parkway via routes 70 and 34 to Route 35, which runs the length of Barnegat Peninsula. As an alternative, NJ Transit® has a rail stop in Bay Head on the North Jersey Coast Line, for stress-free travel from northern New Jersey and New York City.

For more information about this collection of new luxury homes, contact Arthur “Art” Halloran, sales representative, at Weichert, Realtors’ Normandy Beach office. He can be reached at 732-793-6484 (office) or 908-432-6753 (cell).