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    107 Coral

    Cape May Point, NJ 08212
    • $850,000
    • STATUS: Pending
    • ON SITE: 44 days
    • MLS #: 210269
    Pending
    UPDATED: 42 min ago
    $850,000
    • 0
      BEDS
    • N/A
      ACRES
    • 0
      BATHS
    • 0
      1/2 BATHS
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    Corner lot, beach block, 50 x 100, possible water views. One of the few remining lots left in Cape May Point to build your dream home on. Wonderful beach with ramp, deck and picnic tables. As you can see by the photos beach back passing is happening. The beach project is a joint effort of the Army Corps Philadelphia District, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Borough of Cape May Point, City of Cape May, Lower Township, The Nature Conservancy, and Cape May Point State Park. The contract calls for "backpassing," which means sand will be excavated from areas along the upper beach instead of dredging the sand from offshore borrow areas or inlets. Work will involve excavating approximately 164,000 cubic yards of sand from the upper beach. The sand will then be placed in two locations: The Cove Beach, in Cape May, (114,000 cubic yards of sand) and Saint Petes Beach, in Cape May Point (50,000 cubic yards of sand). The redistribution of sand from the upper to lower beach will return the area to the design elevation and will also serve to benefit beach-nesting birds, such as the Piping Plover and Least Terns. Eleven pairs of Piping Plovers nested in the project area after it was originally built; however, no birds have nested there in the past five years, in part due to the lack of suitable nesting habitat. The initial construction for the Lower Cape May Meadows-Cape May Point ecosystem restoration project was completed, in 2007, and has been nourished/repaired in subsequent years. Work is designed to reduce damages from coastal storm events and to protect the valuable fish and wildlife habitat that exists on the beach and in the wetlands behind the dune.

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    Listing information © 2021 Cape May County Association of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service. Information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS or The Oceanside Realty Team | Keller Williams Jersey Shore. IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Data last updated 2021-03-08T21:49:39.823.
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    107 Coral Cape May Point, NJ 08212

    • Price: $850,000
    • Status: Pending
    • Updated: 42 min ago
    • MLS #: 210269
    0
    Beds
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    Baths
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    ½ Baths
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    Acres
    Neighborhood:
    03-Cape May Point
    Area:
    Cape May Point
    Property Description
    Corner lot, beach block, 50 x 100, possible water views. One of the few remining lots left in Cape May Point to build your dream home on. Wonderful beach with ramp, deck and picnic tables. As you can see by the photos beach back passing is happening. The beach project is a joint effort of the Army Corps Philadelphia District, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Borough of Cape May Point, City of Cape May, Lower Township, The Nature Conservancy, and Cape May Point State Park. The contract calls for "backpassing," which means sand will be excavated from areas along the upper beach instead of dredging the sand from offshore borrow areas or inlets. Work will involve excavating approximately 164,000 cubic yards of sand from the upper beach. The sand will then be placed in two locations: The Cove Beach, in Cape May, (114,000 cubic yards of sand) and Saint Petes Beach, in Cape May Point (50,000 cubic yards of sand). The redistribution of sand from the upper to lower beach will return the area to the design elevation and will also serve to benefit beach-nesting birds, such as the Piping Plover and Least Terns. Eleven pairs of Piping Plovers nested in the project area after it was originally built; however, no birds have nested there in the past five years, in part due to the lack of suitable nesting habitat. The initial construction for the Lower Cape May Meadows-Cape May Point ecosystem restoration project was completed, in 2007, and has been nourished/repaired in subsequent years. Work is designed to reduce damages from coastal storm events and to protect the valuable fish and wildlife habitat that exists on the beach and in the wetlands behind the dune.
    Exterior Features

    Frontage 50 Location Beach BlockCornerIsland Lot Size 50 X 100 Lot Size Range 1 To 6000 Sqft Topography Wooded

    Property Features

    Bank Owned No Land Type Residential Vacant Lot Near Beack Block Subject To Third Party Approval No Tax Year 2020 Taxes 3377 Zoned R Zoning Residential

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