Welcome to the Deep South End of beautiful Ocean City! Our first floor, newly renovated and furnished condo is near 59th & Asbury, just one block from two guarded beaches and the beautiful nature trails of Corson's Inlet State Park. Amenities include: 3 bedrooms (1 queen in the master bedroom and 2 twins in each of the remaining BRs), 2 full bathrooms, a beautiful new kitchen with all-new appliances and cookware, and an open floor plan. The master and adjacent bedrooms open onto a spacious and furnished covered rear deck and the dining area opens to a beautiful front covered deck for outdoor dining and morning sun! Other features include: 4 TVs, wifi, central air, ceiling fans in every room, indoor laundry, protected storage area, off-street parking, 4 beach tags, and outdoor shower. For entertainment, it's just a short drive to the boardwalk and downtown restaurants. Local take-out, bike rental, and market are available within walking distance on 55th Street.
|-||Nightly rate||Weekly rate||Monthly rate||Min. Stay||Changeover Day|
|Rate summary||-||$2,300 - $3,000||-||7 Nights||-|
|06/11/2022 - 06/17/2022||-||-||$2,300||-||7 Nights||Sat - Sat|
|06/18/2022 - 06/24/2022||-||-||$2,500||-||7 Nights||Sat - Sat|
|06/25/2022 - 07/01/2022||-||-||$2,900||-||7 Nights||Sat - Sat|
|07/02/2022 - 07/08/2022||-||-||$3,000||-||7 Nights||Sat - Sat|
|07/09/2022 - 07/15/2022||-||-||$3,000||-||7 Nights||Sat - Sat|
|07/16/2022 - 07/22/2022||-||-||$3,000||-||7 Nights||Sat - Sat|
The Deep South End:
Our home is closest to the last two guarded beaches in Ocean City: 58th Street and 60th Street, which are just two minutes walking distance from our house to the beach entrances. Our home is second from the corner of 59th and Asbury which is one block from the beach entrance. 59th Street borders Corson’s Inlet State Park, and is the last developed block of the island. Beginning at 57th Street, there are no beach front properties. All properties that view the beach are across (on the “bayside” of) Central Ave. So, at 58/59 and Central you will see the Lifeguard Patrol Station with bathrooms and a parking lot for the park and beach. This lot is vacant at the close of the day, and the neighborhood boasts peaceful and quiet evenings.
Beach access is a short and easy walk down 59th Street where you can enter the beach 1 of 3 ways. To the right of 59th street there are two entrances that put you onto 60th Street beach (there actually is no 60th Street in OCNJ) where you can choose to sit close to the guard or continue south onto the expansive beach of the nature park that leads to the beautiful south point of the island. It is very open there, and crowds are low as you head south a bit. If you decide to use the third entrance that is actually accessed in the parking area, (just south of the Lifeguard station), you will be right by the 58th street guarded beach. The two guard stands are very close together so you can easily find a spot that suits you and the options are many.
In our opinion, a “must-do activity” at our end is to walk around the the south point during low tide, if you love nature, beach walks and beachcombing/shelling. You can wave to people at the Strathmere point as well! Swimming at the point is prohibited because of the currents from the inlet, but you may see some people fishing and some mild water sports there. Off of the beach are trails in the park that people enjoy for birding and exploring. Wildlife is best at the south end if you enjoy that!
Being at the end of the island has advantages of smaller crowds, although Summer is pretty full everywhere!
Beyond 55th street there are only developed houses on Central, Asbury and West. This contributes to the quiet of the Deep South End that the neighbors all enjoy.
For close food, (besides the ice cream trucks that come by the beaches all day), 55th street has Sacko Subs, Mike’s Seafood, A’ La Mode ice cream shop, Mallon’s sticky buns, Boyer’s Market (for take out and small grocery needs) Captain Bob’s Family restaurant, and soon to be opened, Aneu Kitchens! https://aneucatering.com/ocean-city
The Sea Gull Shop on 55th is a wonderful place for fishing tackle, beach chairs and supplies. A bike rental is also available at 55th and West. We are a very short drive from Strathmere which boasts more wonderful restaurants for take-out or dining.
The closest supermarket is Acme at 34th. There is a Wawa, CVS, Hoy’s, farmer’s market and gas station at 34th, as well as access to the mainland and stores for shopping and spirits in Marmora. Just over the bridge at 34th street you can access the Garden State Parkway to head to other shore points.
If you love to cook and prefer eating in, our kitchen has all you need to have fun with that!
In the summer, the shopping and entertainment section of the boardwalk is about a 15-minute drive. Daytime bike rides to the boardwalk are only about a 3-4 mile ride. Another bike ride people enjoy is the causeway road (accessible from 56th/Bay) that leads to the Rush Chattin bridge at Corson’s Inlet and then on to Strathmere! Wonderful sunsets can be viewed on the point, at the inlet, or from the beach as the sun drops over Corson’s!
We hope you enjoy the Deep South End should you decide to stay!
We had the best vacation at this rental! It is a lovely home, very clean and so close to the beach! The hosts are so friendly and sitting on the porch listening to the waves was just the best!
Stayed August, 2021
Lovely home. Kept well ,quiet location and a quick jaunt to the beach. Happy a Grill was provided. Love the privacy of the front porch. Great breeze and you can hear the sea! Very nicely appointed
Stayed July, 2021
Our family of four stayed in this lovely and cozy condo the last week of June and enjoyed our stay thoroughly. Throughout the reservation process, the owners were friendly, responsive, accommodating, and went above and beyond to answer our questions.
We actively took advantage of the NJ shore area activities and attractions. We liked having the option of the life guarded beach or the less crowded Corsen's Inlet beach. Upon living in the space, one can immediately tell and appreciate the level of detail that went into organizing and decorating the condo. The front and back porches are perfect for quiet breakfasts or relaxing evenings. The kitchen is well appointed for the motivated cook. We also appreciated other thoughtful details such as the gas grill, sliding glass door with built in blinds, and ceiling fans (we never used them, the AC worked exceptionally well!). Having dish towels, bed comforters, pillow covers, and clothes drying rack provided was very convenient. We were grateful for the cleaning supplies, beach tags, and even toilet paper to get us started.
Thank you Erik and Jill for sharing this beach getaway with others.
Stayed June, 2021
This rental is a wonderful, cozy, comfortable home with wonderful beach accents. It's super clean, very quiet, ideal location to beach and away from the hubbub of 9th street and 34th street. Very relaxing and cozy, well equipped kitchen for breakfast, quick lunches and dinners. Outdoor shower is terrific after the beach and beach chairs and umbrella work very well. Thank you!
Stayed June, 2021
Beach was very close . House was perfect . Everything in house was super clean. We will be coming again ...Thank you for such a pretty home. Love the turtles!
Stayed May, 2021
When I sold the hosts their condo it was completely unfurnished. They upgraded with a new refrigerator, garbage disposal and outdoor security lighting and will be installing an outdoor shower before summer. Their condo is cute, cozy and clean with a cool shore vibe! Just one block to the beach too! The hosts thought of everything!
Stayed February, 2021