The Community of Island Beach Way


Imagine relaxing on the beach, soaking up the sun without a care in the world. Perhaps you might enjoy a leisurely jog or bike ride along the boardwalk before making the biggest decision of your day: whether to host a backyard cookout with family and friends or stroll down to one of the many nearby restaurants. It sounds like the makings of an unforgettable vacation, but that’s simply not the case. This is your everyday.

Welcome to Island Beach Way, a spectacular enclave of 26 single-family homes in beautiful Seaside Heights, NJ. Nestled between Barnegat Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, Island Beach Way offers you the many outstanding features you would expect to find in a neighborhood of this caliber, all in the stunning setting of a charming seaside town. Here you can enjoy life at the shore without sacrificing the luxuries to which you are accustomed: each of the five models boasts spacious and practical floor plans and are richly appointed with highly-desirable amenities. In keeping with the carefree beach lifestyle, you’ll never have to worry about landscaping or driveway maintenance. The benefit of a Homeowners Association (HOA) gives you the freedom and peace of mind to enjoy your property without the hassle.

With homes starting at $339,000 — and the benefit of a generous tax abatement program and other incentives — there’s never been a better time to buy! Today is the day to follow yourdreams and make the beach lifestyle your reality. Island Beach Way is beckoning you…


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Directions to Island Beach Way: Take Route 70 East to Route 37 East (from Philadelphia) or Garden State Parkway to Exit 82/Route 37 East. Travel Route 37 East (a.k.a. Little League World Champions Boulevard) for 7 miles, crossing over the Thomas Mathis Bridge. Follow signs around the circular ramp toward Seaside Heights; as the ramp divides, stay to the left and then turn left onto Bay Boulevard. Make your second right onto Grant Avenue. You will find Island Beach Way two blocks east at the intersection of Grant and West Central Avenues.