If you admire historic homes, you won't want to miss seeing this one! Less than a 15-minute walk from Manasquan Beach and marinas, 324 Fisk Avenue was built in the 1890s from swamp cypress, a super strong wood that withstands all kinds of weather conditions. This well-designed house is one of the many lovely homes in Brielle dating to the latter part of the 19th century. A marble sidewalk leads up to the colorful front porch and entry way; the home is painted a soft blue with rust-hued trim; flowers dot the lawn from spring until fall. This home has ''character'': originally associated with ship builders at nearby Union Landing and during Prohibition, the attic was used for bootlegging. Today, its beauty is reminiscent of a more graceful era.
Courtesy of: Jack Green Realty Information Source: Monmouth Ocean Regional REALTORS®
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