Allenhurst is one of Monmouth County's most prestigious communities, and is the home of some of New Jersey's most highly desirable properties. Thanks to an array of magnificent historic homes, the Allenhurst real estate market appeals to a select group of buyers. Spectacular seaside colonials and classic Victorian houses sit alongside period ranch homes and beautiful waterfront idylls to create a delightful ambience.
This charming coastal borough sits neatly between Deal to the north, and Loch Arbor to the south. Its eastern border hugs the dramatic Atlantic coastline while the shores of Deal Lake make up its western boundary. Allenhurst, New Jersey homes occupy an area that was initially nothing more than a small rural enclave, where farming and fishing were the main economic backbone of the community.
From the late 1800s, there was a surge in residential development in the form of large detached homes, though Allenhurst has managed to retain its quaint, small-town feel. Immaculate beaches and a selection of excellent eateries add to the town's quiet appeal.
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