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Best properties on the market

This week: Homes in historic Cape May, N.J.

1. Hughes Street The city of Cape May is recognized as a National Historic Landmark district for its concentration of structures built during the Victorian period. Located one block from the ocean, this four-bedroom house was built in 1847 in the center of the Historic District. Renovated in 2007, it has a gourmet kitchen, Heritage custom cabinetry, and an indoor sauna. The exterior of the house has a mansard roof and two stories of open porches. $2,100,000. Charity Clark McBride, Chris Clemans/Sotheby’s International Realty, (609) 884-3332

2. Beach Avenue Built in 2002, this eight-bedroom waterfront house has views of the Atlantic Ocean. Interior details include an open floor plan with cathedral ceilings, a sunroom, and a spa bathroom. The exterior of the home has a screened-in porch, multiple decks, and an outdoor shower. $4,150,000. Patricia Gray Hendricks, (609) 333-3153

3. Columbia Avenue Currently open as the Mainstay Inn, this house was a 19th-century gambling den for gentlemen. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the property has an additional building set off from the inn by gardens and a fountain. The main building has six bedrooms, and the cottage includes six guest rooms and an apartment. $2,995,000. Christina P. Clemans, Chris Clemans/Sotheby’s International Realty, (609) 884-3332 

4. Yacht Avenue This three-bedroom home is located on Cape Island Creek, near Cape May Harbor. The three-story house, built in 2006, has its own bulkhead and boat slip, two decks, and an outdoor shower. Interior details include cathedral ceilings, custom woodwork, and a gourmet kitchen. $1,999,999. Dagmer Chew, Homestead Real Estate, (609) 884-1888

5. New Jersey Avenue This 10-bedroom, 12-bathroom house is a block from the ocean. Interior features include an elevator that services the four floors, 10-foot ceilings, and two kitchens. Exterior details include a widow’s walk, a cupola, multiple decks, two screened-in porches, and an enclosed patio. $2,495,000. Ellen Shaw, Chris Clemans/Sotheby’s International Realty, (609) 884-3332 

6. Decatur Street Built in 1890, this six-bedroom Victorian is located a block from the Atlantic Ocean. The house was recently renovated and features new kitchens and baths, a second-floor sunporch, and hardwood floors. Exterior features include an outdoor shower, a three-car parking area, and a private fenced yard. $1,299,000. Jim Rambo, Coastline Realty, (609) 884-5005

Steal of the week7. Washington Street Built in 1890, this three-bedroom Victorian is located on the edge of town near the Cape May Marina. The house features new carpets, crown molding, and built-in shelving. The property has an outdoor shower and a workshop. $309,999. Dagmer Chew, Homestead Real Estate, (609) 884-1888

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