- Posted by Brenda Mcintyre
- On December 21, 2016
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At Brenda McIntyre Realty we pride ourselves in our local knowledge of the area. More than half of our realtors have grown up here in Monmouth County and have a personal love, appreciation and extensive knowledge of the area.
“I love that we are an active community,” said Karen Ball, a realtor and 10-year resident of Monmouth County, NJ. “There are always people out – walkers, bikers, kids meeting at Crazee’s for ice cream. It’s a great place to live.”
There is plenty to do and many scenic views to see. From family parks to fine dining to town shopping, Northeastern Monmouth County is an area that is loved and lived in by our realtors.
“You will always meet people taking a scenic drive to visit our community,” Karen added. “Come see the beaches in summer, the turning leaves in fall, the beautiful holiday lights in winter. It’s a great destination – for a week or day-trip. I love having family and friends stay.”
Friends and family can visit and stay at the Blue Bay Inn. Grab an early morning coffee together from Brennan’s, or stop for a sit-down breakfast at the Turning Point of Little Silver. The French Market in Rumson has outdoor dining and French pastries. Or, you might like to try the gourmet pastries at Cups & Cakes.
Head to Sickle’s Farmers Market for a wander and then go to Victory Park to take in spectacular views of the Navesink and Middletown. Crazees, a Family Ice Cream Store, located in Rumson, would be great to visit after seeing a family film at Atlantic Cinema in Atlantic Highlands.
The New York City skyline is sparkling just over the water. Whether for work or for fun there are many ways to make your way there. Head straight to Penn Station and Madison Garden via Little Silver Train Station and NJ Transit, or make your way to Wall Street and Lower Manhattan (taking in views of Brooklyn and the Statue of Liberty) via the Seastreak Ferry departing at the Atlantic Highlands and Highlands Marinas.
For more information about the area please stop into our office or call one of our agents.
We are currently looking for more great places to feature in our next video. If you have a business, a favorite place or a suggestion that we can add….we would love to hear from you! Contact the office on 732-747-7717 or, email Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org.