High Bar Harbor Long Beach Island LBI NJ Real Estate

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High Bar Harbor NJ and the LBI NJ Real Estate Market

High Bar Harbor Real Estate

The High Bar Harbor real estate market is unique among the different real estate markets of Long Beach Island in that much of the area is waterfront, yet it is separated from the rest of LBI. The average price of a home in the High Bar Harbor real estate market is about $1,100,000 but the price per square foot is only about $500. Homes tend to sell a little slower in the High Bar Harbor real estate market since with an average between 175 and 200 days on the market.

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High Bar Harbor NJ

High Bar Harbor is located on a small island off of Long Beach Island NJ. Attached to Long Beach Island (or LBI) andBarnegat Light only by a two lane road, High Bar Harbor is arguably the most unique location on Long Beach Island NJ. High Bar Harbor is part of Long Beach Township and offers a very quiet setting with large areas of natural preserves and breathtaking views of Barnegat Lighthouse across the bay.


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