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The new home at the northern corner of Ocean Avenue at Ocean Pathway continues to evolve slowly:

New construction—Ocean Avenue at Ocean Pathway. October 14, 2012.  Photos by Paul Goldfinger

Moving westward up the Pathway, on the same side of the street, work proceeds at the Manchester site where 25 Ocean Pathway is making progress. It will have 7 bedrooms, 6.5 baths (this means that 6 1/2 people can go simultaneously, perhaps breaking a Guinness record for a single family house).  Also there will be 2 fireplaces (where you can roast marshmallows while waiting for a bathroom to become available) – -totaling 4,476 square feet.

There is a sign outside which says that the Manchester Inn contained two historic Victorian homes built in 1890 during the Ocean Grove “period of significance.”  The sign says that the designs for #25 and #27 are based on old photographs and maps and were approved by the HPC.   — Paul Goldfinger

25 Ocean Pathway. Ocean Grove, NJ. October 14, 2012.      PG

SOUNDTRACK: We don’t know if those two fireplaces will be roaring by Christmas, but we can imagine it. Here are Frankie S  and Old Red Eyes who are predicting a marshmallow world.:

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