The tax rate in Fair Haven is much higher but you get more for your money ..Either Town is great, feels like we are all one family. Fair Haven has that small town feel and Rumson has bigger properties so if you want privacy, Rumson may be a better fit.
The best thing to do is come for a visit and experience the towns . Driving down River Road when the sun is setting coming from the beach with my kids....doesn't get any better.... more
Your best bet is to contact a local real estate agent who can supply you with accurate comps from the MLS of sales in that area. It will save you a lot of time in the long run by avoiding searching online yourself. Good Luck!... more
88 Lafayette St., Rumson is currently under contract. However, if you are interested in seeing other homes in the Rumson area similar to this one, please give me a call and I would be happy to assist you.... more
Hi.....thank you for you question...these units are COAH....Limited to all the guidelines and restrictions of COAH...monthly fee are $150.00.......I work across the street from these units and have lived in Rumson for over 35 years...Please give me a call if I can be of further help to you.
Diane Van Vliet
Heritage House Sotheby's International Realty
23 West River Road
Rumson, N.J. 07760
732 859 2376... more
I just noticed this thread and although it is a bit aged, I thought I would let you know I am the architect who designed the home. Thank you for the compliment. I am very proud of the work there. If you are still in search of a home and need some architectural advice or service, please feel free to call me. I don't charge any fees to review and visit properties that you may be condidering for renovation, addition, or new construction.
Robert W. Adler, Jr.
office (732) 571-1010 x12
cell (732) 904-3929
Just closed on a great home on Red Coach Lane in Locust! It's a great area to live in...and yes, Locust, Rumson and Sea Bright share the same zip code..usually Locust shows up when you search under Middletown and then the Locust section. Good Luck!... more
I would say it depends on where you are looking to rent. Since you said summer, I am assuming you mean the shore areas. Most of those rentals cost upward of $20,000 for the season going as high as $10,000/wk.
Depending on which shore town, prices have been stable in most, and actually rising (on average) in others. I would take the rent money and put it towards the down payment and purchase something if you find something you like.... more