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Monmouth Beach is a tranquil town on the Jersey Shore. The town is decorated with historic Victorian houses and new multi-million dollar homes.  This exclusive town spans only one square mile, with the ocean to the east and the Shrewsbury River to the North West.

Commuting to New York City is as simple as a 5-10 minute drive to the Atlantic Highlands / Highlands where commuters board the Sea Streak Ferry to New York. 

Monmouth Beach is home to 3600 residents living in 1633 households.   50% of the population is married couples with approximately 23% of them have children under 18 living in the household.  The median age is 45 and the median income for a family is approximately $93,401.

Monmouth Beach is surrounded by other beach communities such as Sea Bright and Rumson, and the newly redeveloped Long Branch. Places to go in the area are Pier Village in Long Branch, Red Bank, and the numerous beaches all along the shore towns to the north and south.

Monmouth Beach is a popular destination for fisherman offering tranquil ocean waters and beautiful weather in summer, spring and fall. The Shrewsbury River which borders the town offers sailing, kayaking, and fishing.

The Monmouth Beach School District serves students in Kindergarten through 8th grade.  Students in grades 9 - 12, attend Shore Regional High School, a public high school that serves students from Monmouth Beach, Sea Bright, Oceanport and West Long Branch. 

If you have questions about property in Monmouth Beach, or if you would like Gloria Benaroch to find your perfect home, please call 732-245-4031 to discuss your preferences. 

10 Year Statistics on house in Monmouth Beach for sale, sold, pending, and expired

Monmouth Beach Average Sold Price 2008

Monmouth Beach Number of Sold Houses 2008

Graph below showing Number of house sold in Monmouth Beach from 1998 to 2007

Graph below showing Average house price SOLD in Monmouth Beach from 1998 to 2007

People who like a quiet town with a negligible crime history bordered by the ocean and a river with would enjoy Monmouth Beach. The borough is zoned residential except for a relatively small commercial section on Beach Road.


Location: Monmouth Beach is bordered by Long Branch to the south, Sea Bright to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Shrewsbury River to the west

Size: 1.1 square miles

Population: 3,664 (2004 county estimate)


The growth of Monmouth Beach begins with hotels: the Ocean House (1842), the Octagon Hotel (1879) and the five-level Peninsula House (1881).

The Church of the Precious Blood, 72 Riverdale Ave., was erected in 1893 by shipbuilders like an upside-down ship. The church began as a mission of Star of the Sea in Long Branch and became a full parish in 1947.

The Volunteer Fire Company organized in 1905 and in March 1906, Monmouth Beach seceded from Ocean Township and was incorporated.

The Monmouth Beach Board of Education was organized in 1906. A borough hall was erected in 1917 and in 1922, a post office was established at Beach Road and Riverdale Avenue.

The Channel Club, a restaurant and marina, opened in 1945.

Highlights, activities, events

The borough has two restaurants, beauty shops, a bank, a convenience store and a real estate agency in the Beach Road business section. The town has an elementary school for kindergarten through eighth grade.

Small as it is, Monmouth Beach has cultural resources fit for larger municipalities. Borough officials had the foresight to petition the state to allow the borough to convert a former Coast Guard station on Ocean Avenue to a Cultural Center. The Center, open Wednesdays through Saturdays, hosts art and photography exhibits.

Seasonal visitors are sent off on the Saturday after Labor Day with an annual Kids Day, featuring rides and games for children in Griffin Park, and culminating with a fireworks display at the borough Bathing Pavilion.









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