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Historic homes in West Cape May latest in Cape Resorts' restoration series

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Historic cottages in West Cape May undergoing renovations include the Philip Hand House, the Winona and the Carriage House.
Historic cottages in West Cape May undergoing renovations include the Philip Hand House, the Winona and the Carriage House. - ()

Work is underway on three historic cottages located on the 62-acre Beach Plum Farm in West Cape May, owned by Cape Resorts Managing Partner Curtis Bashaw and Partner Will Riccio.

The real estate development firm, which operates out of New York and New Jersey, manages six hotel properties, with several more under development. The historic homes are being updated while maintaining vintage charm. 

The cottages include the Philip Hand House, built in the mid-1700s; the Winona, a popular 1920s model of mail-order houses from Sears, Roebuck and Co.; and the Carriage House, which boasts a wood-burning stove. 

The cottages will be available starting this summer for overnight stays. They sleep up to a dozen guests and are equipped with full kitchens, living rooms, dining areas and screened porches. 

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Elana Knopp

Elana Knopp


Elana Knopp covers all things real estate for NJBIZ. You can contact her at eknopp@njbiz.com.

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