Brigantine Beach Homes for Sale

Live, Love Brigantine... whether you live here or just love to visit, Brigantine is the island you'll love for life!

Though Brigantine is a rather small island, we are host to a number of diverse areas. As you travel over our bridge and look to the right, you will capture a glimpse of our sandy beaches, dotted with vehicles and watercraft. This area is known as, The Cove. Heading east along the beach, you will reach the section know as, The Jetty. The Cove is infamous for festive gatherings, while The Jetty is a favorite spot for local surfers. Both of these areas are accessible by four wheel drive vehicles, with appropriate permits. The Cove & Jetty are both located in the Southend of the island. The popular Sea Pointe neighborhood is also located in our southend. Many Sea Pointe homes are walking distance to The Cove and Jetty beaches and enjoy the glistening lights of Atlantic City’s skyline sitting directly across the water. The southend also features a number of condominiums and townhomes, perfect for the visitor looking for a low-maintenance getaway. Heading north from beach to bay you will enter the A-Zone, named for its R2A zoning. A-Zone homes generally feature larger lot sizes and many have accompanying alleys. Throughout the A-Zone, most properties are a short stroll to the beach. Traveling further you head to the Northend of our island. The Northend features single family, multi-family and condominiums. The northend beaches tend to be narrower, therefore a shorter walk to hit the sand. At the western reaches of Brigantine, you will stumble upon what is commonly known as, the Golf Course area. Single family homes nestled between the greens of our beautiful public 18 hole golf course, The Links at Brigantine Beach. We invite you to explore each area and choose the perfect spot for your Brigantine adventure!



Points of Interest

Great Places to Visit While in Brigantine Beach, New Jersey

Brigantine Lighthouse – Constructed by the Island Development Real Estate Company in 1926 as part of an effort to attract residents to the island, the structure was too far from shore and too low to be used as a functioning lighthouse and has been used over the years as headquarters for the Brigantine Police Department, as a museum and as a gift shop, in addition to be a central identifying symbol of the city.
Marine Mammal Stranding Center – Established in 1978 as the state’s only marine stranding center, the center rehabilitates and releases stranded marine mammals and sea turtles, rescuing more than 4,800 whales, dolphins, seals and sea turtles since it was formed.
Part of the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge is located on the northern end of Brigantine Island. The Refuge provides crucial habitat for many different types of endangered or threatened birds, including the American Bald Eagle, Peregrine Falcon, American Black Duck, and the Piping Plover.
The Brigantine Hotel, still standing on the Atlantic coast side of the island, was an early integrated hotel starting in the 1940s, and was owned for a period by Father Divine’s International Peace Mission movement.  It is currently an operating hotel.  You can click here to book.

Historical Museum & Society

Brigantine Historical Society and MuseumThe Brigantine Historical Society was formed to preserve the Island’s past. Through their efforts and the efforts of Brigantine’s town historian, Howard “Fritz” Haneman, the Brigantine Historical Museum opened in 1992 and is located adjacent to the Marine Mammal Stranding Center. Exhibits include a large collection of photographs from the 19th and early 20th centuries as well as many artifacts from days gone by. Stop in and stroll through Brigantine’s unique past.

3607 Brigantine Boulevard, (609) 266-9339

Open 11:00 am to 2:00 pm every weekend from Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day and 11:00 am to 2:00 pm daily mid-June to Labor Day


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Things to Do!

A wonderful resource for your visit in Brigantine Beach, New Jersey

The obvious highlight of Brigantine is the beaches! Our beautiful beaches are the perfect gathering grounds for summertime. So many memories have been made on the beaches of Brigantine and so many are yet to be made. The below features the specific activities that can be found on Brigantine’s beaches and where to find them.

Brigantine has made the way to the top of the list as New Jersey’s best towns for ecotourism. From clean beaches and bays to a complete wildlife reserve and an observation deck that looks over the land of wild foxes, Brigantine is a treat for anyone. Brigantine even has a Marine Mammal Stranding Center, which nurses sick marine mammals back to health before releasing them back to their natural habitats. One last thing: don’t be surprised if you see a horse on the north end beaches. Horseback riding is a secret activity that locals and tourists alike are often unaware of!
Farmer's Market
Farmer’s Market

Brigantine’s Farmer’s Market is located at the corner of 15thStreet South and Revere Boulevard every Saturday from 8:30am to noon, beginning June 28th through August 16th, rain or shine. With over 30 vendors, the market has all of your local food needs, from produce to baked goods. Bring a reusable bag and stock up on your greens to bring home and cook up with your backyard barbeque! More information available at

Four Wheel Drive Beach

Driving a four-wheel drive is permitted on the beach, as long as a permit is obtained. (See fee table below.)

Four Wheel Drive BeachApplicants should present a valid driver’s license, auto registration and proof of insurance.  Permit holders must follow rules and regulations of permit.

How awesome is it that you can drive your vehicle on Brigantine beaches with a permit (see links for info). So load up the family and park your 4 wheel vehicle on the beach for the day. So grab the beach chairs, bucket and shovel and take the whole family to the beach for some

4 Wheel Drive Permits will go on sale December 1st at the Brigantine Beach Community Center located on 42nd Street.

Driving a four-wheel drive is permitted on the beach, as long as a permit is obtained. (See fee table below). Permits will be now be valid from January till December. Permit holders must follow rules and regulations of permit. Permanently Disabled persons need to provide documentation with proof of permanent disability to receive discount. For information regarding permits please call 266-2891.

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