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Bradley Beach, New Jersey, 07720
1 Bedroom$1,200 - $1,375
2 Bedrooms$1,445 - $1,625
Bradley Beach, New Jersey, 07720
1 Bedroom$1,095 - $1,245
Eatontown, New Jersey, 07724
1 Bedroom$1,100 - $1,170
2 Bedrooms$1,465 - $1,530
Eatontown, New Jersey, 07724
1 Bedroom$948 - $1,420
2 Bedrooms$1,333 - $1,790
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The population of this Atlantic Ocean spot is either 4,000 or 30,000. Take your pick. More precisely, pick anytime of year apart from summer if you're looking for the first figure. Bradley Beach is a resort town, and a family one at that. So, don't expect to see alot of hard bodies here, just soft bellies - and soft serve ice cream for the little ones in tow. Named after James A. Bradley, the guy that developed the town, it's a popular destination for both visitors and those seeking a seaside apartment. Namely, you.
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Home of everyone's favorite boss (and that's saying alot), Bruce Springsteen, Bradley Beach, New Jersey is a resort town that is no Disneyland, yet nonetheless manages to attract an annual inflow of vacationing families eager to enjoy the Atlantic coast's white sands and windswept shrubbery. But the tried and true folks that call Bradley Beach home aren't the weekend warriors that make this place a summertime destination, and they deserve some attention.
About a third of the households in Bradley Beach are married couples, and the median income for this Garden State locale is around 40k, more or less matching the nation's. Oh, and for every 100 females there were 99 males. There's a slight advantage in favor of the fellas on this score, though no fella in particular will likely notice.
Bradley Beach, like many of its neighbors, took a beating recently from Hurricane Irene, so forgive the place if it doesn't feel like its recent days have been a walk in the park. Or in this case, a day at the beach. Nevertheless, spirits are high enough to move forward with the city's tribute to Elvis concert in Riley Park. Rock on, Bradley Beach.
Making A Day Of It In Bradley Beach
The most obvious place to begin when scheduling for fun in Bradley Beach is, well, Bradley Beach itself. Its features include the obvious swimming, but also surfing, rafting, and even fishing, of the deep sea variety too if you're up for it. The Summer Gazebo Concert series makes for a jammin' way to come down from a sunburn gleaned from too many rays, and has turned out everything from country music to ragtime. Boynton Beach wants to stress that all performances are guaranteed to be spirited, but absolves itself of any responsibility for party poopers.
Get your hands on some shameless, delicious seafood grub at Bradley Beach Seafood Buffet. If the name doesn't tell you everything you need to know, then, well, you may know very little to begin with. For something other than seafood - and if you'll be living in Bradley Beach, it stands to reason that edible marine life may get old - try Giamano's. It's like the Olive Garden, but not. There's also FINS TropiCali Cuisine, with the name that piques more interest than a hedge fund. And for something of the alcoholic persuasion to wash it all down with, you could do far worse than grabbing a brew at D'Arcy's Tavern on Main Street, presumably Bradley Beach's ""main"" drag (lol).
Average Apartment Rent in Bradley Beach, New Jersey
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Bradley Beach Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Bradley Beach have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In September the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Bradley Beach apartment cost $1,229. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Bradley Beach rentals listed below.
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How is the school system in Bradley Beach?
Public education in Bradley Beach is provided by the Bradley Beach School District. Comprising just one school, this district serves nearly 300 students. Rated better than 22.0 percent of school districts in New Jersey and 66.3 percent of school districts in the country, Bradley Beach's school system fares poorly relative to the state, but quite well relative to the nation. There are also several private schools in the area.
I'm relocating. What's the weather like in Bradley Beach?
Bradley Beach, New Jersey has four distinct seasons, including warm summers, very cold winters, and relatively mild springs and autumns. Summer temperatures tend to be in the 70s and winter temperatures tend to be in the 30s. The average high temperature in July, the warmest month of the year, is 83 degrees Fahrenheit, while the average low temperature in January, the coldest month of the year, is 23 degrees Fahrenheit. On average Bradley receives 49 inches of precipitation annually. Rainfall is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year, although August tends to be the wettest month.
Do most people in Bradley Beach rely on public transportation?
A lot of people in Bradley Beach rely on public transportation, or at least compared to the rest of the country. Close to 4 percent uses mass transit as their primary mode of transportation, which is only 3 percent greater than the New Jersey average but 266 percent greater than the national average. NJ Transit is the main provider of public transportation in the area. The North Jersey Coast Line, which connects Bradley Beach to Newark and New York City, has a stop in town.