Spring Lake with its stately colonials and palatial ocean front homes offers an elegance that can be felt from Ocean Avenue to its downtown. The homes in Spring Lake offer a variety of architectural styles including Victorian, Coastal, and Contemporary.
Spring Lake, after which the town is named, is the centerpiece of this magnificent town with its two wooden walking bridges, tennis courts, children’s playgrounds and lakeside benches for enjoying its scenic view. The lake is also the site of fishing tournaments and model sailboat races.
Open space on the west side of the lake is the site of open air theater productions, including Shakespeare in the Park, town festivals and celebrations.
The landmark, majestic St. Catharine’s Catholic Church overlooks the shores of Spring Lake. Built in 1901, its impressive dome graces the landscape with an air of awe and elegance. The church is filled with the paintings of artist Gonippo Raggi, both original and replicas, as well as Irish-themed murals by Chicago based artist Thomas O’Shaughnessy.
The borough’s school children attend H.W. Mountz School from kindergarten to eighth grade before moving on to Manasquan High School.
The Essex and Sussex, with its rich history, sits prominently on Ocean Avenue and offers those 55 and over elegant, carefree living in beautiful studio and one bedroom condominiums. There is a warm, comfortable lobby for socializing and a high end dining room for residents and guests.
What To Love About Spring Lake
The Borough of Spring Lake is complete with a Third Avenue downtown home to high end clothing/accessory boutiques; BYOB restaurants; bottle shop; pizza parlor; Third Avenue Chocolate Shop and coffee shops.
The Spring Lake Community Theater, housed in the historic English Tudor library building, brings the best of Broadway to the Jersey Shore with professionally produced performances.
Affectionately known as the Irish Riviera, Spring Lake offers a touch of the Emerald Isle at the Jersey Shore, with The Irish Centre, selling all things Irish, the Blarney Cone ice cream shop and Tom Bailey’s Market.
Spring Lake’s beaches are wide and inviting while its two salt water pools offer residents an alternative to ocean swimming.
Marucci Memorial Park on South Boulevard has baseball fields, tennis courts and playgrounds.
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