The Allen family farm was purchased in 1895 and the .028 square mile land area of “Allenhurst” was formed. Allenhurst has become one of the wealthier towns on the New Jersey Shore. The large Victorian and Tudor-Style homes, as well as the small-town feel of the neighborhood today make Allenhurst a desirable place to live and to visit. The picturesque town has small shops, an award-winning bakery and fine restaurants while a nearby lake offers fishing and canoeing. A popular place in Allenhurst is The Beach Club. Situated at the end of Corlies Road, the beautiful club has pools and a restaurant open during the summer.
Spotlight on: Allenhurst!
Our company was founded in Allenhurst in 1906, so clearly we love the town. Allenhurst, Interlaken, Deal, and Loch Arbor are four very small towns just north of Asbury Park. Driving down the wide, tree-lined streets you find the pace is a little slower than other towns on the Jersey Shore.
Top 6 Reasons to Love Allenhurst:
- You won’t find condos or a raucous night life. What you will find are great people with a strong sense of community. And the area’s wealth, carefully policed streets and historical roots give residents a chance to take life a little easier.
- Bonuses of these gorgeous towns include uncrowded beaches, wide streets for bike-riding, active garden clubs, and the beautiful Deal Lake for fishing and canoeing.
- Take a stroll down Main Street and you’ll find a gourmet bakery, restaurants, a spa, and antique shops.
- The train rolls right into the open train station and everyone is in walking distance to home or their vacation rental.
- Down by the beach you can relax and have dinner with a view of the ocean at Mr C’s.
- The towns really come alive during the summer months, when the Deal Casino and Conover Pavilion become the centers of activity.