20th Anniversary Winners!

The time has come to announce our giveaway winner, but first we want to thank all those who submitted and shared their Homestead memories with us!

Our 20th Anniversary Giveaway photo contest had many submissions and we’re appreciative of all your memories shared with us! After polling our staff, we were unable to pick between two final contestants – so we decided to reward both of them!


 

Our grand prize winner is Mike Levy, who had used Homestead as his buying agent in his home purchase in West Cape May in 2014! Here’s his story and how Homestead helped find his happy place.

 

 

“It can be said that Mike has Cape May running through his veins. He has been coming to Cape May for at least 25 years and has spent most of his early summers working at numerous local spots around town. Cape May also holds a very special place in his heart, because Cape May is where he proposed to his wife. In 2014, Mike and his family knew that they had to continue to make Cape May part of their family’s life and made the leap by purchasing a family home of their own in West Cape May. Homestead Real Estate represented him with his purchase and continues to help Mike make Cape May a second home for him and his loving family.”


 

Our runner-up is Pat McKinley who has rented through Homestead. Her story specifically touches on her 2014 rental which was her mother’s last trip to Cape May. Pat has won 20% off her next linen order for her rental through Homestead!

 

 

“The Weekend of September 14, 2014”

 

 

Mom’s last trip to Cape May. We rented two condos on the beach through Homestead Real Estate. Mom was surrounded by family and we had an amazing weekend walking the boardwalk, family dinners, relaxing around the pool and a walk on the beach. Mom’s wish to walk on the beach was made possible by the handicapped beach wheelchairs available at the Lifeguard Station.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

We thank you all again for sharing your loving memories with us and we look forward to creating many more memories with you!

 

 

Early Summer in Cape May

Memorial Day weekend has come and gone, and we can tell you for sure the town was buzzing with people. A visit to Cape May post Memorial Day, is perfect for those looking for some quiet beach time.

 

 

Around town there are so many great activities and things to do.

Starting Friday, June 1st, the Spring Sidewalk Sale starts at the Washington Street Mall. This is an entire weekend event, so if you cannot make it on Friday, try again on Saturday or Sunday! What else can be better than taking a stroll on the mall and buying Cape May souvenirs?!

 

 

 

If you are a strawberry lover, you must stop over at Wilbraham Park for the anticipated Strawberry Festival. The festivities start at 9:00 am until 5 pm, on Saturday, June 2nd.   You and your family can enjoy strawberries in both edible and non-edible forms.   While there, stop by the Homestead booth and meet our Sales Team!  Get your photo taken at our Giant Strawberry Photo Area.   JUST….in case of rain the rain date is Sunday June 3rd.

 

 

 

On Sunday, June 3rd, Aleathea’s Restaurant is organizing a Champagne Jazz Brunch starting at 10:00 am. While you enjoy a delicious brunch, you will listen to Mary Lou Newman and Sonny Troy perform music from the Great American Songbook. Also, on June 3rd, Cape May Restaurant Week begins! Restaurants around town will have prix fixe delicious set menus at a reduced early season selection. You can make every night of the week a date night.

 

 

 

During the week, wander throughout town and listen to great musicians perform live. On Monday, June 4th, you can listen to Marnie and Nate play at Harry’s Grille and Jon Pruitt will be playing the piano a that Merion Inn, order their twice baked potato mmmm… mmm….. On Tuesday, June 5th, the New York Chamber Ensemble is playing at the Episcopal Church of the Advent. The concert starts at 5 pm and lasts until 8 pm.

 

 

 

On Wednesday, June 6th, the amazing The Honeyhawks play at Harry’s Grille on the deck (great view, great food) and Dean Schneider tinkles the ivories at the Merion Inn. The highlight of the week is on Thursday, June 7th. The Squares (fronted by our Rental Manager Debra Donahue) are playing at Nauti Spirits Distillery from 5:30-8: 30 pm. The Squares play an eclectic mix of originals, covers, with not just a few shenanigans.

 

 

 

 

On Saturday, June 9th and Sunday June 10th, take a stroll on the Cape May Promenade for one of the best Promenade Craft Shows. Check out the amazing handmade goods crafted by local artists. If you want a special and unique piece of Cape May, this is the time to get it.

 

 

 

 

On Wednesday, June 13, the members of the Bay Atlantic Symphony are having a mini concert at The Carriage House Cafe and Tearoom on Washington Street. Prior to the concert, you can enjoy a delicious tea luncheon and the event also includes a wine tasting by Cape May Winery.

 

 

 

 

Book your early summer vacation NOW. Call the Homestead rental department at 609.884.1888, they will help you find the perfect home!