A quirky New Jersey shore beach house that has drawn curiosity-seekers for decades has been sold.
It’s not clear whether that means the new owners will change the back of the house that faces the beach, which is two stories and is wide open.
For years people in Margate have stopped and peered inside, and some use it as a landmark when they’re giving directions.
The house was built in 1967 by architect Joel Levinson, who says it’s the only beach house he’s ever designed.
A lawyer for the new owners tells The Press of Atlantic City his clients haven’t applied for a demolition permit.