Historical Cape May House Knocked Down

A few weeks ago we announced that a historical house at 310 Cape Avenue in Cape May Point was getting ripped down.

If you want to read about that story click the link below.

Historic Cape May Point House To Be Torn Down

Historians said that 310 Cape Avenue was one of the oldest homes in Cape May Point. The historical records placed the house being built in 1820 and was said that at one point it was a hiding place for the underground railroad.

Over the past few days we found out that the house was fully knocked down.

John Reilly, a resident of Cape May Point, took some last minute photos of the place before it came down to the ground.

Check out the photos below in the slide show, swipe right for the photos

 

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About The Author

My name is Joey Contino. I am a big lover of anything Wildwood. I have lived and worked in Wildwood my whole life. I worked jobs from working on the beach renting umbrellas and chairs to being a supervisor at Morey's Piers. Wildwood is my life and my home!

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