Gerritsen Beach derives its name after one of the first settlers in the area, Wolphert Gerretse, who built a house and mill on Gerritsen Creek, now part of the nearby Marine Park Neighborhood. Starting in the early 20th Century, the bungalows typical to the area began to appear and spurred the neighborhood's growth into a tightly knit and friendly community. One of these homes is 106 Just Court, built around the 1920s on a large 80' x 45' double lot. It has a beautifully designed kitchen with a laundry area right off to the side. The open dining room concept with multiple skylights ensures your living spaces are bright and comfortable. A large patio opens up to your incredible yard, with an apple tree providing delicious fruit in the Fall, and plenty of roses abound. A one-car detached garage with space for storage means you will always have parking upon your arrival home. Four nice sized bedrooms and two baths mean room for everyone, and two-zone heating provides adjustable comfort for all. So come home and live by the sea!

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