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Most expensive house (we could get into): Long Beach Island, NJ

Your own private oasis, right on the Jersey Shore.

This 5,852 square-foot home, located in Long Beach Island's Loveladies section, sits on 2.75 acres of land and was gutted from floors to rafters in 2005.

The main house, which is home to the master suite only, features terra cota tile, exotic wood floors, handcrafted woodwork and a heated salt water pool.

While the main house may only accommodate two, the guest house next door features two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

If you're worried that your million-dollar view may be blocked by future builders, that's for the birds!

The house is surrounded on all sides by Barnegat Bay and wet land preserve, ensuring the nearly 360-degree view of the water will always be available from the comfort of your kitchen ... or your master suite hot tub.

Can't get enough wildlife? Don't forget the turtle nests and fox den located near the entrance.

Watch the video to see the most expensive house (we could get into) in Long Beach Island, New Jersey.

And check out 419 Tidal Dr. here.

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By CNBC's Valerie Patriarca.

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