Wildwood Chateau Bleu 
The Chateau Bleu, one of the first to be preserved instead of leveled to make way for more Beige. The double wishbone "porte cochere" is unique! As you can kind of see from this picture, cars can drive right underneath along a U shaped drive It's incredible, breathtaking! And even more stunning that it's been preserved!
The Chateau Bleu, one of the first to be preserved instead of leveled to make way for more Beige. The double wishbone "porte cochere" is unique! As you can kind of see from this picture, cars can drive right underneath along a U shaped drive It's incredible, breathtaking! And even more stunning that it's been preserved!
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The Chateau Bleu was the first "Doo Wop"  property added to the New Jersey register of historic places. (They are also listed on the National register.)
The Chateau Bleu was the first "Doo Wop" property added to the New Jersey register of historic places. (They are also listed on the National register.)
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I believe the pool behind the fence here is shaped like a heart.
I believe the pool behind the fence here is shaped like a heart.
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All this eye candy, and ice cream next door!
All this eye candy, and ice cream next door!
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The porte cochere from another angle. Also look up under the roofline at the crosshatching.
The porte cochere from another angle. Also look up under the roofline at the crosshatching.
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the upper railing has more interest to it than might first appear. Also remember the overall design and specifically this end of the building and the bubble lights, we'll see similar again down south a ways on the Eden Roc.
the upper railing has more interest to it than might first appear. Also remember the overall design and specifically this end of the building and the bubble lights, we'll see similar again down south a ways on the Eden Roc.
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There's even a little formstone here on the end on the first floor.
There's even a little formstone here on the end on the first floor.
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