Inside the $1,138 per night ‘Jersey Shore 2.0’ house — duck phone not included


“Party’s [not] here!”

It looks like the would-be roommates of “Jersey Shore 2.0” missed out on the summer of a lifetime in this Atlantic City mansion.

After the OG cast of the iconic MTV show squawked that a reboot would “exploit” them, producers still booked this four-story, 4,000-square-foot home just steps away from AC’s boardwalk and bars to accommodate who they hoped would be the next generation of Snookies and JWowws.

Listed on Airbnb for $1,138 a night, the new address has the same kind of wood paneling as the famous Seaside Heights house did, but with a more modern, neutral decor.

There’s even a 10-seat dining table where the newbies could have carried on the original cast’s Sunday night family dinners.

The original cast of “Jersey Shore” released a joint statement in May, slamming the idea of a reboot, which was set to take place in Atlantic City.
The original cast of “Jersey Shore” released a joint statement in May slamming the idea of a reboot, which was set to take place in Atlantic City and has since been “paused.”
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"Cabs are here": The 4,000-square foot mansion is a 10-minute walk from AC's nightlife.
“Cabs are here”: The 4,000-square-foot mansion is a 10-minute walk from AC’s nightlife.
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TMZ spotted producers in the neighboring house, too.
Producers were reportedly spotted in the neighboring house, too.
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The amateur GTLers wouldn’t have asked “Where’s the beach?” because it’s visible from the house’s multiple decks. They would have also been able to pick from eight different bedrooms and 13 different beds, although one would likely become the “smush room.”

There isn’t a duck phone or stripper pole in the middle of the living room, but producers would have likely added kooky memorabilia.

According to the house rules on the rental listing, parties or events are not allowed, which would have had to be renegotiated with the superhost prior to the arrival of “Shore 2.0.”

The kitchen is spacious enough for the new cast to adopt the OGs' family dinners.
The kitchen is spacious enough for the a cast to adopt the OG Shorers’ family dinners.
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The new house resembles the Jersey house's wooden paneling, but with a much more modern twist.
The new house resembles the first Jersey abode’s wooden paneling, but with a much more modern twist.
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There's plenty of room for the cast to bring home potential lovers from the club before heading to the "smush room."
There’s plenty of room for the cast to bring home potential lovers from the club before heading to the “smush room.”
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TMZ captured crews removing all the camera and lighting equipment set up inside the house on July 13 after reporting that production of the show was “paused.” While the official reason has yet to be made public, one could be that the original cast — many of whom still film for “Jersey Shore: Family Vacation” — released a joint statement in May bashing the idea of a new crew mooching off of their success.

“As a cast that took a chance with a network in need, we put our most vulnerable moments on television for the world to see,” read their statement, published with the hashtag #WeAreJerseyShore.

The mansion has eight bedrooms and 13 beds.
The mansion has eight rooms and 13 beds.
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A bathroom at the "Jersey Shore 2.0" house
The shore house contains 6½ bathrooms.
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Inside the "Jersey Shore 2.0" house
There’s plenty of space for the gals to perfect their poofs.
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They could also take the party outside on their decks.
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"Where's the beach?": It's steps away from the Atlantic City house.
“Where’s the beach?”: It’s steps away from the Atlantic City house.
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“We gave our all over the past 13 years, became a family and continue to open our lives to the world,” the OG cast’s note continued. “So please understand that we are not in support of a version that will exploit our original show, our hard work, and authenticity to gain viewers.” 

However, one source alleged to TMZ that the new show’s details were “being worked out.”

The tanned partiers-turned-celebrities launched their careers in 2009 with the premiere of “Jersey Shore,” which ran through 2012.





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