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Coastal homes to covet

Coastal homes to covet

A holiday by the sea is one of Australia’s time-honoured traditions. Sparkling water, golden sand and those fresh sea breezes keep us coming back year after year.

But what if you didn’t have to leave in the first place? For those of you who want to keep the holiday vibe going all year round, we’ve rounded up some of the best coastal properties you can buy.

2 Greenbank Grove, Culburra Beach NSW

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This expansive home boasts five bedrooms plus a study, making it ideal for larger families or anyone who wants to entertain. Formal and informal living areas mean plenty of room to spread out, with a huge undercover entertaining area and sparkling in-ground pool.

Keep a guest bedroom at the ready, because you’ll have plenty of visitors in this gorgeous spot. It’s minutes from the Culburra Beach waterways and sands, local shops and club. Located in the gorgeous Shoalhaven region, the area is justly iconic and offers a range of seaside fun including sunbathing, surfing and fishing.

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12 Buccaneer Avenue, Lammermoor QLD

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Stunning sea views from your private 13 metre in-ground swimming pool are only the beginning! This amazing four bedroom property is luxuriously appointed throughout, with every detail designed for indulgence.

A gourmet chef’s kitchen is seriously glamorous with a marble bench, acres of space and feature rangehood. There’s a fully appointed wet bar in the open plan meals area, as well as multiple living areas. Slide open glass doors to the outdoor entertaining area and pool and make the most of the Queensland sun.

Lammermoor Beach is just metres away, with views from almost every room in the house.

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16 Ocean View Parade, Lakes Entrance VIC

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Bass Strait views greet you every morning in this lovely four bedroom home. Set over two levels, with two bedrooms on each floor and a second kitchenette, it would suit a combined household perfectly. It’s been recently renovated and freshly painted, so all you have to do is move in!

If you’re looking for a holiday home investment, the area delivers strong returns at peak season with many attractions for visitors. Catch a wave on the surf beach, head over to the golf course or simply sit out on the wide deck and enjoy those views.

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26 Corbys Road, Kettering TAS

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Overlooking Oyster Cove Marina and the Bruny Island ferry route, this open plan home is nothing short of stunning. It boasts four bedrooms plus a study or fifth bedroom, plus multiple living areas, all set on 1.906ha of rolling hillside.

At only ten years old, it presents immaculately with modern upscale finishes throughout. A chef’s kitchen with huge bar and built-in wine rack stands at the heart of the home, opening to the expansive wraparound deck.

Paddocks, a powered workshop and wallaby proofing mean this one’s perfect for the hobby farmer. The land has also been approved for subdivision, making it an excellent investment choice.

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38 Smillie Street, Robe SA

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Greymasts is something truly special, comprising two residences and a commercial premise across two titles.

It includes a heritage-listed sandstone home with three (and up to five) bedrooms, an enormous formal living/sitting room and a spacious galley kitchen, it sits opposite the town beach with panoramic sea views.

There is also a two bedroom stone cottage on the property, dating back to the 1840s and reported as Robe’s oldest standing building.

The 1840’s Wool Store is the third part of this offering. Sympathetically restored to highlight its historic detailing, it’s currently run as a restaurant but could adapt to a number of uses.

Robe is known as South Australia’s favourite seaside town, and with this level of beauty on offer, it’s easy to see why.

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If you fancy a sea change and any of our properties have caught your eye, don’t hesitate to contact one of our helpful agents.

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