Summer Spectacular 6 Beach Homes Under 500K

Dated: 08/08/2016

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Tony Landaverde, Realtor with eXp Realty says "Texas is one of the few coastal states that offers a great opportunity to find affordable seaside homes."

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Summertime and the weather is … scorching! Clearly, the only answer is to head to the beach, sipping chilled Manhattans (straight up, don’t forget the cherry) on the deck, watching the sun dip below the water, and feeling the cool ocean breeze. If only you could afford the beachside lifestyle, that is.


But wait. Maybe you can! We found six cool beach homes, all under the price of $500,000, ready to buy right now. So grab your Havaianas and your shades, and check out these fantasy summer homes at some pretty darn affordable prices. Hey, maybe life really is a beach (house)!

902 Beach Dr., Surfside Beach, TX

Price: $250,000
Beat the heat:
 This elevated beach house has two bedrooms, one bathroom, cozy living spaces, and one very good way to spend your summer—on a massive deck overlooking the sands and Gulf Coast waves.

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2504 Highway 87, Gilchrist, TX

Price: $279,000
Beat the heat:
 Looking for a beachfront bargain with a view? Thanks to the stilt construction—and megadeck—this beachfront home has unencumbered beach views in nearly every direction. Inside, the space is cozy and airy with an open floor plan, big kitchen, and plenty of windows.


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330 Front St., Union Beach, NJ

Price: $365,000
Beat the heat:
 Built in 1951, this adorable cottage has pretty much everything you need for summer fun or year-round living—including a massive front porch, updated kitchen, and a private balcony off the master suite. Jersey shore rules!

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1226 Lafayette St., Cape May, NJ

Price: $395,000
Beat the heat:
 The best vacation homes are mostly maintenance-free. (Who wants to be indoors cleaning all day when you can be working on your sand castle construction skills seaside?) At 896 square feet, this simple, beach-adjacent home won’t keep you cooped up.

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104 S Carmel Ct., Vero Beach, FL

Price: $430,000
Beat the heat:
 Can you get a perfect view of Florida’s crystal-clear waters for under $500,000? Yes, you can. This Mediterranean–influenced beach home has everything you need—including a clubhouse with a pool, a gorgeous view, and your own private access to the beach.

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1602 W Seagrass Ln, Westport, WA

Price: $449,000
Beat the heat:
 Nestled in the grass, this modern-style beach home has tons of natural light, plenty of outdoor space, and a great view. Inside, the gorgeous home has a dream kitchen, a relaxing master suite, and tons of space to kick back and relax.

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Thank you for this great article entitled "Summer Spectacular: 6 Beach Homes Under $500K" by Angela Colley
Presented by Tony Landaverde, Realtor
Landaverde Realty
San Antonio, TX Realtor with eXp Realty
(210) 274-2378
www.TonyLandaverde.com
A Texas Licensed Realtor® License #607299


For information on careers with eXp Realty click on the link: Tony Landaverde eXp Careers

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