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Golf Course Homes with Oceanfronts are in Demand in Australia

According to an article published in the New York Times, houses that combine golf and water features remain to be in demand with a high price tag even as the Australian market cools down. Prestige, convenience, and security add to the allure of living with manicured fairway, sprawling greens, and lush vegetation against the vast expanse of the ocean.

Living in a home located on a golf course, however, is not for everyone. If you are considering to purchase a golf course home with an oceanfront, allow us to give you the good and the bad sides of this option first. That way, you may be able to gauge whether or not this lifestyle suits you. Hopefully, you will come across this article before you seal the deal so that you will not have to deal with buyer’s remorse later on.


The Good


Prestige is commonly associated with properties like this. That is largely due to the exclusivity that this lifestyle offers. For one, homeowners may take advantage of discounted if not automatic membership to the golf club in the neighbourhood. Golf course properties are also conveniently located within accessible reach to ritzy amenities like highly rated educational institutions, fine dining restaurants, and state-of-the-art fitness centres among others.

For golfers, nothing can be better than not having to travel far to enjoy a game against a breathtaking view. As for added convenience, it would not take long before they pull in the driveway to rest after a game.

A golf course community also has guarded entry and exit points which help to increase the level of security afforded to its residents.

Additionally, owning a golf course home is also one way to avoid investing in a private space only to end up living with bad neighbours. That is because typically, in a golf course community, homes are farther apart from one another than usual. 


The Bad


Then again, even if golf course homes normally boast of durable and aesthetically-pleasing hardwood floors, spacious bathrooms, and luxury kitchen designs, they are not without their fair share of disadvantages.

Residents of golf course homes may have to live with the constant possibility of falling victim to a stray golf ball. That is, unless they were able to take into careful consideration the location of the property they are eyeing.

Furthermore, not most buyers appreciate the allure of living in a golf course property enough to disregard its hassles. For some, these homes may be grand, but are relatively inconvenient in terms of location.


The Choice is Yours

As in everything, there is a good side and a bad. When making an important decision like investing in a luxury property like a golf course home, spend as much time as you need to weigh the pros and the cons. After all, no one would like to wake up in a place that will remind them of their bad decision every day.

If you want to explore properties for sale in Australia, do not hesitate to reach out to our team. Contact us at your time of convenience and let us discuss your best options. These lines of communication are always open: phone: 03 9226 9222, fax: 03 9078 6315, and email:

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