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March 16, 2014

Spacious home in the heart of Seabrook Beach is a true find

The refreshing salty breeze, the soft sand, the gentle rhythm of the ocean and the relaxed pace of life are just some of the simple pleasures of living at Seabrook Beach. The spacious home at 160 Ocean Boulevard in the heart of Seabrook Beach is a true find.

Renowned for its natural beauty, Seabrook Beach has been a cherished location for generations and those that live in the close-knit village treasure the ability to walk to the beach, know their neighbors and enjoy a year-round location that offers the majestic Atlantic Ocean, sensational beach and easy access to major commuter routes.

The immaculate four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home with ocean views and various outdoor entertaining spaces in income-tax-free Seabrook has was built in 2006, features all the bells and whistles, and has been lovingly cared for and meticulously maintained.

This handsome colonial-styled home is sited on an oversized lot, one lot back from the ocean, with a 5-foot wide pedestrian right-of-way through the oceanfront property directly to the beach.

The home boasts a traditional farmer’s porch, which is an ideal spot for enjoying a cup of coffee on a warm summer morning or unwinding after a long day at the beach. Entering through the front door, residents and guests are welcomed to the home by a grand, two-story foyer with his and hers coat closets.

A formal living room and formal dining room are just off of the foyer; each room is exquisitely designed with crown molding and hardwood floors.

The heart of the home is the open-concept kitchen and comfortable family room. The epicurean-inspired island kitchen features stainless steel appliances, exquisite countertops, an expansive pantry system, and is open to the breakfast room and family room.

The large family room features an attractive gas-burning fireplace, 10-foot, 4-inch vaulted ceilings, and a magnificent wall of windows and doors that bathe the room in natural light and lead out to the back patio. The clean lines, natural materials and abundant sunlight give this room a modern beach house ambiance.

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