Each week we follow a family making their beachfront living dreams come true — on a budget! We'll follow them on the house hunt as we discover some of the most surprisingly affordable beachfront locales that prove you don't need to be a millionaire to live right on the beach.
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Searching the Sands of Orange Beach, Alabama 17x12
A Missouri family decides to invest in a permanent residence in Orange Beach, Ala. after years of visiting there.
Mining for Deals in Gold Beach, Oregon 17x11
A family of six that recently moved to Gold Beach, Ore. loves the area and its proximity to the beach, but the apartment they're renting is getting tight on space.
A Deal on Dauphin Island 17x10
Space to Play in Cocoa Beach, Florida 17x09
Finding a Rentable Rendezvous 17x08
A Life for Me on Manasota Key 17x07
An Alabama couple and their three children visit Dauphin Island for the first time to find a vacation retreat for under $265,000. During their search, they explore the area's panoramic views, historic sites and plethora of family activies.
The Upside of Downsizing on Tybee Island 17x06
Jessica and Geoff own a five bedroom house in Pooler, Ga., but are willing to downsize to live along the waters of Tybee Island. They are flexible when it comes to the amount of space as long as it doesn't go over their $399,000 budget.
Ditching the Desert for Whidbey Island 17x05
After living in Lucerne Valley for the past ten years, a family is ready to leave the Southern Californian desert and move back to the lush coastline of the Pacific Northwest. They want to purchase a permanent beachfront home along the shores of Whidbey Island, Washington, for $499,000 or less.
A New Chapter in Crystal Beach 17x04
A New Mexico family leaves the mountains behind for the coastline of Crystal Beach, Texas where they can be close to friends and family, scour the surf for treasures and have fun gulf-side tailgating.
South of the Border Savings in Puerto Escondido, Mexico 17x03
Aslam, Cindy and their daughter Sam have recently discovered the beautiful waters of Puerto Escondido, Mexico, and are ready to purchase a beachfront property.