THERE'S no pub, sewerage or mains water, but a beach getaway in Paradise Beach could be yours for just $170,000.
The quiet waterside hamlet and nearby Golden Beach have emerged as the state's most affordable coastal towns, virtually tied for affordability, according to RP Data figures.
But despite what is missing, it's hard to look past the stunning sands of 90 Mile Beach on Victoria's far eastern coastline.
A median house in Paradise Beach will set you back about $171,000, while 2km down the road Golden Beach is listed at about $176,000.
At a bit over 2.5 hours from Melbourne and about 30km from the nearest pub in Loch Sport, the pair will suit those who prefer the quiet life according to local real estate agent Adriana Bertolacci.
"We're a bit undiscovered ... the area is popular with boaters and those who can't believe the prices," Ms Bertolacci said.
"I believe we are the cheapest-priced beach town in all of Australia - $300,000 can buy you an absolute mansion."
At the median price you can expect a two-bedroom house close to town and just a short walk from the beach.
RP Data analyst Cameron Kusher said the state's more affordable beach getaway towns tend to be distant; the top three locations are fairly remote.
"Most of them are smaller little townships away from larger townships. Not all of them are great for swimming, but they may appeal to those who look to go boating."
But that's all working in the area's favour as far as local mayor Scott Rossetti is concerned.
"The 90 Mile Beach along here is like going along the Great Ocean Road - it's just magnificent. But you can look in any direction in some places and not see anyone," he said.
"I suspect that as soon as the sewerage gets connected up (currently under way), Loch Sport will be the place to buy."
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