Jane Shaw is expecting strong interest from a range of buyers for a torrens title townhouse positioned across from Stockton beach.
The Raine and Horne Newcastle agent is marketing 10 Booth Street with a guide of $1.275 million to $1.375 million, a price bracket that makes it a top-end townhouse for the beachside suburb.
It is positioned on the corner of Booth Street and Barrie Crescent on an easy-care block 286 metres in size.
"I think interest is going to be strong simply because it's low maintenance," Ms Shaw said.
"It could appeal to Sydney buyers looking at it as a weekender, downsizers looking for retirement or a younger couple who don't need as much space but work in town," Ms Shaw said.
"Where else can you buy a beachfront property for that price? You would pay triple if it was in Merewether.
"There are not many beachfront townhouses in Stockton and it's a good opportunity for buyers looking for something low maintenance."
The two-storey home has an open plan layout upstairs that extends to alfresco entertaining with water views. There are neutral interiors, soaring ceilings and a contemporary granite kitchen.
The master suite is upstairs with two further bedrooms on ground level.
It is open for inspection for the first time on Saturday at 11am.