- located on or adjacent to a beach: beachfront property.
Origin of beachfront
Also called shorefront.
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Examples from the Web for beachfront
The beachfront town of Wildwood doesn't want you shirtless, either.New Jersey Town Could Ban Baggy Pants
May 30, 2013
John Edwards was viewed as too slick by half, his beachfront mansion belying his stated position as a champion of the downtrodden.How to Survive a Sex Scandal: Mark Sanford Edition
April 5, 2013
She also spends time at her nearby ranch in Abiquiu and beachfront house in Malibu.‘A Certain Age’—Shirley MacLaine Rattles Downton Abbey
December 27, 2012
Ditto California, the state where he owns a beachfront La Jolla home complete with a $55,000 car elevator.No Home-Field Advantage for Mitt Romney
June 13, 2012
Word Origin and History for beachfront
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