Just in time for winter! Tiny beach hut with stunning views (but no toilet or mains electricity) goes on the market
Categories: Tiny House
- Tiny wooden structure carries a heavy price tag, but comes with stunning views of the North Sea in Whitstable
- Hut is restricted to daytime leisure use, meaning it cannot be occupied overnight, despite its high listing price
- It has been fitted with a roll top work surface, a sink with a drainer unit, storage and a deck area for barbecuing
Holidaymakers who are already pining for summer can get a head start on next year’s season by claiming a slice of the British seaside with their very own beach hut – for the staggering sum of £150,000.
This tiny wooden structure carries a heavy price tag, but it comes with stunning views of the North Sea in Whitstable, Kent.
However, the hut doesn’t have a toilet and is restricted to daytime leisure use, meaning it cannot be occupied overnight, despite its high price.
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This tiny wooden beach hut, set on a freehold plot of land in Whitstable, Kent, has gone on the market for a staggering £150,000
The modest hut has stunning views of the North Sea, with spectacular sunsets over Whitstable Bay and towards the Isle of Sheppey.
Listed by estate agent Christopher Hodgson, the hut is quite modest and has been fitted with a roll top work surface with storage beneath and a sink with a drainer unit below.
It has windows to three sides, overhead storage and double doors opening to a decked area, which borders a concrete sea wall, for barbecuing.
Behind the hut there is a paved terrace area with a brick barbecue and timber picket fence and private gate.
To lure a buyer, the estate agency wrote in its listing that the hut, set on a freehold plot of land, is an ‘enviable beachfront location’ between The Old Neptune Pub and Whitstable’s Horsebridge development.
The agency said: ‘The hut holds a prominent and desirable sea-facing position providing the perfect vantage point from where to enjoy the spectacular sunsets over Whitstable Bay and towards the Isle of Sheppey.’
Visitors can access the hut via and alleyway from Island Wall and is just a short stroll from the town centre, where they will find shops, restaurants, bus routes, a car park and railway station within a mile’s walk.
Estate agent Christopher Hodgson said the hut is an ‘enviable beachfront location’ between a pub and a new housing development
The estate agent said the hut holds 'a prominent and desirable sea-facing position', and is just a short walk to the high street.
by Chris Kitching / via DailyMail