Britain’s most expensive beach hut on sale for £350,000

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The buyer of the 16ft x 10ft wooden cabin can only sleep in it for eight months a year if they want to rough it. But the new-build stands on the exclusive Mudeford Spit in Christchurch, Dorset ‑ home to Britain’s most expensive beach huts ‑ and is expected to meet its asking price. The standing record was a hut in the area that fetched £330,000 last year.

The available shack costs as much as a five-bedroom house in parts of the UK but residents have to share a shower block.

The hut can sleep up to six people ‑ though some will have to crash on seats doubling as extra beds.

The buyer will also have to stump up £4,500 a year to the council in fees.

But people are attracted to the remote location, accessible only by boat or a 30-minute walk.

Hut neighbour Stephen Bath said: “You feel like you are on a little island.”

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