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Beach hut up for sale at Mudeford Spit for £575,000



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A BEACH hut has gone on sale at Mudeford beach for a whopping £570,000 – and if it sells it would set a new record price.

Months ago a similar hut hit the headlines when it fetched £375,000, which was thought to be the highest ever, but the pandemic and a rise in staycation breaks has sent prices soaring even further.

The beach hut at Mudeford Spit (photo: Denisons Estate Agents)
The beach hut at Mudeford Spit (photo: Denisons Estate Agents)

Marketed by Denisons Estate Agents, the hut comes with solar panels for electricity and bottled gas for cooking and costs more than two times the price of an average house in England.

(Photo: Denisons Estate Agents)
(Photo: Denisons Estate Agents)

It sleeps up to six and is on two levels with two plush bedrooms on the upper level, two further sleeping areas on the ground floor and fully fitted kitchen with an integrated fridge freezer.

(Photo: Denisons Estate Agents)
(Photo: Denisons Estate Agents)

The hut also has two decking areas for entertaining.

(Photo: Denisons Estate Agents)
(Photo: Denisons Estate Agents)

According to Denisons the hut is "above average size" and enjoys dual aspect, which is why it has such a hefty price tag.

(Photo: Denisons Estate Agents)
(Photo: Denisons Estate Agents)

It describes it as "one of a handful of the finest located huts on Mudeford Sand Spit".

(Photo: Denisons Estate Agents)
(Photo: Denisons Estate Agents)

The agency adds that the "high spec" property "enjoys an elevated position with glorious uninterrupted front and rear views of the beach and harbour".

(Photo: Denisons Estate Agents)
(Photo: Denisons Estate Agents)

People on social media have reacted with horror to the price tag of the hut with one saying: "Christchurch has a massive shortage of affordable housing. This is just disgusting."

(Photo: Denisons Estate Agents)
(Photo: Denisons Estate Agents)

Another added: "We can’t even buy our first home – totally priced out and also having to pay high rentals can’t save anything, it’s so depressing!"



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