If you love spending long days down on the beach in the summertime (or winter), what better way to make your life more convenient than to own or rent a beach hut.
Having somewhere to store your beach gear, perhaps have a kettle to brew a cuppa and of course, a place to change out of wet and sandy swimwear away from the voyeuristic eyes of other beach-goers sounds dreamy.
And if you happen to have a spare £200,000 Seaview Developments can make that dream come true.
High-spec beach huts
If you’ve been along the Seaview Duver in the last six months, you’ll have seen their latest offering.
Fourteen high specification beach huts with “magnificent views over the Solent”. These two storey ‘beach huts’ are up for sale from a whopping £195,500.
The beach huts sport first floor balconies on either side of the huts and French doors that open out onto the seafront. There’s an electric roller door on the ground floor leading to an area you can store your watersports equipment and upstairs has a lounge area, sink, electric hob and toilet.
If you were thinking you could downsize and live in one of these bijoux properties, think again, as we understand you’re not permitted to sleep overnight in them.
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