Rows of brightly-painted seashore huts line seafronts throughout Nice Britain, providing holidaymakers their very own lock-up-and-leave house by the ocean.
These vibrant timber buildings have turn into sought-after over time, with the typical asking value now reaching £50,844, which is £500 greater than a yr in the past.
Our property professional Tim Bannister says: “Many dream of proudly owning their very own house by sea, and on sunny days it’s troublesome to think about a greater place to be than proper on the seashore entrance.”
From Walton-on-the-Naze in Essex, to Lancing in West Sussex, check out simply a number of the postcard-worthy seashore huts on the market proper now.
Set again type the ocean entrance, this pastel-hued seashore hut gives a shady spot to retreat from the noon solar, in addition to views over the neighbouring huts’ rooftops and out to sea. There’s built-in storage, and a slipway immediately onto the sand.
Perched among the many space’s rows of iconic huts, this charm-filled sea-blue seashore hut is near the realm’s facilities and native café. A comfy decked inside makes this an ideal hideaway for all weathers, and there’s additionally house for a solar lounger or two.
One other Walton-on-the-Naze gem, this award-winning seashore hut has a fairly raised terrace for having fun with these magical sea views. This brightly-painted hideaway options country-kitchen styling, and is a previous winner of the native space’s prized ‘Hut of the 12 months’ accolade.
This front-row seashore hut in West Mersea Vacation Park comes with built-in banquette seating and a waterfront deck that steps proper down onto the sand. There are French-style double doorways framing the seafront view, and the hut comes with its personal parking house, too.
We are able to nearly hear the crunch of the pebbles from this basic aquamarine seashore hut on Lancing seashore. And the decked seating space is ideal for taking in these uninterrupted views over the water.