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Pic: LauraDale/BNPS<br />
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Sales Manager Victoria Berry from Austin & Wyatt stands outside the property.<br />
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A modest beach hut with no bathroom or mains electricity has gone on the market for a whopping 270,000 pounds - making it the most expensive in Britain.<br />
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The asking price for the tiny wooden shack on Mudeford Spit near Christchurch, Dorset, is the same cost as a plush three-bedroom house in some parts of the country and is as much as a top-of-the-range Ferrari car.<br />
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The 18ft by 12ft hut can sleep up to 12 people - four people on a mezzanine deck, four on two sofa beds and another two on a pull-out bed.<br />
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The huge asking price is because it is just a stones throw away from the water boasting stunning sea views out towards the Isle of Wight and the Needles.<br />
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The current owners are selling the beach hut so that they can move to another one on the same sandy strip with a different view.