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The house's porch and view.
Next stop Spain!
A rare chance to own the most southerly house in Britain nestled on a rocky outcrop overlooking the English Channel has arisen - but prospective buyers will have to rustle up £575,000 to get their hands on it.
The secluded two-bed terraced house would be ideal for those looking to be at one with nature - because it sits on the tip of Bass Point at The Lizard in Cornwall, the most southerly part of mainland Britain.
Once a coastguard cottage, it offers sweeping 180 degree views of the rugged coastline and is so exposed to the elements its owners say sitting in the lounge feels like being out at sea.
If you were to travel due south of the house the next land you would hit would be Santander in Spain.