Cliff top WW2 gun battery converted into stunning home.

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A former WW2 battery, with unrivalled views across the channel to France, has come on the market - but you'll need deep pockets to shell out on its stunning location.<br />
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The cliff top gun emplacement was rapidly constructed in 1940, as Britsh troops were fleeing Dunkirk, and has now been transformed into a £6million 'James Bond style' property.<br />
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The Gunnery, near Kingsdown in Kent offers 'incredible' views of the Channel, with the iconic White Cliffs of Dover visible to the west, and France to the south, while also coming with six acres of sandy beach.<br />
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The unique 82ft long property is accessed by an underground tunnel that leads through the cliff to a glass lift which travels up to it. Another secret tunnel inside the four bedroom home, which is just a few feet from the cliff edge, provides passage to a home cinema.<br />
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The 50ft long living room has floor to ceiling windows and the original gun loops can still be seen.