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A wooden cabin has gone on the market for a whopping 400,000 pounds - because it is nestled on a cliff overlooking one of Britain's most beautiful beaches.
The minuscule property only has one main room so potential buyers would have to relax, eat and sleep in the same living space.
And it is so secluded that it can only be accessed by a footpath that winds along the clifftop in St Ives, Cornwall.
Despite this, buyers have been clammouring to get their hands on the back-to-basics bolthole thanks to its panoramic beach views.
The asking price is more than double the 178,000 pounds average price of a home in the UK.
For the same money you could buy a six-bedroom detached house in Leeds with three lounges, two kitchens and an enormous garden.
The chalet boasts a small lounge area with a double sofa and coffee table and tiny kitchen area with a single electric hob, electric fridge, microwave oven and sink.
The double bed is on a mezzanine level up a step ladder which has been squeezed in under the apex of the roof.
Tucked away below it is a small shower room with a toilet and a sink.