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Secluded entrance steps.<br />
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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.<br />
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The minuscule property only has one main room so potential buyers would have to relax, eat and sleep in the same living space.<br />
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And it is so secluded that it can only be accessed by a footpath that winds along the clifftop in St Ives, Cornwall.<br />
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Despite this, buyers have been clammouring to get their hands on the back-to-basics bolthole thanks to its panoramic beach views.<br />
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The asking price is more than double the 178,000 pounds average price of a home in the UK.<br />
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For the same money you could buy a six-bedroom detached house in Leeds with three lounges, two kitchens and an enormous garden.<br />
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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.<br />
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The double bed is on a mezzanine level up a step ladder which has been squeezed in under the apex of the roof.<br />
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Tucked away below it is a small shower room with a toilet and a sink.