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Bluebird Tea Rooms.<br />
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A former coastguard station that played an important role in the Second World War and was visited by Sir Winston Churchill is now a tea room and holiday let business on the market for £1.5m.<br />
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Bluebird Tea Rooms sits in a stunning position on top of the iconic White Cliffs of Dover with breathtaking panoramic views across the English Channel.<br />
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The lookout post played an important part in Britain's defences during the Second World War and the underground operations room, built 35ft below the building, was visited by Churchill twice during the war.<br />
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That room is now just used for storage but the building would make a great business for someone or could potentially become a stunning family home if permission was granted for change of use.<br />
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The "one of a kind" property is now on the market with Humberts.