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Cam McGregor, whose parents own the beach hut, lies on one of the two pull-out sofas and enjoys a book in the comfortable and spacious interior.
A modest beach hut with no bathroom or mains electricity has gone on the market for a whopping 270,000 pounds - making it the most expensive in Britain.
The asking price for the tiny wooden shack on Mudeford Spit near Christchurch, Dorset, is the same cost as a plush three-bedroom house in some parts of the country and is as much as a top-of-the-range Ferrari car.
The 18ft by 12ft hut can sleep up to 12 people - four people on a mezzanine deck, four on two sofa beds and another two on a pull-out bed.
The huge asking price is because it is just a stones throw away from the water boasting stunning sea views out towards the Isle of Wight and the Needles.
The current owners are selling the beach hut so that they can move to another one on the same sandy strip with a different view.