They are an integral part of our English seaside heritage, they are small but very beautiful and everyone wants to have their own beach hut to play in.
This gorgeous little shed sits right on the beach in one of the area’s most desirable locations, you can buy it, you can change into a bikini, you can invite your friends over for coffee, you can even go there. to cook.
But you can’t stay overnight, that’s the main rule.
It is only 10ft x 8ft, so don’t eat too much ice cream.
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This little gem, described by estate agents as a ‘day hut’, the only one for sale in the area, will set you back £ 45,000 as it sits right on Lyme Regis beach, one of the holiday resorts the most popular. on the Dorset coast.
It has electricity, a stove, a light, seating, storage and a ladder.
Sales agents Fortnam, Smith and Banwell describe the property on Rightmove as “a rare opportunity to own a beach hut on famous Monmouth Beach in Lyme Regis.
“This ten by eight foot day cabin has been very well maintained by the previous owners with an excellent drop down deck and great sea views.”
Some of Lyme Regis beach huts are amazing.
People decorate them in their own wacky colors, some have noodles on the outside, some are painted pink on the outside, you can do whatever you want once you get your money back.
You also have to pay the local council around £ 600 per year for the rent of the land.
The beach huts are small and beautiful, they are very English but they are not cheap.
It would be nice to boil a kettle and make your own tea by the sea, leave all your stuff, bring your own picnic, you would probably be very popular with your friends.
You can also hire it for around £ 45 a day which is very popular at the moment as there are hardly any available at Lyme Regis.
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The property is owned on a 25 year license from Lyme Regis Town Hall.
The ground rent for 2021/2022 is £ 558.77.
The city council charges a transfer fee of 10 percent of the sale price, plus VAT.
Lots of money for a “day hut”.
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This notice was published: 2021-05-27 04:00:00