Beach hut measuring just 9ft by 11ft without electricity or running water goes up for sale for £100,000
- Small wooden hut sits on stretch of sand on the picturesque beach of Porth Mawr, Abersoch, in North Wales
- Described as iconic by the property’s estate agents, other huts on the beach have gone for up to £160,000
- Because the structure is made of wood, council rules state the building is not allowed electricity or water
A tiny hut at one of Britain’s best beaches is up for sale for £100,000.
The small structure sits on a sought-after stretch of sand that has seen huts sell for up to £160,000.
It measures just 9ft by 11ft and council rules state the wooden buildings are not allowed electricity or water. The row of huts sit on the picturesque beach Porth Mawr, Abersoch, North Wales.
A beach hut at one of Britain’s best beaches is up for sale for £100,000 on a sought-after stretch of sand in North Wales
The small beach hut measures just 9ft by 11ft and council rules state the wooden buildings are not allowed electricity or water
The £100,000 view: The row of huts sit on the beach Porth Mawr, Abersoch, North Wales, where huts have gone for £160,000
The floorplan for the small beach hut shows the changing cubicle and the L-shaped space in the wooden structure
One of Abersoch’s ‘iconic’ beach huts has come on the market with a huge price tag attached.
Estate agent Beresford Adams are asking for offers over £100,000.
Beresford Adams said: ‘Another iconic Abersoch bathing hut to enter the open market.
‘No 1 is the first hut immediately to the left of the slipway as you enter the beach from Golf Road and directly opposite Footprints Café.
‘The hut is built of timber with plastic corrugated cladding to three sides of the exterior, measuring 11′ 5′ x 8′ 9’ internally with a changing cubicle and wooden steps up to double wooden entry doors.
‘Tenure is freehold and available immediately with vacant possession.’