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fall from £160k to £100k according to a newspaper review a.m. R4....

(edit: missed the second k)

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fall from £160k to £100k according to a newspaper review a.m. R4....

(edit: missed the second k)

Only 100K hillarious.

When they get to 1K I might buy one.

I hope the c cksuskers who paid ridiculous sums lose it all!

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fall from £160k to £100k according to a newspaper review a.m. R4....

(edit: missed the second k)

what kind of eejit buys these things

its a $500 shed ffs

this is just so indicative of what is wrong in the UK

<hellmendthem>

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what kind of eejit buys these things

its a $500 shed ffs

this is just so indicative of what is wrong in the UK

<hellmendthem>

Cheapskate I'd pay a grand, any more for anymore.. :lol:

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what kind of eejit buys these things

its a $500 shed ffs

this is just so indicative of what is wrong in the UK

<hellmendthem>

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

All things were possible during the Brown years when it came to "property."

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LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

All things were possible during the Brown years when it came to "property."

"property" I am pleased you qualified that.

If I turned up with a shed on the back of my trailer and took it away again afterwards would that work?

Could I rent it for sq :rolleyes: uillions??

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you can buy a really good tent for 100 quid these days - why not spend the 99,900 on something more useful, like a handbag, or a big house in france

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The only way I could explain £100,000 for a beach hut is "dotcom mentality", i.e. "if someone else has paid that, it must be worth it."

see Florida, mid / late 20s, or mid / late noughties

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The first £10,000 beach hut was headline in the Bournemouth Echo.

Don't ask me which year

It seemed bonkers at the time

& you still have to feed the meter

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you can buy a really good tent for 100 quid these days - why not spend the 99,900 on something more useful, like a handbag, or a big house in france

Because if you've got a beach hut you can leave behind a couple of deckchairs, a camping stove, a whistling kettle with a dodgy spout, and some plastic cutlery, and a bit of old carpet to be nicked by the local teenagers at the end of the season. This assumes that said teenagers wouldn't prefer to make a bonfire of your hut on November 5th.

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Because if you've got a beach hut you can leave behind a couple of deckchairs, a camping stove, a whistling kettle with a dodgy spout, and some plastic cutlery, and a bit of old carpet to be nicked by the local teenagers at the end of the season. This assumes that said teenagers wouldn't prefer to make a bonfire of your hut on November 5th.

I'm not going to mention or suggest Googling the huts at West Bexington, Chesil beach, Dorset which went for up to £200K plus. That would only annoy you all the more...

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I'm not going to mention or suggest Googling the huts at West Bexington, Chesil beach, Dorset which went for up to £200K plus. That would only annoy you all the more...

Off to google these!

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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-163...=1&tr_t=buy

West Bexington, was on for £280K, now at a much more realistic £250K :lol:

A 'rare' opportunity shurely?, though trying to get a night's kip dossing down in that to the din of thrashing waves - akin to camping on the m25 hard shoulder.

Could this be extended by stealth...a couple of inches a month put down to water-penetration timber expansion? Or how about surreptitiously excavating, a 2000sq ft subterranean mansion?

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