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Beach hut no. 248.<br />
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These two small wooden huts might not look like much but they are worth an eye-watering half a million pounds - because they are located on a highly sought-after beach.<br />
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The pair of properties are on Mudeford Spit, a sandy peninsula in Dorset that is home to Britain's most expensive beach huts, where the diminutive buildings regularly sell for the same price as a four-bedroom family house.<br />
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The single-room huts do not have mains electricity, water or a toilet, but despite this are on the market for £285,000 and £250,000.<br />
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Owners of beach huts at Mudeford instead get by sharing washing and toilet facilities in a communal bathroom block and many fit water tanks to allow them to do the washing up, gas canisters to run cookers and fridges and solar panels to power lighting.