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A derelict former military outpost key to Britain's war efforts has gone on sale for £3.5million, but the hefty price tag will buy a lucky homeowner one of the most spectacular views in Britain.<br />
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Gin Head, a decommissioned Second World War radar station, was key to the success of the D-Day landings but has fallen into disrepair since it was abandoned 20 years ago.<br />
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The five-acre site is in the middle of one of the most beautiful and protected coastlines in Scotland and has a prime viewing spot for not one but three incredible landmarks - a 14th century castle ruin, a world nature reserve and an extinct volcano.<br />
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The plot is now on the market for offers over £3.5million and comes with planning permission to build a whopping 26,000sq ft home, more than 16 times the size of the average family home.