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This beach hut was listed for £325,000<br />
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The increase in nervous Brits taking staycations this summer has led to the value of an individual beach hut to reach a record price of £325,000.<br />
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At Mudeford Spit in Christchurch Harbour, Dorset, two wooden cabins have been listed for sale for the same asking price as a five bedroom detached house in Hull. <br />
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One of the 12ft by 10ins was snapped up within two days of going on the market while the other hung around for a week.<br />
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The huts have no mains electricity or running water and shower facilities are in a shared communal block.<br />
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Cars are banned from the remote sandy peninsula which has to be reached by a ride on a novelty land train, a short ferry crossing or a 30 minute walk.