Nowadays getting on the property ladder can be very expensive.
And with the cost of living crisis hitting the UK next month, things aren’t exactly financially easy anymore.
So if you’re someone who loves a sea view, a tiny little beach hut has just hit the market for an eye-watering £200,000.
But the small wooden shed comes with no water, drainage or electricity though…
Located on the coast in Gwynedd, north Wales, if this place sells it’ll become the most expensive on the beach, reports Daily Post.
Billed by local agents Elvins, the hut is a “rare opportunity” which comes with its own private deck that overlooks the incredible view.
There’s no amenities on offer inside, other than “ample storage” with a beach cafe and local yacht club nearby.
The hut remains in one of the most desirable staycation destinations in Wales, attracting many visitors.
But not everyone was keen on the asking price.
A person on Twitter wondered if the hut came with a “parking space for the Lamborghini”.
Another joked whether the place welcomes Waitrose deliveries.
Looking for more property stories? You can look inside this 104-year-old’s home which remains untouched since the 1940s.
The three-bedroom house is a genuine time warp “busting with potential” that has gone on sale for the first time since WW2.
It is described as “a striking terraced home bursting with potential” by MG estate agents who are marketing the house.
As well as this, future homeowners will be able to enjoy being close to local amenities, a primary school and the local sports ground.
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