Located on the sand dunes of Mudeford Spit, which can be accessed via ferry from Tuckton Tea Gardens or Mudeford Quay or the train from Hengistbury Head, is the Black Hut which has just been launched on the market. Close to hand is the beach house restaurant and shop and a short journey on the Ferry takes you across to Mudeford Quay with its restaurants and bars.
Selling agents Denisons describe it as: ‘A rare opportunity to acquire one of the beach huts on Mudeford Spit. The Black Hut 501 is a day hut and cannot be used for overnight accommodation. It is understood that the hut was originally the race starting hut for racing in Christchurch Bay. Over the past couple of years has been greatly improved. Although you can’t “overnight” at The Black Hut you could spend the days enjoying the views from the elevated sun deck and there’s no council tax to pay either.’
The property sits in an elevated located on railway sleepers in amongst the dunes towards the end of the spit. There are outstanding panoramic views from the 13′ x 6′ deck and the location is quite amazing
Contact: (01202 484748; www.denisons.com)