A beach hut in a Welsh tourist destination has gone on sale for a staggering £200,000.
The 13-foot-tall wooden shack by 10.5 feet wide sits on Ebersoch’s main beach and has stunning views and a private deck—but it doesn’t have electricity, drainage, or running water.
This amount is £25,000 more than the previous highest asking price for a beach hut at a North Wales resort.
In comparison, last year the average house price in Gwynedd was £235,494.
Most of the homes sold in the county were terraced properties, amounting to £150,533.
Ebersooch has been dubbed “Cheshire-on-Sea” due to its popularity with celebrities and sports stars, who have other homes in the area.
The houses raised £350k. hit
Average home prices have topped £350,000 for the first time.
Sellers were usually asking for £354,564 in March.
That’s 1.7 percent, or £5,760, in February, according to Rightmove.
Demand prices are generally up 10.4 percent from a year ago — due to fewer stocks and higher demand.
Rightmove said: “Many sells in this record-breaking market face the prospect of re-buying, and are in fierce competition against others.”
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