A wooden beach hut in Dorset is currently up for sale for £325,000.
However, the 16ft by 10ft property on the exclusive Mudeford Spit does not even have a sea view and faces an inland view over a lagoon instead.
The back, however, faces the sea but potential buyers have been warned that there are other huts blocking the view.
The hut, which lacks a toilet and washing facilities, has a price equals to that of a six-bedroom house in Manchester with four bathrooms and off-road parking.
Nevertheless, the hut already has a waiting list and is expected to change ownership soon thanks to a surge in demand for staycations and Brexit making it harder to buy holiday homes in the EU countries.
“We had a glorious summer last year and demand for beach huts went through the roof. We saw a 10 percent increase in the value of them,” said Andy Denison of local estate agents Denisons.
“We are expecting a similar demand this year, especially now that the roadmap out of lockdown has been released,” he added.