Property Of The Week 15 April 2016
Property Address: Fishing Hut, Chesil Beach, Weymouth, DT4 9HF
Auction Date: 6th May 2016
Auction Venue: The Digby Hall, Sherborne –
Guide Price: 65,000
Lot Number: NA
Auctioneer Name: Symonds and Sampson
Auctioneer Website: Symonds and Sampson
View Catalogue: Click This Link For The Property Auction Catalogue
Auctioneer’s Phone No: 01305 251154
An incredibly rare opportunity to purchase an idyllic detached fishing hut situated in Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in
one of the finest locations on the south coast. The Fishing hut, built in 2014 of Baltic Pine and concrete construction, offers total tranquility, standing alone on the shore line overlooking Chesil Beach and The Fleet and is the perfect coastal retreat.
The hut boasts unrivalled views across the World Heritage Site and is one of the only properties of its kind. *The property may not be used as a permanent residence nor a holiday let.
Hut 6 is situated in an isolated and idyllic position on the shingled Chesil Beach in Weymouth on the Jurassic Coast which boasts spectacular views. Nearby Wyke Regis boasts a wide range of amenities including schools, post office, mini supermarket, hairdressers, opticians, doctor’s surgery, public house, restaurant, takeaways and access to walks along the Jurassic coastline. There is a regular bus service to Weymouth town centre which can be found within 2 miles and provides a range of shopping and educational facilities as well as a large sandy beach and picturesque harbour.
Weymouth is a bustling lively seaside resort providing a comprehensive range of shopping and educational facilities. There is the beach as well as a picturesque inner harbour surrounded by a number of shops, eateries and bars. There are sailing and water sport facilities both in Weymouth and Portland. The town also benefits from rail links to both London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads.
Nearby Portland provides a variety of local amenities as well as many leisure activities including excellent fishing, sailing and water sport facilities and was made famous when selected to host the sailing events of the 2012 Olympic Games alongside the lively neighbouring seaside town of Weymouth.
Due to the unique location of the property, it can only be reached on foot or by boat. If arriving by foot, there is a carpark
situated approximately 1 mile away on the Portland Causeway
- Double Glazing
- Heating - Gas