Tiny wooden chalet near beach sells at auction for £75,000



A tiny wooden chalet near a Cornish beach has been sold at auction for £75,000 – to be used as a holiday let.

The tiny shed-like property, near Freathy beach on the Rame Peninsula, Torpoint, went to auction on September 22.

Advertisers Clive Emson Auctioneers displayed the chalet as a “detached property” with a 20-year-lease from 2007.

Senior auction appraiser David Henwood suggested it could be used as a weekend retreat for someone upcountry or, alternatively, as an investment to make some extra cash.

Mr Henwood explained: “Within walking distance of the spectacular coastline at Whitsand Bay, this chalet was sure to attract interest.

“Well-presented and deceptively spacious, it offers the new owner the opportunity to realise a return as a holiday letting investment.

“Alternatively, they may wish to use it themselves as a weekend pied-a-terre, or even as a bijou home of their own.”

Clime Emson auctions eight times a year, with the next one taking place on November 3.





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