The Beach Hut
1 bedroom property for sale in (Formerly known as the Old Tearooms, Millook Haven), Millook Haven, Cornwall Collection
£1,750,000 Under offer
Please note: the satellite and street view images for this area can be upto 5 years old so should not be relied upon to accurately depict the property.
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01208 862 601
BRIEF SUMMARY - PLEASE CONTACT US FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
This truly sensational and entirely unique coastal bolthole has direct beach frontage and ownership of the beach (down to the mean high water) and surrounding clifftop, totalling approximately 40 acres and including over 1.4 miles of linear coastline.
Built in 1929 as a tearoom for travellers walking down into the valley of Millook, The Beach Hut at Millook Haven is probably one of the most outstanding examples of a 20th century seaside beach hut in Cornwall. Often used as a photo shoot location it has also been featured in several films.
This sale represents an exceptional and rare opportunity to become the new custodians of an incredibly magical position on the north Cornish coast that is luxurious yet understated in its current form.
The property includes the Beach Hut which is currently a very successful holiday let with Unique Home Stays.
Viewings are strictly by appointment only and any internal viewings of The Beach Hut are limited to changeover days. Please contact us for more details.
In all about 40 acres of cliff and dramatic coastline with over 1.4 miles of beach (down to the mean high water line). The entire coast is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
NOTE: There is public access between the buildings down to the beach. There is also a small surf shack outside the ownership of the title being sold.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Phone line and WiFi. Wood burner.
Millook Haven Beach is a north west facing beach which lies under the imposing Penalt Cliff, approximately two miles from Widemouth Bay and four miles from Bude. Composed mainly of large pebbles and coarse shingle, it is well known spot amongst experienced surfers.