UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY. RARE OPPORTUNITY. (USPs.) As far as the eye can see all around you. It feels like 'yours!' See this quick phone video on youtube of the surrounding area.
If you would like a "look-see" during early September then it's a date! - 15th onwards.
If you want a unique "away from it all" spot in a beautiful tranquil location, then the hut will live up to your expectation. 'At one with nature' experience amongst the natural habitat of Chesil Beach. 15 years ago it was bought as a tin shack fisherman's hut just for the wonderful location. Completely rebuilt it for US. Selling didn't come into the equation but sadly the time has come. An idyllic bolt hole. A dream of cosy Hut. Lying alongside the Fleet Lagoon, the Chesil Bank rises behind and you reach the top and have a panoramic view of the sea. The beaches may be packed in Weymouth, but you reach the top of the spit and it feels like your very own. The Lagoon is lovely for messing about in boats and swimming.
The hut is equipped for short overnight intervals, ideally for 2, but can be varied. Has cupboards and drawers and cupboards. There is a pantry cupboard. There is a tap for rainwater in the kitchenette area for boiling and washing up. Bottled water for drinking and cooking or straight from the skies and boiled! Also a generator and portable loo area.
The hut may be reached from Chesil Beach Café and Car Park, walking straight along for 30-40 minutes. Either by trekking at a low level at the side of the lagoon, or along with the top of the Chesil Bank with the open sea, or a mix of both! You decide how long you need to park your car in Chesil Car Park, and can easily be extended by mobile from the hut.
Usually, boat up from Ferrybridge or across the Lagoon to reach the hut - 5-10 minutes. There is a boat dock on the other side of the Lagoon opposite the hut, reached via the coastal path from Ferrybridge or over the farmland from main Wyke Road. Featured in pictures - looking over the Lagoon.
A great privilege to occupy such a unique position. Bird watchers would be in their element, and the night/day sky on clear nights/days are bejewelled. It is not unusual to spot hares scampering across the pebbles in and out the cans/dunes.
The price asked for is IRO. Offers welcome. Please note because of its uniqueness hiring out is not permitted ('The Isle and Royal Manor of Portland')
Please note because of the continued interest, Monday the 14th September is the deadline for enquiries.