A lovely vintage beach hut with glorious views of the sea and Walton’s famed wide sandy beaches, which you really need to see to appreciate.
Location is everything, based on the South Cliff side, peaceful and private in the third row with a large terrace.
When the sea goes out it leaves huge expanses of sand - and the sea is shallow and warm enough to swim in the summer.
Numerous water drinking taps for the beach huts are nearby. The pier is close but not too close - with a small fun fair for both adults and children including a full size tenpin bowling alley.
• 12ft x 8ft, with a stable door entrance, and a fantastic shutter window to the front, which frames the direct view of the sea and sandy beach.
• Original wooden floors.
• There is a full length bench seat across the back, with storage under.
• Included are the Utility Cupboard, with three deep draws. The cupboard side houses the gas bottle.
• Additional storage in a vintage three shelved cupboard.
• There is also large item storage in the roof space
Brand New Two Hob Burner with an almost full Gas Bottle.
Assorted Crockery and Cutlery.
5ft folding table.
3ft folding table.
Lloyd Loom Chair.
Two vintage pale blue customised shabby chic chairs.
Two beach chairs.
Two deck chairs.
Various beach toys, including buckets and spades, football & cricket set.
Two Man Pacesetter Dinghy.
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AREA INFORMATION :
Walton on Naze boasts the UK's Second longest pier which has cafe's, restaurants, a ten pin bowling, fun fair & amusements. A travelling fair usually parks up on the greensward outside the Columbine centre during the school holidays. The Columbine centre has a fabulous swimming pool with an aqua slide for the kiddies and also a free skate board park. There is also an indoor bowls club.
Frinton on Sea is just a hop down the coast you can walk the promenade all the way there, where you will find Connaught Avenue, with its large selection of speciality shops, independent boutiques, cafe's and restaurants.
The unspoilt headland of Walton consisting of about 50 acres of acid grass coastal heath land and 50 acres of scrub woodland with about 200 acres of salt marsh to the north of the sea wall. See the Naze Tower built in 1721 by Trinity House to guide shipping to the busy port of Harwich.
Titchmarsh Marina - boat sales, chandlery and Harbour Lights licensed bar and restaurant for a relaxing meal, where you can sit in the conservatory looking across the harbour, or in the main restaurant inside.
Call : 01255 672185
Enjoy sea fishing by boat or sea angling off the pier. Catch Skate, Bass and Cod in season, for fully equipped boat chartering and rod hire.
Call : 01255 675664 (evenings)
Boat Trips to See the Seals
Wildlife boat trips, an excellent way to see seals, sea birds and fantastic views of our beautiful backwaters.
Call : 07806 309460 or 07596 597615