Shellbeach, Kent

Single storey house/shack on a sand and shell beach. Once part of a small fishing community, rough and ready but basic amenities and basic interior. Isolated, lonely, reached by an unmade farm track. One of a handful of similar yet different shacks. Sea and beach on one side and marshland and fields as far as the eye can see on the other. The property consists of one large living room with a small kitchen area, a bedroom leading off the living room, and a smaller room also leading off the main room. There is a wood burning stove for heating. French doors lead onto a porch and then a small area of decking which extends halfway around the southern side of the property. The shack is on a fenced plot about 60′ square. There is a WC. Located in Isle of Sheppey. PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS NO WATER OR ELECTRICITY


TrainNearest Rail: Sheerness, about 12 miles away. Taxis.

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