Proving a popular location on Western Lawns, Beach Hut 167 is a pleasure to offer.
With direct access to the beach and close to the Lifeguard position in season, this property on the prom lies close to the Bowls Club, between Lex’s Cafe and Maroccos.
Ideal for dipping your toes in the sea, and splashing around in the waves, the coastal views and prom walks could prove a real distraction!
Beach Hut 167 is as pleasing to the eye as it is to the senses – with the sea air and seasonal skies to behold. With direct access to the beach and a choice of cafes within walking distance, this property on the prom is an obvious choice if you also enjoy sporting activities. Bowls, tennis, strolling, jogging or just sitting enjoying the wide views with friends and family.
With direct access to the beach, you can dip your toes or enjoy a swim against the backdrop of Hove’s expansive promenade and amenities.
“I can’t explain how much our beach hut has meant to us over the many years of memory-making. We’ll be sad to say ‘Goodbye’ but know that new owners will get as much enjoyment as we have.”
The Licence for Brighton & Hove Beach Huts is available for RESIDENTS ONLY and is granted for a minimum of three years.Refer to Brighton & Hove City Council Terms & Conditions of Licence – Hove Beach Huts – for details of use and decoration specifications.
Before buying a beach hut, please read carefully and familiarise yourself with Brighton & Hove’s Terms & Conditions for buying a beach hut, details of use and decoration specification.
An Annual Licence Fee is payable to Brighton & Hove City Council.For the period April 2023 to March 2024 the annual fee is £503.60 (including VAT) payable annually or by direct debit.
Business rates are a tax set by the government and are charged on business properties, including beach huts. Refer to https://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/business-and-trade/business-rates/business-rates
Read more about non-domestic rates at https://www.callawaysestateagents.co.uk/blog/beach-huts-non-domestic-rates/
Do you enjoy swimming, paddle or kite-boarding? Then you’ll probably want to be near a life-guarded beach for safety purposes. Find out where the lifeguard posts are situated by clicking https://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/content/leisure-and-libraries/seafront/lifeguards
Dogs are permitted on all beaches in Brighton & Hove from 1 October to 30 April. During the rest of the year, dogs are only permitted on beaches listed as dog friendly beaches (and these are well signposted). For more information, go to https://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/content/leisure-and-libraries/seafront/dogs-beach
Call Heather to arrange your viewing on 01273-735237 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details about beach huts
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