THERE might be talk of Brexit economic uncertainty affecting housing prices but the same cannot be said for the beach hut business.

A timber cabin that has no running water, mains electricity or toilet has gone on the market for the "sensible price" of £275,000.

That is because it is on the sandy peninsula that is home to the most expensive beach huts in Britain.

Hut 325 is located in the middle of the Mudeford Sandbank in Christchurch. It sleeps up to six people and has stunning sea views looking out to the Isle of Wight.

Measuring 15ft by 12ft the hut has a kitchen area that has an oven and hob run off bottled gas and a fridge and lighting powered by solar panels on the roof.

There is a decked area on the beach side for barbecues.

There is also a mezzanine level that sleeps two people with not very much head room, while the lounge seating area can be converted into a bed.

For toilet and washing, users have to access a communal shower block.

But the cabin's ultimate selling point is its location.

The site can only be reached by taking a 30 minute walk, a ride on the land train, which is currently out of use, or a short ferry trip.

The hut has been owned by the same family for the past 12 years and they are selling it now after their children grew up.

Andy Denison, of Christchurch estate agents Denisons, said: "This hut is a really nice hut in a lovely, central position.

"It has sweeping, panoramic views of the sea and the Isle of Wight beyond and is perfect for watching sunrises.

"It is very well kitted out and can comfortably sleep six people.

"We have priced it sensibly at £275,000 to attract a lot of interest which we have had straight away."

Mr Denison believes the outgoing owners would have paid about £100,000 for the hut 12 years ago.

In that time prices for the 360 huts at Mudeford have skyrocketed, with the record selling price standing at £300,000.

He said: "We aren't seeing demand dwindle, despite the uncertainty over Brexit.

"If anything, people may be a bit unsure about holiday abroad in the near future and look to invest in a holiday home in this country."