Monday Love: A shack on the beach








Ever dreamt of going away from it all? 

For a while, feeling wild and free? This beach-hut seems loke a perfect hideaway place to me.  I really like the turquoise wood wall - all colors look so vibrant against it. Looks like a lovely place to paint and write and look over the ocean. Hope the fresh sea-breeze reaches you, wherever you are, and brings a sense of adventure and new horizons to your week! 

More informations about this spot at jjlocations.co.uk - you can actually buy it. Read a few details:


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

12 comments:

  1. Looks like such a great spot...loving that vintage iron bed.

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  2. ohmygoodness! It is so charming! I think I would love it there.

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  3. MARTINA!!!! THAT FIRST PHOTO IS AMAZING!!! I have actually used photos from this jjassociates before! HOW ARE YOU DEAR FRIEND?????? ARE YOU BETTER? My voice is still scratchy!!!

    Lovely, wonderful and colorful post....you are wonderful. Bisous, Anita

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  4. Oh it looks lovely, I do so enjoy time spent at the beach.

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  5. Good evening dear one; I am very happy to hear that you are on the mend....oh, those deadlines do keep us on our toes but stress us out and make us sick! My voice is still harsh and hoarse, BUT I MAKE PEOPLE LAUGH WITH IT!!! I make myself laugh.....what else can one do when STRESS is prevalent in the job! Thank you so much for your visit; you always make my day dear one. Rest up.....Anita

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  6. God, I love a simple houses such as this

    got a lovly blog keep it up

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  7. They are amazing Martina... Very serene and lovely location!

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  8. Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog about my Mom. Yes, even as adults, no matter how old we are, we still long for our Moms! They are so special.
    Thanks again,
    Joyce

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  9. Hello Martina. My girlfriends and I are planing our annual weekend getaway for the next month. We go to a little cabin on the sea shore and your post just reminded me of how much I am looking forward to it.
    The photo with the old stove is my favorite,lovely place.
    Hope you're having a good week,xo,Monika

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  10. Oww...Martina, I can tell that those all pics were amazing!!
    I most love the second pic... so artistic and inspiring!!
    I'm agree this place were good to paint or write or even just for relax.

    Have a fabulous day, my friend!
    nensa

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  11. Oh wow!!! I was about to move in until you said no electricity...what to do what to do...

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  12. Thanks for your cute comment! I love it XD
    A huge kiss from Portugal!! Mauh*

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