Whitstable holiday homes built on council land that sold for £165,000 go up for sale for £3.5MILLION

A row of seafront holiday lets built on council land sold for just £165,000 has been put on the market for almost £3.5 million.

The seven cottages in Whitstable, Kent have been slapped with the hefty price tag by estate agency Christie & Co, who said the properties generated £430,000 in income from holidaymakers in the past year.

Consisting of one and two-bedroom houses, the lucrative site on Sea Street in the seaside town forms part of The Warehouse development that incorporated the…

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