When we think of living in a caravan, we don’t usually expect it to be expensive, luxurious, or static. And while this home is not moving anywhere, it is still classified as a caravan regardless, because it rests on chassis and wheels.
Why is this caravan so expensive?
£700K is one hefty price to pay for a caravan, but this two-bedroom home is dripping in luxury and style. The open kitchen and living space extends out into the patio so that residents can get a panoramic view of the ocean. The caravan was also designed with comfort and utility in mind, so the master bedroom is equipped with a six-foot super king size TV bed, and the second bedroom has bunk beds for extra sleeping space. Although this property is technically a caravan, the good news is that it definitely looks nothing like it.
Apart from the features, the location itself adds a couple hundred thousand to the caravan’s price tag. It’s located in the Sandhills Holiday Village in Christchurch, Dorset and a 45-minute drive will take you to the land of the rich—Sandbanks. Sandbanks is famously known as the ‘millionaire’s row’ because of the sky-high property prices and now it’s starting to look like Sandhills will soon be part of the millionaire’s club as well.
This stellar home is currently on the market for a not-so-modest price of £700,000 but the experts at My Holiday Caravan expect it to hit £1 million soon. Paul Craven from My Holiday Caravan explained to The Sun:
The price is certainly exceptional – but so too is the holiday lodge itself with its stunning views across the ocean to the Isle of Wight.
The new owner will be taking possession of a real luxury paradise with top-end decor, furnishings, and mod-cons.
Sandhills is increasingly seeing customers wanting to make their holiday homes a match to the exclusive lifestyles with which this gorgeous area is associated.
It’s a very clever move, because even if the final price does nudge a million pounds, it’s massively less than a similar spec house would cost in a less privileged position.