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  • How many of the eight properties in our quiz can you get right?
  • Featured beach huts include ones in Felixstowe in Suffolk and St-Leonards-on-Sea in East Sussex
  • Values can reach tens of thousands of pounds – while the average house price in Britain is around £210,000, according to Nationwide Building Society

Myra Butterworth For MailOnline

Beach huts have become highly desirable properties with asking prices to match.

Those in the most desirable locations have values reaching into the tens of thousands of pounds. 

In fact, one of the beach huts in our quiz below costs £60,000 – although another is a comparative bargain at just £12,000. 

Take our house price quiz to find out if you can correctly guess the value of these beach huts

Take our house price quiz to find out if you can correctly guess the value of these beach huts

Take our house price quiz to find out if you can correctly guess the value of these beach huts

Those figures compare to an average house price of around £208,000, according to the latest figures by Nationwide Building Society.

But can you work out the hut that costs more than a quarter of the price of the average home? 

We’ve come up with a selection of beach huts located around the country, from Felixstowe in Suffolk to St-Leonards-on-Sea in East Sussex.

Try our quiz below and put your property-price knowledge to the test by finding out if you can tell which of these beach huts are the most expensive.  

If you’re unable to see the quiz in the MailOnline app or in Facebook Instant Articles please click on the following link to view it on our website instead.

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