Britain’s most-expensive CARAVAN! £700,000 holiday home hits the market in Dorset boasting remote-controlled blinds and an en-suite bathroom – as experts says similar ones could sell for £1million

  • Mobile home is located at the Sandhills Holiday Park at Christchurch in Dorset 
  • Caravan costs just under three times the average £249,000 house price in UK  
  • Boasts a king-size bed in its main bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite 

A new caravan has hit the market for £700,000 and could pave the way for similar ones that experts believe could sell for £1million. 

The mobile home, located at the Sandhills Holiday Park at Christchurch in Dorset, costs just under three times the average £249,000 house price in the UK. 

It boasts a king-sized bed in its main bedroom with fitted wardrobes and even an en-suite bathroom complete with shower and toilet.

A new caravan (pictured, open plan kitchen) has hit the market for £700,000 and could pave the way for similar ones that experts believe could sell for £1million

The mobile home, located at the Sandhills Holiday Park at Christchurch in Dorset, costs just under three times the average £249,000 house price in the UK

It boasts concertina glass doors which lead directly out on to the decking with seaside views

From the luxurious decking sunsets over the Isle of Wight can be seen 

And the home is just a stone’s throw from Sandbanks – a peninsular favoured by celebrities such as football manager Harry Redknapp, 74, his footballer son Jamie, 47, and retired footballer Graeme Souness. 

The holiday home, which qualifies as a caravan because it has wheels and a chassis, has been designed with an open-plan lounge, kitchen and dining room.  

And it can even be fitted with remote-controlled blinds.   

And the home is just a stone’s throw from Sandbanks – a peninsular favoured by celebrities such as football manager Harry Redknapp, 74, his footballer son Jamie, 47, and retired footballer Graeme Souness

It boasts a king-sized bed in its main bedroom with fitted wardrobes and even an en-suite bathroom complete with shower and toilet

Paul Craven, who works for My Holiday Caravan, told The Sun: ‘The £700,000 price is certainly exceptional but so is the holiday lodge.

‘The new owner will be getting a real luxury paradise with top-end decor, furnishings and mod-cons. 

‘It’s a clever move because even if the final price nudges a million, it’s massively less than a similar spec house would cost in a less privileged position.’ 

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