David Tennant’s Broadchurch home goes up for £300,000

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    The tiny wooden hut where David Tennant’s Broadchurch character lives has gone on the market for £300,000.

    The little blue chalet on the bank of the River Brit was home to DI Alec Hardy in the second series of the popular ITV drama.

    Hardy would often escape there to ponder his gruesome murder investigations and complex private life.

    But after the two-bedroom bungalow first appeared for £275,000 in 2015, the ‘Broadchurch effect’ has seen its value shoot up by quarter of a million pounds.

    The little blue chalet sits on the bank of the River Brit on Dorset's impressive Jurassic Coast. David Tennant's character DI Alec Hardy lived there during the second season of Broadchurch 

    The little blue chalet sits on the bank of the River Brit on Dorset’s impressive Jurassic Coast. David Tennant’s character DI Alec Hardy lived there during the second season of Broadchurch 

    It originally appeared on the market for £275,000 in 2015 but the 'Broadchurch effect' has seen its value rise to £300,000

    It originally appeared on the market for £275,000 in 2015 but the 'Broadchurch effect' has seen its value rise to £300,000

    It originally appeared on the market for £275,000 in 2015 but the ‘Broadchurch effect’ has seen its value rise to £300,000

    The property has two bedrooms and is decorated in a white and blue nautical style. There is also a spot to moor a boat

    The property has two bedrooms and is decorated in a white and blue nautical style. There is also a spot to moor a boat

    The property has two bedrooms and is decorated in a white and blue nautical style. There is also a spot to moor a boat

    Sitting on Dorset’s impressive Jurassic Coast where the Brit goes out to sea, the property is only accessible by foot and boasts scenic views across the river, harbour and meadows beyond.

    Inside there are two bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, family bathroom and utility area, as well as a spot to moor a boat.

    The interior stays true to its seaside location with a nautical theme throughout.

    It was first built in 1900 and was spotted by Broadchurch’s creator Chris Chibnall, who lives in nearby Bridport, when he was dreaming up the first series of Broadchurch in a local café.

    It was built in 1900 and used to be rented out as a holiday home for just £41 a night. It is described by estate agents as a 'delightful riverside bungalow'

    It was built in 1900 and used to be rented out as a holiday home for just £41 a night. It is described by estate agents as a 'delightful riverside bungalow'

    It was built in 1900 and used to be rented out as a holiday home for just £41 a night. It is described by estate agents as a ‘delightful riverside bungalow’

    Tennant's character DI Hardy (pictured) was often seen pondering his criminal investigations on the steps outside the hut 

    Tennant's character DI Hardy (pictured) was often seen pondering his criminal investigations on the steps outside the hut 

    Tennant’s character DI Hardy (pictured) was often seen pondering his criminal investigations on the steps outside the hut 

    It used to be rented out as a holiday home for £41 a night.

    The property is described by estate agents Stags, of Bridport, as ‘a delightful riverside bungalow’ in an area put on the tourist trail by the crime drama.

    Their description reads: ‘Brit Bank is a delightful riverside bungalow situated in a waterside position, close to the harbour but beautifully tucked away.

    ‘The property is a detached timber bungalow presented in excellent order.

    ‘Brit Bank is a very special property as it was featured heavily in the popular coastal drama Broadchurch in series two of the show.

    ‘Through this fame many tourists come to the area of West Bay and love to see where all the action took place.’ 

    The property sits on Dorset's famous Jurassic Coast, which is a registered World Heritage Site and boasts amazing views 

    The property sits on Dorset's famous Jurassic Coast, which is a registered World Heritage Site and boasts amazing views 

    The property sits on Dorset’s famous Jurassic Coast, which is a registered World Heritage Site and boasts amazing views 

    The small chalet boasts views of the river, surrounding harbour (pictured) and meadows beyond

    The small chalet boasts views of the river, surrounding harbour (pictured) and meadows beyond

    The small chalet boasts views of the river, surrounding harbour (pictured) and meadows beyond

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