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Beach Architecture

Three stories tall and closer to the ocean's waves. This is not necessarily the best place in a storm.

Beach Architecture

Three stories tall and closer to the ocean's waves. This is not necessarily the best place in a storm.

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  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 30 Oct 2016, 06:03
No, perhaps's not. But I guess that rarely goes through people's mind when they seek the ideal location. The land supporting the most expensive houses in the UK will be under water in 50 years if the warnings about the rise of sea level is correct.
Larry Bliss: Well, it's a game. They know that storms come and cause beach erosion, and they know the government will build up the beaches again... so they build on sand...
  • Chris
  • England
  • 30 Oct 2016, 07:03
Turn it into a bungalow - quick!
Larry Bliss: You would need a big saw...
Hopefully it is still there
Larry Bliss: I hope so... most of the damage was from water, not wind...
The weather seems to be worse than when these were built.
Larry Bliss: I can't deny it...
I imagine that, for that very reason, the ground floor is garage, laundry room, etc. smile
Larry Bliss: Probably so...
It looks quite comfortable... but no doubt you are right!
Larry Bliss: They are probably very nicely furnished...

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