Grand Designs' 'saddest ever property' slashes an eye-watering £3.5million from asking price in desperate bid to sell | The Sun

A GRAND Designs' house, called Chesil Cliff House, which starred in one of most popular episodes, is back on the market for £6.5 million.

The property designed by, music producer, Edward Short first appeared on the Channel 4 show in 2019 and was branded the 'saddest ever episode'.

Grand Designs viewers watched as Edward found himself in £4 million of debt to build the home and even lost his marriage.

But Edward didn't want to give up and in the end his dream pad was completed and put on the market in 2022 for a staggering £10 million.

Edward who was desperate to sell it, told the Sunday Times last year: “I need to sell it, that is all that is left."

He added: “I couldn’t live in it.”

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A year later, the house is back on the market with the price slashed by £3.5 million in another desperate attempt to sell it.

Featuring eight bedrooms, an infinity pool, beach access and a storm room, it's now listed for £6.5million on Knight Frank.

The interior design is inspired by the luxury villas of Ibiza.

This is where Edward promoted club nights in the 1990s.

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He hired Brighton architect Alan Phillips, who was fresh off a project for U2 frontman Bono in France, to design his vision.

The four-story lighthouse-style house has a'storm room' where visitors can watch the weather come in from the sea.

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