A holiday home converted from an old toilet by a glamour model on Cornwall’s coastline is under threat of crumbling into the sea.
Former Miss England finalist, Charlotte Thomson, and her partner Joey Auger, transformed the loos into a £600,000 holiday pad in Charleston, Cornwall.
But, situated on the edge of a cliff taking in the county’s finest sea views, the cliff started to erode and part of the garden has collapsed.
Miss Thomson said: "The cliff fall has affected only a tiny bit of the end of the garden, no where near the property itself, and not in an area that is used by our guests, so luckily there has been absolute minimal impact to us.
"When owning a property so close to the sea, erosion and other acts of Mother Nature are all things that need to be taken into consideration.
However, locals are surprised the couple extended their garden space to be so close to the cliff edge.
Miss Thomson and Mr Auger bought the property in 2015 for £115,000. After an eye-popping renovation, the 502 square-foot holiday let is named as Harbour Lights.
Miss Thomson, who is best-known as one of FHM’s top-rated High Street Honeys model, created a state-of-the-art space with a sound system, underfloor heating and hot tub.
The property was originally built in 1771 as a fish and net cellar before it was later renovated into public conveniences, the Daily Mail reported.
The port at Charlestown developed in the late-18th century from the fishing village of West Polmear.