The house left dramatically hanging on the edge of a cliff after a huge landslide collapsed into the void in the early hours today.

Dramatic images show the shattered bungalow after the ground underneath finally gave way.

It was the dream home of mum-of-five Emma Tullett who bought the timber-framed two-bedroom villa-style bungalow in August 2018.

But Emma's £195,000 home, which had a swimming pool and an annex housing two of her teenage children, started to collapse during the cliff fall on Sunday.

Emma's dream home started to collapse on Sunday

Half the property fell to the sea below along with her orange Seat Ibiza.

On Monday video footage showed the gap underneath her home where soil had fallen away.

But in the early hours today most of the house finally collapsed.

All that appeared to be left was the annex building and swimming pool.

In the early hours most of the house finally collapsed

She shared her home, ironically named Cliffhanger in Eastchurch, on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent, with her partner and four of her children aged six, seven, 15 and 17.

The family were evacuated on Sunday and have been put up in a house in Sittingbourne on the mainland.

Emma, 42, first noticed bricks in her front garden separating after arriving home from work on Friday afternoon.

Within hours, she heard "crunching" and blinds in her living room fell off the wall shortly after 9pm.

Emma noticed bricks in her front garden separating on Friday afternoon
The family are now in temporary accommodation in Sittingbourne

She grabbed her children and the family left the house with just their phones, chargers and the clothes on their backs.

They were evacuated to a local community centre and are now in temporary accommodation in Sittingbourne.

Co-op assistant manager Emma said on Sunday: "I was sitting there watching TV with a glass of wine and then the blinds fell off the wall. Everything happened really quickly.

"I heard this crackling and crunching and then you could tell the cliffs were gone. I think the cracks must've been getting bigger over a few days.

The family expected to live in the house for 40 years
Emma said her family have lost everything

"We grabbed the kids and the teenagers from the annex and just said get whatever you can.

"Today, half of our house fell off the cliff. All that's left is the living room, a bedroom, kitchen and the hallway.

"It's absolutely heartbreaking - we've lost everything. This was my dream home which I paid for in cash.

"We were told we'd have about 40 years living here, but we've not even had two.

"We can get a new house, a new car - but it's things like baby photos of my children that will all be at the bottom of the cliff now.

"It's the sentimental things that I can't get back that make this even worse."

Coastguard officers and council engineers are expected to arrive at the scene to assess the latest collapse to see if other homes are now at risk.