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can we have a whip round please? (property 'porn')

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bettsbattenburg Sun 12-Jul-20 10:56:23

I'd quite like to buy this -

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VivaDixie Sun 12-Jul-20 11:00:13

This is lovely. It reminds me of a house I saw on a TV drama in the 90s 'Coming Home' it was based on Rosamund Pilcher's novel about two friends at boarding school. One lived in a house like this and invited her friend to stay who was orphaned. I was so jealous of the huge girls bedroom with en suite 🙂

Silvercatowner Sun 12-Jul-20 11:09:04

Lovely but a bit big. You'd need staff to manage it and I wouldn't want that.

bettsbattenburg Sun 12-Jul-20 11:21:53

Oh that's true about the staff. It also doesn't have a swimming pool which is a bit of a disadvantage.

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YaWeeSkitter Sun 12-Jul-20 11:30:03

That is one lovely house. Although just furnishing it appropriately would be such a task.
It would make a fantastic house for a multigenerational or blended family. So much space for everyone.
And so cheap compared to south east prices for tiny boxes.
But what I particularly love is the drive. What a thrill to turn in through the electrically operated gates at the end of the day.
But it would be wasted on just me and DH so I wont put in a bid for it.

Disfordarkchocolate Sun 12-Jul-20 11:32:08

It's lovely. So much house for the price.

RippleEffects Sun 12-Jul-20 11:38:05

Am I reading this correct, its a semi detatched with some garden and land but the grounds are communal?

RebeccaCloud9 Sun 12-Jul-20 11:38:57

Why is it so cheap????

RippleEffects Sun 12-Jul-20 11:39:21

Looking at the images vs floor plans, it may be more mid terrace.

RippleEffects Sun 12-Jul-20 11:48:15

Looking at the sold nearby there are masses of properties attached/ in the complex. Flats, stables, barns, mews, lanterns, coach house, sion house 2 etc.

picklemewalnuts Sun 12-Jul-20 11:50:11

Lovely, but a little clichéd perhaps. And when their furniture goes, it will take a lifetime to replace.

TroysMammy Sun 12-Jul-20 11:56:16

As soon as I saw the staircase I thought "I'm in". I would spend hours walking up and down it dragging my hands along the bannisters, sitting on the steps, bumping down on my bum. Oh the enjoyment I could have.

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