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HOW much?! (3 bed cottage)

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TheSnowFairy Sat 21-Jan-17 13:08:49

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-to-rent/find.html?locationIdentifier=REGION%5E4438&sortType=6

Thought there was a digit added in by mistake confused

Fireinthegrate Sat 21-Jan-17 13:10:07

Link doesn't work

blueskyinmarch Sat 21-Jan-17 13:11:52

Clicky link

MyOtherNameIsTaken Sat 21-Jan-17 13:12:11

www.rightmove.co.uk/property-to-rent/find.html?locationIdentifier=REGION%5E4438&sortType=6

TheSnowFairy Sat 21-Jan-17 13:13:40

Thank you blue and my

OwlinaTree Sat 21-Jan-17 13:13:52

Must be an error!

Redglitter Sat 21-Jan-17 13:14:52

I bet they get a fraction of that if it's let on a nightly basis. Still seems very over priced. It's not particularly special

TheSnowFairy Sat 21-Jan-17 13:15:06

That is exactly what I thought til I saw the weekly cost!

IamScarfaceClaw Sat 21-Jan-17 13:15:20

I always think of a cottage being small and cosy.....that is fucking huge and an awful mix of tacky and original!

MrsBungle Sat 21-Jan-17 13:15:28

Good grief!

SmilingButClueless Sat 21-Jan-17 13:17:05

I think they're renting them out as holiday cottages / very short term corporate lets for stupid amounts per night - there seem to be a few priced at significantly more than you'd expect.

(I know Bray is an expensive area, but still...)

Anniegetyourgun Sat 21-Jan-17 13:17:18

It's not the only one on the list with a massive price, so either there are some VERY expensive short-term holiday lets in the area or one of the local estate agents has a member of staff with dodgy typing and/or numeracy.

OurBlanche Sat 21-Jan-17 13:17:22

Wait!

The property was added to Rightmove about 20 minutes ago and almost instantly there is a thread about it?

[wonders who SnowFairy works for smile ]

wowfudge Sat 21-Jan-17 13:17:45

Have you read the description? It's a holiday let. I'm sure the neighbours will be delighted it's being advertised as a party place. Wonder if the mortgage company know? And money certainly doesn't buy good taste, does it?

wowfudge Sat 21-Jan-17 13:18:24

The OP probably has an alert set up.

BreatheDeep Sat 21-Jan-17 13:18:29

Reckon it's serviced so it's like staying in a hotel but in a cottage

DianaMitford Sat 21-Jan-17 13:20:02

I used to live on that road! And got married in Bray church. Tis an expensive area.

TheSnowFairy Sat 21-Jan-17 13:20:57

Disclaimer: I can assure you I am not an estate agent, and if I was I would not describe anywhere as a 'gourmet destination'!

OurBlanche Sat 21-Jan-17 13:26:13

grin I wonder how much Heston paid for that piece of 'art'?

WyfOfBathe Sat 21-Jan-17 13:26:26

I thought it was a reasonable price for a cottage... until I realised that was per month and not to buy!!

I've no idea where Bray is though blush and I'm not sure it's really a "cottage" if it's that size.

Oldraver Sat 21-Jan-17 13:27:43

'gourmet destination' grin

Our local estate agent uses the words 'boasting' a lot.... 'boasting three bedrooms'. I think it may be general estate agent lingo but it sounds twatty...

GinIsIn Sat 21-Jan-17 13:29:09

Available for a daily rate of £1250 per night?! For a 3 bed cottage which looks like it was decorated by a 70s porn star?! You can take 3 rooms at the Ritz for less than that a night....

ImperialBlether Sat 21-Jan-17 13:31:59

It's obviously a mistake!

DubiousCredentials Sat 21-Jan-17 13:33:36

But that includes a full range of bathing products and concierge service. Bargain therefore hmm

MatildaTheCat Sat 21-Jan-17 13:35:05

Probably aimed at corporate events involving dinners at the Fat Duck etc. Certainly not a family looking at a home. So if it's let for a couple of nights per week that's still a tasty income.

The interior design is grim in places"

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