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3 bed house for £150,000?

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hercules Sun 08-May-05 17:21:49

Okay, where can i buy a semi or semi detached house with 3 beds in a good area near to excellent schools for this price???

RnB Sun 08-May-05 17:22:58

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HughJuggs Sun 08-May-05 17:23:21

What in the whole country or any area in particular?

starlover Sun 08-May-05 17:23:38

nowhere in sussex!

hercules Sun 08-May-05 17:26:16

Getting a bit desperate now. Southwards preferable.

hercules Sun 08-May-05 17:26:40

I guess could go up to £170.

Aero Sun 08-May-05 17:28:39

Next door to me!

RnB Sun 08-May-05 17:29:13

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Aero Sun 08-May-05 17:30:02

Oops - sorry - not semi or detached, but can guarantee good neighbours at least on one side!! Think the others are nice too!

Aero Sun 08-May-05 17:30:47

ps - if you find some, tell us!

Chandra Sun 08-May-05 17:37:21

A house like that won't be less than 300k in the area where I live. Can't believe how unreasonable prices have become! My elderly neighbours just put their house in sale this week for 495,000; as much as I wish somebody paid that amount so they cold enjoy a relaxed retirement I doubt very much they could find a buyer...

sparklymieow Sun 08-May-05 17:39:42

you might be able to get a 3 bed here for £170,000 but its hard to find anything below £180,000, I'm in Welwyn garden city in Herts

hercules Sun 08-May-05 17:42:31

How is the area?

noddyholder Sun 08-May-05 17:42:51

you can get an ex local authority house in brighton for 150-180 but nothing else

Gomez Sun 08-May-05 17:43:40

No chance you want to move to Scotland then ?

moonunit Sun 08-May-05 17:44:59

you can buy one for less than that in Lincolnshire, there's some 4 bedrooms houses for about £170.

hercules Sun 08-May-05 17:45:26

How is Lincolnshire? School etc??

Janh Sun 08-May-05 17:48:50

Excellent schools here, and you can get a semi for that, (or even a small detached ) but you won't be wanting Lancs, will you?

moonunit Sun 08-May-05 17:53:26

I'm in Boston in Lincolnshire, it's not a bad little town and thier are some good schools and we still have the grammer and high schools.

RosiePosie Sun 08-May-05 17:57:42

Isle of Wight . Okay, employment is an issue, but my dh commutes to the mainland daily ( an hour door to door )

WideWebWitch Sun 08-May-05 18:24:29

You would get something in various areas of Bristol hercules but I don't know if that's too far away for you.

golds Sun 08-May-05 18:28:31

Where I live, best part of town with excellent schools - Stafford, with the added bonus of having someone like me close by

kama Sun 08-May-05 18:32:56

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tamum Sun 08-May-05 18:35:52

hercules, hmb is in Lincolnshire and she's a fellow teacher, so I should bump this and ask her.

kama Sun 08-May-05 18:39:51

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