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Frettchen Tue 11-Feb-14 15:20:47

So I'm looking for houses, as one does, and I find an utter monstrosity of design. When they say 'in need of renovation' they're really not kidding!

The patterns!!!

Or am I just really out of touch with the current vogue for clashing decor?

Either way, I had to share it!

Leodensian Tue 11-Feb-14 16:30:02

My eyes..!

TheLostPelvicFloorOfPoosh Tue 11-Feb-14 16:32:39

I thought this was going to be about houses with boils

Mrsladybirdface Tue 11-Feb-14 16:34:27

well it was fashionable at the time! It reminds me of my childhood home so I quite like it.

Poledra Tue 11-Feb-14 16:42:57

Ach, that's an old lady's house, that is. When the rooms were stuffed with had furniture in them, it wouldn't have looked as bad.

Frettchen Tue 11-Feb-14 17:20:40

I thought this was going to be about houses with boils

Sadly not. I just couldn't think of a better way of describing it. Some of those pattern combinations are headache-worthy.

The scariest thing is that this is pretty much the only property in the area I could possibly afford, so I'm trying to work out whether I can also afford the refurbishment needed to make it inhabitable.

MrsJamin Tue 11-Feb-14 18:03:11

I was going to say that seems like a good price for Burghfield! I would do it if you can afford to buy it many do it up completely. Where else around Reading are you looking? (I am in West reading)

Onesleeptillwembley Tue 11-Feb-14 18:16:23

I can just see Jim and Barb sat in there. shock

Frettchen Tue 11-Feb-14 21:13:39

Mortimer or Burghfield would be ideal but is looking quite unlikely. I'm in Tadley at the moment, but would rather be in a smaller village, which seems to push the price up and stamps down the number of available places!

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