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StepfauxWife Thu 27-Feb-14 09:35:28

"Highly unusual" - that's estate agent speak for WTAF?!

The blockbuster wall is quite something!

kilmuir Thu 27-Feb-14 09:36:28

Rather like it

HyvaPaiva Thu 27-Feb-14 09:38:10

I love it!

FannyFifer Thu 27-Feb-14 09:38:45

That's amazing, think the blockbuster wall is cupboards?
What is that in picture 5, a bed inside the big blue thing?

dyslexicdespot Thu 27-Feb-14 09:39:39

I'll take it!

cathyandclaire Thu 27-Feb-14 09:40:30

I love it too!

Gatekeeper Thu 27-Feb-14 09:40:53

I love the drawing room...not sure about the rest in a Georgian house. Wouldn't fancy ninety million refracted images of me having a poo in that mirrored mosaic room

ghostinthecanvas Thu 27-Feb-14 09:41:27

I like the bed. Not very practical though. The rest, no.

Gatekeeper Thu 27-Feb-14 09:41:58

needs more than eight photos though <nosy>

StepfauxWife Thu 27-Feb-14 09:42:44

A video tour would be great on this one.

That bathroom! shock

StepfauxWife Thu 27-Feb-14 09:43:28

Gatekeeper grin

comicsansisevil Thu 27-Feb-14 09:43:46

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Swanbridge Thu 27-Feb-14 09:51:56

The bathroom seems to have stainless steel basin and toilet. Rather too "public convenience" for my taste. I look at that picture and can almost smell the old pee.

Wonder if they considered one of those all-in-one Wallgate sink/dryer units?

SteeleyeStan Thu 27-Feb-14 10:00:32

Looks quite nice.

UriGeller Thu 27-Feb-14 10:01:39

Ooohhhhhhhh. Gorgeous! Perhaps not the discoball bathroom or studio 54 kitchen (although I would've loved it when i was younger).

but I love the sitting room (last picture) and the cupboardy curtainy bed hideyhole thing is all over my Pinterest.

I'm going to do it for DD's room when she's older. Its called <ahem> A Nook.

Bunbaker Thu 27-Feb-14 10:12:02

Probably not the responses you were expecting.

It is not to my taste at all. The rooms are too dark. I like the Georgian style, but much prefer pastel colours as I like light airy houses where I can actually see what I am doing. I like the outside seating area.

The main thing that comes across is that all the rooms look like corridors and look very pokey. It is a huge amount of money for a 3 bed semi.

And is that free standing bath in the bedroom?

No, not for me.

RnB Thu 27-Feb-14 10:20:10

Love it!

sassytheFIRST Thu 27-Feb-14 10:22:03

The bed in a cupboard is like Heathcliffs bed in Wuthering Heights, where the ghost of Cathy haunts Lockwood. I like, but I couldn't sleep...

Am disappointed there is no pic if the floating Perspex bed, sounds amazing!

Clifton is scary expensive. Not much house for half a mill there.

Beastofburden Thu 27-Feb-14 10:27:51

For £500k I would want a lot more space and privacy/quiet than that. And the cost of getting it back to another style would be a shocker.

I guess it was someone's really, really fun project and they had a great time doing it.

Rooners Thu 27-Feb-14 10:29:57

that's EPIC smile

StepfauxWife Thu 27-Feb-14 10:43:10

Haha Bunbaker, not really. I suppose it has been done to a very particular taste but I can't see past that bathroom!

atomicyoghurt Thu 27-Feb-14 10:52:44

Love it!

JuliaScurr Thu 27-Feb-14 10:53:09

love it as an eg of what someone can do
wouldn't buy it or want to live in it

Bunbaker Thu 27-Feb-14 11:01:09

I agree JuliaScurr It is interesting" but I couldn't live in such a dark house. I would need a head torch to find my way around grin

truelymadlysleepy Thu 27-Feb-14 11:02:21

Where's the perspex floating bed? I need to see it.

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