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Fugly house, but love the floor!

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Mintyy Wed 04-Feb-15 13:07:00

And I wonder if the vendors are happy with the kitchen picture? shock ?

allowme Wed 04-Feb-15 13:07:43


Mintyy Wed 04-Feb-15 13:08:43

ah yes, that would help!

Lelivre Wed 04-Feb-15 13:12:08

Great! Same age as ours but no original beaut floors here.

linalool Wed 04-Feb-15 13:13:07

Very low ceilings, I would feel claustrophobic in there.

TranquilityofSolitude Wed 04-Feb-15 13:14:36

Looks a bit unfinished in the kitchen!

Mintyy Wed 04-Feb-15 13:16:17

Yes, the living room ceiling seems quite low, but not the other rooms. Kitchen picture is disgraceful!

GemmaTeller Wed 04-Feb-15 13:16:42


I could do wonders with that house grin

GemmaTeller Wed 04-Feb-15 13:16:59

I mean boring photos!

WellTidy Wed 04-Feb-15 13:19:48

Its a very straighforward house, isn't it? Looks almost commercial/instuitutional to me. Nice area though, and good size space. Not for me though, and I can't imagine that anyone will fall in love with it.

Mintyy Wed 04-Feb-15 13:31:44

I think its got lots of potential inside but why does the outside have to be so ... grey? I love the glass windows in the dining room (pic 6).

wowfudge Wed 04-Feb-15 16:15:51

Looks as though it has hot air heating with all those skirting level grilles and no radiators to be seen. The dining chair nearest the camera in one pic is all scratched at one side of the chair back and ripped at the back. Do you think they have a big dog that jumps up at things? Loads of space.

CrazyTights Wed 04-Feb-15 16:22:13

I'd snap it up, it'd be great if it were 200k-300k (ignoring the location of course)

TeddyBee Wed 04-Feb-15 17:24:42

I could do some stuff with that house. Seriously, it could be amazing and the outside could be tarted up very easily with a bit more nice mid century cladding and new windows and doors. If we had the money I'd be really tempted.

Apatite1 Wed 04-Feb-15 17:42:29

it's very easy to completely transform this type of house, all it takes is a bit of vision.

LBOCS Wed 04-Feb-15 20:46:52

I love the floor. The area is desirable but I find it a bit 'meh', there's not much going on up there.

It might be on the Dulwich Estate which means lots of restrictive covenants and estate charges. Lots of the houses around there were 60s built with hot air heating.

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