The Masked Tulip

The Wardens House, Clyne Castle, Blackpill, Swansea, Sa3

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How can you take this seriously?

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-33357743.html

10 April 2012 17:37:00

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03 April 2012 06:37:28

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02 April 2012 11:21:20

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28 March 2012 08:23:46

Agent found: Astleys Chartered Surveyors

Agents Location found: Swansea

Agents Telephone found: 08433142751

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27 March 2012 22:55:36

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30 March 2011 13:03:59

Brief Description found: A quite stunning and unique four bedroom detached house, located on an exclusive gated development close to the village of Mumbles and a stones throw from Clyne Gardens. The spacious accommodation com...

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Down again.

12 April 2012 09:36:02

Brief Description changed: A quite stunning and unique four bedroom detached house, located on an exclusive gated development close to the village of Mumbles and a stones throw from Clyne Gardens. The spacious accommodation comprises; reception hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room opening to a fitted kitchen/breakfa... kitchen/bre...

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What always amazes me about these places is that they look as if no-one has ever lived in them.

Most peoples houses are a mix of old and new, all sorts of different carpets, walls painted all sorts of colours, book shelves, coats on hangers etc.etc.

This one looks as though they have been into a large furniture store and ordered the lot, together with ultra fashioned bathroom and kitchen.

What it would be like to live in I dread to think.

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What always amazes me about these places is that they look as if no-one has ever lived in them.

Most peoples houses are a mix of old and new, all sorts of different carpets, walls painted all sorts of colours, book shelves, coats on hangers etc.etc.

This one looks as though they have been into a large furniture store and ordered the lot, together with ultra fashioned bathroom and kitchen.

What it would be like to live in I dread to think.

I personally think all those houses at the top of that lane would be cold and soulless to live in - as you say, they look like you are living in IKEA.

Would not fancy being stuck up the top of that lane either - especially on icy mornings coming down that lane in my car.

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I personally think all those houses at the top of that lane would be cold and soulless to live in - as you say, they look like you are living in IKEA.

Would not fancy being stuck up the top of that lane either - especially on icy mornings coming down that lane in my car.

I quite agree.

In a house, I prefer a contrast of style and furniture with plenty of warm colours, a delight to the eye as you move from room to room. After all, this is Wales, not sunny California!

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nice enough place but would you want everyone who drives past looking into your front room? all well and good having a feature glass wall but its got to be done on the right house.I have also heard a few quite negative rumours surrounding the whole clyne set up etc

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nice enough place but would you want everyone who drives past looking into your front room? all well and good having a feature glass wall but its got to be done on the right house.I have also heard a few quite negative rumours surrounding the whole clyne set up etc

Can you share them?

Swinger parties?

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Did someone mention swinger parties?

Are these the infamous Killay or Gorseinon ones? Or the more generic "We're having an affair" Mumbles ones?

But there is only answer to the mention of swingers!

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