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Everything posted by tennaval

  1. yes, saw that one, completely insane. This kind of quasi malibu "cornification" , is the small time developers lifestyle "look" of the moment....lets just forget the fact its rains 364 days a year and its on a road, with a patio the size of a stamp. Hard to believe...... that someone paid £400,000 in Nov 2007 will it get over £300,000?
  2. Heres another beauty folks........Commercial Road Hayle (gorgeous highly sought after area, AKA St Ives borders etc) , An absolute snip at £350,000.... http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-37679024.html would anyone really pay more than £250,000 ???
  3. This one continues its slide.......( now ditched Marshals for Savills) Sold 11/01/2007 for 527,000
  4. Didn't this one start at 1.5 million?...... http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-33709936.html
  5. After a brief but delusional kite flying attempt courtesy of Miller Countrywide (to get the instruction?) this ones bowing to the inevitable reality and on the slide with a £65,000 reduction.....decent start but still a very long way to go......reckon 350,000 tops Miller Countrywide - never knowingly undervalue
  6. Here's this week's 'Miller magic' offering: http://www.rightmove...y-21960486.html I'd find it a tough choice between this bungalow and a substantial Georgian townhouse or period farmhouse! Thats a shocker! No surprise it's.......Miler Country Wide
  7. At the best of times I struggle to understand or comprehend property prices in Mousehole (or St Ives), even though I appreciate there is a strong holiday let potential. This cottage is a prime example..... now reduced to £475,000.....think about it......a sweet but smallish cottage with one decent sized bedroom and no garden....its view of the harbour obscured by traffic and shoals of tourists traipsing past the windows.... The selling history reveals the eye watering inflation of the boom and the inevitable bust...the buyer in 2002 made £295,000 in just 4yrs ..... thats approx 12 times the a
  8. On the face of it a lovely old house...but given its unfortunate location......is anyone really going to pay anything near 390k ??? You can always rely on Miller Country Wide to deliver a vendor flattering valuation
  9. Relisted due to unpopular demand.... Own your own slice of Essex in.......err.....Goldsithney with this gorgeous "ranch style" property .....a snip at 565k http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-21785988.html
  10. This property has bobbed to the surface again today after Harding Laitys relisting frenzy. Is anyone really daft enough to pay anywhere close to £450,000 for this ? I would say max 225,000 for the house (which apart from being plug ugly still clearly needs considerable money spent on it) and a max of 50k for land and out buildings......or am I really so out of touch? http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-36772499.html
  11. Holy cow !! Thats the king of all "proper jobs"....just so wrong is so many ways..... Why does this hideous stuff continue to come on at such stupid levels....please tell me nobody is paying these daft prices.... are they????
  12. Wonder how many "offers in excess of £300,000" Lillicrap are expecting on this one??? It's not without its charms....plenty of windows for the new buyers to watch the traffic whining up the hill not to mention the delightful Fire Engine pub on your doorstep.....and what's that we see in the front garden on Street View??? Previous agents Miller Country Wide sale boards.....round and round we go on the delusional carousel ..... fortunate to get an offer in excess of £200,000........(Have just noticed on Zoopla this was previously listed in March 2009 for £355,000! Purchased 2004 for £195,000) h
  13. another classy piece of Hayle vernacular...... http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-36572141.html
  14. ok guys dont fight over it.... http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-16928574.html/svr/2716;jsessionid=89DE3B671D87B03D704216999C8A2312
  15. Miller country wide again....their valuations are prone to fantasy.....but at least they didn't take pictures of this prime real estate with a cheap camera in the rain.....
  16. Interesting Survey by Viable Opposition Blog (note link to pdf of complete survey at top)
  17. With this two bed flat, apart from the delights of living on Chapel Street next to the Admiral Benbow, you have to cough up £1800 for annual service charges.....note a lift was installed......thats more expensive than some Central London mansion blocks.....
  18. Why on earth would someone who wants to live in a country location pay 475k for this semi (complete with surburban garden)? Surprised if they get 325k.
  19. I would have thought that todays figures that are made up from sales registered in August/September reflect sale prices that would have been agreed around May/June, which is peak selling season, it will be interesting to see if the next few months correspond to the deterioration in sentiment ie double dip neurosis, eurozone melt down etc as it gathers pace.......
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