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  1. Despite the reduction, still no offers!! I have heard through the grapevine that not only did they pay over the odds, but the house is set out very badly ie too open plan, so whoever buys it may have to put in walls etc Oh well - expensive lesson. I htink this may well be pulled from the market.
  2. lol - Alot seems to be shifting in Esher especially the higher end stuff
  3. I meant why is Rachman flying a desk - is he a developer who is staying out of the market?
  4. Rachman - a couple of questions These self build developers - are they in Esher ? What do you mean flying a desk - sorry if thats a stupid question
  5. Thanks - sorry to be dumb - but how do I ask a Moderator for an upgrade? Thanks
  6. Dont worry just worked it out!!!
  7. J50 - that would be useful on both counts - I would owe you a drink or three for your efforts
  8. J50 I appreciate your help - we live ages away from Esher so it would be quite a trek for us to go and see this, especially if its going to be a waste of time. I have looked on the internet and the gardens etc do seem to be that large but you can never tell until you are there. We have seen some houses in Claremont Park - but were put off.
  9. We were thinking of going to see this but your opinions are putting me off a tad http://www.findanewhome.com/south-east-eng...6ec89978aa9.fap As for Sandown/New/Littleworth - there just doesnt seem to be anything decent available
  10. Thanks - thats very useful. Do you think house prices will suffer more there than other parts of Esher
  11. Bob Thanks for the reply - its on Copsem Lane We dont have pets so not too worried on that front, plus the house seems secure so no running onto the road etc but I am worried about the noise - We dont live in Esher at the moment and so need some local knowledge Thanks
  12. Sorry to change the topic, but I have a quick question which requires the opinion of those who know the area well or even better live there. What do you feel about the houses on Claremont and Copsem Lane with regards to the level of traffic and sound pollution? We are tempted to look at a house but suspect it might be noisy and dangerous given speeding traffic. Are we being too sensitive or are we right to be worried? Many thanks for your help
  13. Our experience has been that in Esher, houses in the £1-1.5m have been selling, especially recently. Houses above £2m, are struggling and thats where we are seeing the most reductions. Having said that, there just aren't that many houses for sale in Esher in this range.
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