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Warthog

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  1. I don't want to sound too naive (even if I am, as a FTB) but do these agents tend to lie as a general rule, or it's just my impression? :-) Yes, they're congenital liars. All of them. I'd offer a few grand more and say the alternative is to stuff it.
  2. Rooting for you! This obviously isn't Grove Close then. Even if they come back and say 230K you'll be ahead (assuming you can stretch that far). You can barter if it needs work too. I'd like to think that my 2-br KT flat is worth 250K. Deep down I know it probably isn't though.
  3. Rooting for you! This obviously isn't Grove Close then. Even if they come back and say 230K you'll be ahead (assuming you can stretch that far). You can barter if it needs work too. I'd like to think that my 2-br KT flat is worth 250K. Deep down I know it probably isn't though.
  4. Don't know the Close itself (might be fine) but it appears to nestle somewhere between the Cambridge Road and the back of the University. Very broadly, it's on the wrong side of the railway line in Kingston. Try to concentrate on north Kingston.
  5. Well, the £1m bargain now has a sold sign outside it - after roughly 10 days on the market...
  6. 'Stunning Views of The River' being the operative words I suppose.
  7. Good grief, the million barrier is smashed in my neck of the woods... http://www.kfh.co.uk/residential/houses-for-sale/london-kingston-upon-thames-kt2-clifton-road/2061452/
  8. For anyone interested, the purpose of this development has now been revealed by posters on the side of the development as 'Luxury Student Studios'! Nice for 'em - and awfully handy for the big nightclub just opposite. There's even an example now ready for inspection on site.
  9. Fortunately, I am almost exactly 10 minutes away.
  10. Yes, that's precisely what it looks like to me too! A truly horrendous location. Handy for the station and the Rotunda though - providing you don't get flattened crossing the one way. Regarding your earlier query about the state of the market in Kingston - I haven't been watching either, but it just seems to just be on-hold at the moment. I don't think there's been a crash as such. Anyway, the politicians mostly seem to view a buoyant property market as part of the 'recovery'. It's how things have been made to work for the past 10+ years. There is no plan B.
  11. On the subject of Kingston station, what is being built just opposite? Surely not more flats in that location (ie, right on the one-way)...
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