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mrmagic

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  1. Find me a two bed flat (not ex-local auth) above 600 sq ft in Zone 2 London for less than £400k. I'm no troll, just a skeptical buyer.
  2. Area map https://maps.google.com/maps?ll=51.48137,-0.098923&z=15&t=m&hl=en-US&gl=US&mapclient=apiv3
  3. Am I just buying hoping to make a profit? Yes Am I happy to live here for ever if prices crashed? Yes (Subject to gentrification) The property is in a lovely house and on a lovely street but i'm more concerned about the surrounding areas. The surrounding areas of Walworth and Kennington have a very high concentration of estates and a bit of a rough history (Walworth riot, aylesbury estate, kennington and burgess parks generally not regarded as being safe, etc, etc). Being that estates are the most prevalent housing stock, i fear that the area might not change much if at all in the futu
  4. Thanks all! LOL certainly not an EA just a very confused FTB. I'm more curious about the actual type of property (Georgian period) and where it is, its location feels a bit dubious (considering the estates). Also wonder if anyone is familiar with the area or somewhere with a similar profile and how future buyers might perceive its value.
  5. Hello! Newbie here. http://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/details/34160288 I came across this flat in a Georgian property and i'm wondering if its good value for what it is considering it is surrounded by a lot of estates on streets nearby. Its situated at the north end of camberwell and its very close to walworth road and burgess park. I wonder if the regeneration of Elephant & Castle and the nearby Aylesbury estate might have a positive effect on its value in future. What about Camberwell in general?
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