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  1. Twyford is arguably the most sought after stop on the GWR line between London and Reading for those in search of a nice village community combined with the convenience of Crossrail services commencing soon. Up until about 12 months ago, the very few houses that came on for sale (especially 2 beds) were going in weeks, absolute mania. Well the market definitely seems to have slowed considerably, despite the opening date for Crossrail getting ever closer. http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-62812360.html Yes it's nothing special, and they were kite flying a bit to start with, but that's quite a drop in just 4 months for a centrally located house with character. Taking just plain simple inflation into account, the property would be now be "worth" £315,000 based on it's 2004 sold price. Anyone else on the periphery of London starting to see similar occurrences? Mainly in commutable villages that until a year ago seemed invincible?
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