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  1. I'm not quite sure what has happened to the 'Most overpriced s**thole - East Anglia' thread. Maybe it was swallowed up with the main topic under the 'Classics' subforum. However, that one seemed to been locked since 4th March. I ususally post flats but this time I have a proper house. According to Property Bee the EA has dropped it by £10k to 'Offers in Excess of £180k'. Looks like it needs a lot of work to bring up to code. Decent sized plot though (for my needs at least). 3 bedroomed semi in Costessey, Norfolk NR5. OIEO £180k. I drive along Dereham Rd regularly and vehicles struggle to turn out of Gurney Rd onto Dereham Rd. Even left turns are hard when there's a long queue.
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