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The price is just a hook to get people into the aution room, Get there with your £135,000 sit down wait for it to start.

It starts.

Get up and leave!

Still it is cheapish.

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The price is just a hook to get people into the aution room, Get there with your £135,000 sit down wait for it to start.

It starts.

Get up and leave!

Still it is cheapish.

Agreed.

It is pretty, though.

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Grade II listed. There be limits to what you can do and may have obligations that you MUST do to it.

If the thatch needs replacing that would be 25K !.....lasts about 30 years or so from memory.

These people put the wrong type of straw on! :blink:

http://www.thisiswiltshire.co.uk/news/head...age_in_Devizes/

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The price is just a hook to get people into the aution room, Get there with your £135,000 sit down wait for it to start.

It starts.

Get up and leave!

Still it is cheapish.

The last "nice" house that I saw in an auction catalog was one of those quaint houses in a Dorset village that would normally be bid up from a guide of 200 to 350-400.

It was guided at 180, IIRC it sold for 190.

tim

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Is it on CofE land ? (looking at the aerial shots ) are there any obligations to church maintenance in the deeds?

Don't enquire, it's cheaper to buy a Chancel Liability Insurance policy. Once you've done the search you can't then buy the insurance any more,

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