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O.K so theres this beaten up house up for auction last year, broken windows, overgrown garden, planning permission to convert into flats

Sold at auction

12/09/2008 £350,000 Det. F No Map 141, Wetherby Road, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG2 7AA

After it sold I honestly presumed it must be some cash buying 'romany' types when I saw the F*ck off stone pillars

and the tacky wrought iron gates flanked by roman statuettes being lobbed in, fair play I thought

if thats what you like best of luck to you

Surely it can't be some amateur property developer looking to make a fortune??

....Yep Just come on the market for offers OVER £550K :lol::lol::lol:

Check it out at http://www.myringsestateagents.com/property-search

Now by the looks of the photo they have spent a stupendous amount making it look like some kind

of french regency era rococo theme park which 95% of people would probably want to knock off the price

to rip it all out and re-decorate

(don't be fooled by the photos this is in an incongrous setting to say the least 50 yards from a petrol station, 2 shops on it's left 'low rent' housing on it's right, pub, car dealers and a false teeth workshop over the road (yep)

on THE busiest road in town

if you are going to drop over 1/2 a mill on a house I would at least like some kind of nice location

or am i missing something here?

It's either a RIO or a Repo soon for sure

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