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"recently valued at £2,600,000 and we are seeking to achieve £2,000,000".

Oh really - how generous of you.

And why would that be, then, eh ?

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"recently valued at £2,600,000 and we are seeking to achieve £2,000,000".

Oh really - how generous of you.

And why would that be, then, eh ?

History

date event

24 January 2010

* Price changed: from '£1,800,000' to '£2,300,000' [Found by n/a]

18 December 2009

* Initial entry found. [Found by n/a]

Double hmmmm.

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Sh*tpool! ?

Thats about 30 secs away from where one Paul Pike got his head blown off about 4 weeks ago.................Lovely area.

Mike

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Being a regular viewer of L22 & L23 on Rightmove I know that these have been hanging around for a while now. I'm sure the little house was on there at some point as well, I can't remember what price it was but as you can expect it was 'above average' for the area!

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24 January 2010 * Price changed: from '£1,800,000' to '£2,300,000'

Double hmmmm.

That was the first thing I noticed.. plus the fact that none of the rooms seem to have curtains fitted yet.

Where's my barge-pole... :rolleyes:

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