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http://www.savills.co.uk/residentialsearch/propertydetail.aspx?pID=279556

On at almost £300,000 - it's so narrow, the door is squashed up against the window. They state 'There is a feeling of space ', but only show one internal photo. Maybe the camera man was a little plump and stuggled to squeeze through the door.

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On at almost £300,000 - it's so narrow, the door is squashed up against the window. They state 'There is a feeling of space ', but only show one internal photo. Maybe the camera man was a little plump and stuggled to squeeze through the door.

LOL it looks like they took one house and split it down the middle into two.

The plan shows that the house sucks. Even the stair well looks incredibly small, a laddere perhaps ;)

Swinging a cat is over rated anyway.

I love the photo showing the neighbours property view, lake and all. You get to just sit there and dream "what if ..."

£295K, bargain. Wouldn't even pay £50K for it. No parking either.

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On at almost £300,000 - it's so narrow, the door is squashed up against the window. They state 'There is a feeling of space ', but only show one internal photo. Maybe the camera man was a little plump and stuggled to squeeze through the door.

You'll like this one then!

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/6731859/Skinniest-house-in-Britain-for-sale-at-550000.html

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beat ya! - 1.19m wide - ok it is wedge-shaped so gets wider behind..

http://news.bbc.co.u...and/1634975.stm

The house with the narrowest front in the world has been sold in Scotland.

The one-bedroom property on the island of Great Cumbrae, off the North Ayrshire coast, has been bought by a family from Essex as a holiday home.

Measuring just 1.19m at its narrowest point the house called The Wedge, in Millport, barely has enough room downstairs for the front door.

Owners George and June Allison put it on the market for £27,000 in May.

Meh! Hoist by my own petard. ;)

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Hey DYIV, where you been?

In Aus trying to secure a job.

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http://www.savills.co.uk/residentialsearch/propertydetail.aspx?pID=279556

On at almost £300,000 - it's so narrow, the door is squashed up against the window. They state 'There is a feeling of space ', but only show one internal photo. Maybe the camera man was a little plump and stuggled to squeeze through the door.

This one really takes the biscuit. Utterly pathetic.

"There is a feeling of space".

Only a feeling, though, because of course there is no actual space.

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They state 'There is a feeling of space ',

I.e., someone put a mirror in the living room, which, incidentally is the size of a small vauxhall van, and that added an extra 227K to the genuine price tag

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The advertised price is £61,450

That's not so bad. Oh, hold on, there's more...

The advertised price is £61,450 more than what it was sold for three years ago.

Oh. Actual price £549,950. Ah hah hah hah hah hah hah.

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On at almost £300,000 - it's so narrow, the door is squashed up against the window. They state 'There is a feeling of space ', but only show one internal photo. Maybe the camera man was a little plump and stuggled to squeeze through the door.

Alresford is very posh and cutesy. Given that, it must be worth about 100k tops.

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1 11/01/2007 £270,000

2 10/06/2005 £247,500

The house gets flipped on average every 2-3 years (now on sale in 2010), so not a house "for life".

Expect it to be on sale in 2013 for £325K.

Who's going to step up to the plate? Easy guaranteed return.

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The blurb in the ad says that it is convenient for college which is 11 miles away. Not my idea of convenient , which is 2 minutes walk.

75K max . Keep a dog in that space and you would have the councils facilitator facilitators after you !! not bad after a few beers !!

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