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"The property is accessed by a dirt track..."

The 4x4 crowd will be in their element...

I don't think you'll need a 4 x 4 - it has "excellent" transport links - Cradley Heath train station is within 1km which I make "walking distance".

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Must be a pi$$ take £75k to live in what looks like someones garage in the West Midlands. :lol:

It's probably a coal-house or something. Probably loads of history going back centuries, etc. Don't knock it till you've tried it. I hear Quarry Bank is lovely this time of year.

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This one's even funnier - it's in the middle of nowhere - one wall borders an A road, it's the size of a large bedroom. Almost died laughing. Used to be a holday cottage, sorry, holiday shed, but the holiday letting industry is on its knees down here (and the weather's set wet again for the next 2 months - that'll finish many holiday cottagers off - yay!).

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This one's even funnier - it's in the middle of nowhere - one wall borders an A road, it's the size of a large bedroom. Almost died laughing. Used to be a holday cottage, sorry, holiday shed, but the holiday letting industry is on its knees down here (and the weather's set wet again for the next 2 months - that'll finish many holiday cottagers off - yay!).

It's got windows. We used to dream of 'avin windows. Luggsherrie... <_<

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This one's even funnier - it's in the middle of nowhere - one wall borders an A road, it's the size of a large bedroom. Almost died laughing. Used to be a holday cottage, sorry, holiday shed, but the holiday letting industry is on its knees down here (and the weather's set wet again for the next 2 months - that'll finish many holiday cottagers off - yay!).

Looks like an old pike house. Perhaps we could bring that back instead of road tax.

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It's probably a coal-house or something. Probably loads of history going back centuries, etc. Don't knock it till you've tried it. I hear Quarry Bank is lovely this time of year.

Doe yoe tek the p1ss out ta Quarry Bonk. Ma missis cums from tha.

This is just around corner from me.

AvidFan are you a local?

Spiney.

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This one's even funnier - it's in the middle of nowhere - one wall borders an A road, it's the size of a large bedroom. Almost died laughing. Used to be a holday cottage, sorry, holiday shed, but the holiday letting industry is on its knees down here (and the weather's set wet again for the next 2 months - that'll finish many holiday cottagers off - yay!).

They're taking the piss!

180K for that? :o:o:lol:

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