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Not too shabby a property, but checkout that nice little reality check.

6 months at £435k, clearly not a sniff through the summer and now somebody is realising that if they're lucky, they might end up with just £100k less than they hoped:

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-25746572.html

(Obviously needs Property Bee)

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What on earth has it got a picture of a bee in a flower in its house pictures for?

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It's a Property-Bee.com

Presumably people buy bees and not houses? Bargain bee at c300K

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What on earth has it got a picture of a bee in a flower in its house pictures for?

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You beat me to it lol

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Nice gaff for the money, it's got me thinking..

Really? What's the average wage around there...?

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It's a Property-Bee.com

Presumably people buy bees and not houses? Bargain bee at c300K

No it;s the house number that's £300k. The bee's free I reckon.

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Oh dear.

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Look at that prehistoric television. Take off another £50K.

They haven't "invested" in the latest 3D HD Digital Surround Dolby Widescreen technology.

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Here's a "proper" house for that kind of money:

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-22020466.html

You could do some high-fallutin' entertainin' from that country pile!

Looks more like my sort of place.

Though the description "There is excellent shopping within walking distance " is a little odd.

You buy a lovely mansion house and then walk places??? How common you would have to be.

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Also, it's right by the river, which floods regularly in the spring. Worcester cricket ground slightly South of that house floods quite a bit.

Edited by deflation

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It's right by the river, which floods regularly in the spring. Worcester cricket ground slightly South of that house and further away from the river, floods quite a bit.

So 450K is too much? What should I offer?

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It's right by the river, which floods regularly in the spring. Worcester cricket ground slightly South of that house and further away from the river, floods quite a bit.

Shame. Another local I see.

Someone on here posted a fantastic place in Bevere a few years ago - 390K - came with a few acres - mock tudor and all that - 4 bed but looked bigger.

Maybe it'd be okay if it flooded as this place looks to be standing on at least one storey anyway. Maybe it's the armoury?

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Like RC said - you're surrounded by commoners... :(

droit de whatever

you could probably get used to it

Edit

Droit de seigneur (French pronunciation: [dʁwa də sɛɲœʁ], "the lord's right", often conflated with the Latin phrase "Jus primae noctis"), is a term now popularly used to describe an alleged legal right allowing the lord of an estate to take the virginity of the estate's virgins. Little or no historical evidence has been unearthed from the Middle Ages to support the idea that it ever actually existed.[1]

edited: are there any virgins on estates in Worcester?

Edited by ingermany

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Its sold off its land ....

That's one of my biggest bugbears. I see a nice house and the greedy sods have sold the back garden and ruined the property.

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