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This house was originally listed at £1.65m in October 2009. It was reduced to £625k on Friday ( says POA, but listing has changed on PN and is now between 2 houses at £625K). How did this estate agent think it was ever worth near £1.65M, some people rely on EA's to at least give an idea of what a property is worth. This is just pathetic, shame on this EA!

http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?r=1&c=1&s=106783735&i=0&p=TRLTRL56655&fp=1&sort=h2l

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I drive past those houses often. There are 4 houses, three unfinished. I imagine the developer needs to shift one to finish the others. They were on the site of two detached houses with land. Development began in late 2008 iirc. They were very uncompetitive when they went on for 1.65M - 1.65M buys you a lot of house now and those houses, although big, are on small plots with a sloping back garden.

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This house was originally listed at £1.65m in October 2009. It was reduced to £625k on Friday ( says POA, but listing has changed on PN and is now between 2 houses at £625K). How did this estate agent think it was ever worth near £1.65M, some people rely on EA's to at least give an idea of what a property is worth. This is just pathetic, shame on this EA!

http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?r=1&c=1&s=106783735&i=0&p=TRLTRL56655&fp=1&sort=h2l

Don't forget the built in coffee maker, worth every penny of the original asking price imho ;)

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Don't forget the built in coffee maker, worth every penny of the original asking price imho ;)

Yeh, noticed that myself. It's even on the floorplan as a "coffee dock." :rolleyes:

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Yeh, noticed that myself. It's even on the floorplan as a "coffee dock." :rolleyes:

Todays must have luxury fashion item will become tomorrows bit of broken tat :lol::lol:

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This house was originally listed at £1.65m in October 2009. It was reduced to £625k on Friday ( says POA, but listing has changed on PN and is now between 2 houses at £625K). How did this estate agent think it was ever worth near £1.65M, some people rely on EA's to at least give an idea of what a property is worth. This is just pathetic, shame on this EA!

http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?r=1&c=1&s=106783735&i=0&p=TRLTRL56655&fp=1&sort=h2l

:D:D:D:D What a dump! :P

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