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You could be living the dream, snuggled up next to those spherical candles in this 4 bedder in Exminster, Devon.

  • Sold in September 2000 for £155,000
  • Sold in February 2006 for £289,000
  • Yours in November 2010 for £355,000

You're tempted, aren't you?


But they've also got a green twisty thing in a vase, that alone must be worth £200k of HPI over 10 years, surely?


Post 'em up when you find 'em - this thread could go stratospheric. (or die on it's ar5e)

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Looks dreamy, where do I sign? :unsure:

If would take me a lot longer that 10 years to save the extra £200k this Joker thinks he can conjure it up by simply owning a pile of bricks over the same period.

The sad thing is, so far this ponzi has worked, but the pool of greater fools is fast diminishing...

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You can barely make them out, but they are there. (Faraway twigs; too small. Classic 'schoolboy errors' from the vendor and EA's photographer, which will cost them a pretty penny.)

They should loose points for the old CRT tv too, and its far too small. Large screen plasma or LCD please! smile.gif

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This thread is SO funny :D

Did anybody (such as Allsop, EAs) ever actually say something about twigs in a vase lol???

here's athome magazine - dating 'twigs in vase' concept as early as 2003


Accessories: Salvaged twigs and pieces of driftwood silvered by the sun make interesting displays on shelves or in vases.

can anyone date the concept earlier than that?

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