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But for the overhead power lines, this place would've made a fantastic buy at £120k guide price, or indeed the £177500 achieved.

This place at £340k still has lots of potential, and still has the power lines. But who the **** would want to live with that ghastly staircase in picture #3? Or that arc-of-deezyner-ego wall?

(seems to be newly back on the market for the second time this autumn)

The agent's blurb blabs on about it featuring in "homes under the hammer", which I know is a favourite with some HPCers. Is this kind of take a place with potential and uglify it story typical of them?

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HUTH went all nostalgic today, showed clips from the pilot (sh!tty camera work included). All the properties showed made a LOSS.

Could this be the merciful end of that show?

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HUTH went all nostalgic today, showed clips from the pilot (sh!tty camera work included). All the properties showed made a LOSS.

Could this be the merciful end of that show?

Hi Tonkers

Don't think so - I was at an Edward Mellor auction over the summer and HUTH were filming there. To the best of my knowledge, it's not been shown yet. If they allow say three months for people to carry out the work, they will be doing their follow up filming and valuing around October / November so perhaps a new series for 2011?

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