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Just come on the market in my search area 'Ideal BTL' according to the EA :rolleyes:

http://www.rightmove...y-27481414.html

Are you allowed to knock down walls and just replace them with accroprops as long as you paint them white :lol::lol:

Perhaps the house belongs to a pole dancer. Is the pole a bit worn and damp around the lower third ?

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Guide price should be around £120K for that property in Ringwood

wishing for a 30% drop in prices does not make it a fact

tim

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I viewed an 18th-century 3-storey house in Kingsclere about 14 years ago.

It had been spoiled internally by being 'opened up' with the removal of most of the internal walls on the first 2 stories. The original room floorplan was evident from the stone floor tiling.

There were several odd square-section pillars. On closer inspection they were plywood. One had a sort of 'inspection hole' - looking through it, I saw the adjustment key for an acroprop.

I couldn't get out of the place fast enough.

The place is still standing, and is 3 ft from a busy road with lorries passing by.

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I viewed an 18th-century 3-storey house in Kingsclere about 14 years ago.

It had been spoiled internally by being 'opened up' with the removal of most of the internal walls on the first 2 stories. The original room floorplan was evident from the stone floor tiling.

There were several odd square-section pillars. On closer inspection they were plywood. One had a sort of 'inspection hole' - looking through it, I saw the adjustment key for an acroprop.I couldn't get out of the place fast enough.

The place is still standing, and is 3 ft from a busy road with lorries passing by.

:lol::lol::lol:

Edited by juvenal

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An asking of £190k doesn't make it sold either, it would appear.

Agreed. But that is what neighbouring properties have sold for in the past 24 months

tim

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