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Any EA worth his salt knows that's a communal climbing frame.

:lol::lol:

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I'd be surprised if you'd even get a mortgage on that. I suspect that it's also a cancer risk.

It's also in Hastings. Hastings is nearly as depressing as Littlehampton. :unsure:

I used to get my Honda Fireblade serviced out that way. The permitted legal speed on the way out of Hastings is 175mph.

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£99K is cheap er, for a 3 bed semi. If you don't mind fetal abnormalities and growths from your head? Any scientific evidence for adverse effects?

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Is it safe to live that near a pylon? I thought there was some research a few years back that suggested a tentative link to some illnesses?

I wonder if they get any rental from the national grid - one of my friends gets 24p a year rental from the council because a street light is mounted on the corner of their house.

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Is it safe to live that near a pylon?

No, it is not safe at all.

Have a look at the Streetview. Looks like a mobile phone antenna is opposite the house too, just to add insult to injury. I think the electricity company should be force to buy it. I wonder if the house was there before or after the pylon? Very sad situation.

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A good buy for someone who wants to set up a cannabis factory... easy to tap into the grid and the police helicoptors won't be able to fly too close :ph34r:

...and all your immediate neighbours will be in hospital.

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Does not compute.

How was that allowed... the house must have been there first? Looks like a pretty serious substation right opposite the house, as well as being on a main road and next to a Texaco garage, so obviously busy. Surely it is unsaleable.

Still, at least it has a good view:

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Of a load of council flats...

Bizarre.

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A good buy for someone who wants to set up a cannabis factory... easy to tap into the grid and the police helicoptors won't be able to fly too close :ph34r:

You would probably be able to light the house using fluorescent tubes and inductance alone! laugh.gif

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You would probably be able to light the house using fluorescent tubes and inductance alone! laugh.gif

You could be right. I saw an experiment, which did just that without wires. What would one's brain would do though?

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I think this may have been on "Homes under the hammer" marketed as a sub-station ripe for residential development. If I recall correctly it went for £100k more than the guide price, but I may be mistaken.

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shockin.

funny enough, I went to view that place...the agent kept a volt face....he was just another property amper. Watt?...where are the Crown Joules I asked.

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shockin.

funny enough, I went to view that place...the agent kept a volt face....he was just another property amper. Watt?...where are the Crown Joules I asked.

Yes, the price asked is a bit of a tall order.

Off the grid, one might say.

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