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Did you see it when it was up for sale before? Not making excuses, but it might have been in a right old state. Looks like a new extension off the kitchen, too.

If they're just taking the p*ss I withdraw all the above. :)

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Did you see it when it was up for sale before? Not making excuses, but it might have been in a right old state. Looks like a new extension off the kitchen, too.

If they're just taking the p*ss I withdraw all the above. :)

2 planning applications dated 2000 and 2006 are registered against the property. So, it probably won't be a wreck.

But The transaction was done shortly after Lehman collapse (Feb 09) and in better part of Oxford,

properties are traded at Lehman + up to 10% (i.e. 2007 price). So, the relative price is perhaps out by £50k (i.e. £645k)

Zoopla valuation gives £635k

But of course, I won't buy it...

Edited by easybetman

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Looks pretty good to me, I lived in Witney years ago, in nothing like that though. Before the Australian property bubble bursts I might sell my over inflated house here on the Gold Coast, exchange my Aus dollars in to pounds at 40% more than I would've got in 07 at the peak of the UK property boom, make a reduced cash buyers offer in what is a buyers market and live happily ever after. But then again.............................

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Looks pretty good to me, I lived in Witney years ago, in nothing like that though. Before the Australian property bubble bursts I might sell my over inflated house here on the Gold Coast, exchange my Aus dollars in to pounds at 40% more than I would've got in 07 at the peak of the UK property boom, make a reduced cash buyers offer in what is a buyers market and live happily ever after. But then again.............................

I'm not sure if Bardon is going to love or hate you...

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This freehold detached house, located at Barford House Hempton Banbury OX15 0QS, has an estimate value of £635,498. This is higher than the average current value for homes on which is £437,114, which in turn is higher than the Zed-Index for OX15 which is £340,429. in OX15 comprises a total of 31 homes. There have been 0 property sales on in the last 3 years, with the average sold house price being £0. There are currently 74 houses for sale in OX15, one of which is at South Newington, Banbury which is listed for £750,000

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Whilst it undeniably is a nice nice house, it is in the middle of the great ****-all.

How many yuppies are there left with big dollars and work-from-home jobs ?

She's no doubt a beaut - and worth circa £400K if you already own a decent Range-Rover 4X4.

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2 planning applications dated 2000 and 2006 are registered against the property. So, it probably won't be a wreck.

But The transaction was done shortly after Lehman collapse (Feb 09) and in better part of Oxford,

properties are traded at Lehman + up to 10% (i.e. 2007 price). So, the relative price is perhaps out by £50k (i.e. £645k)

Zoopla valuation gives £635k

But of course, I won't buy it...

If they're asking £695K I'd guess they're hoping to achieve £650K. Would guess that most people with a grain of sense nowadays factor in what any offer is going to knock off - still only 6-ish% if my maths are right.

There's always the daft exception, though.

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