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Garden Shed Was £325K Now £280K

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Top one is surely a contender for worst 'garden' ever.

Front is just rocks (note the asphalt is not even a straight line) , the back is just pavers and two scraggly trees close to death.

Absolutely terrible.

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Top one is surely a contender for worst 'garden' ever.

Front is just rocks (note the asphalt is not even a straight line) , the back is just pavers and two scraggly trees close to death.

Absolutely terrible.

+ 1

No self-respecting shed would live in a garden like that so it must be a shed with low self esteem.

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I just spotted this and had to share:

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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-31170359.html

for perspective this is in the same area for £30k less!!:

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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-31281503.html

The original asking price of £325k for an outhouse is rediculous (thanks property bee).

As a comparison I think that your second property suggests that the first is under-priced:

It doesn’t have a two bedrooms, what is shown as the second bedroom is actually the corridor to the only bedroom.

It has a tiny living room.

It has a peaky pokey tiny downstairs bathroom as far as possible away from the bedroom, reached by walking through all FIVE other rooms!

OTOH, it does look pretty

tim

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