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Dunno if this is true. And I dont know anything about the circumstances. But on face value this is incredible!!

My mate lived in low bank road bought at 39K and sold for 45K about 3 years ago to give you an idea. A fair price is 50K in my opinion. I would even think of buying at that level.

If the link dont work then it a nethouse prices search....WN4 post code and low bank road. No 34.

Sod it ive cut and pasted the page...

34, Low Bank Road

Ashton In Makerfield, Wigan

Greater Manchester

WN4 9RZ

£61,560

Terraced

Leasehold

Build status not stated

17 Jul 2005

Map(WN4 9RZ)

60, Low Bank Road

Ashton In Makerfield, Wigan

Greater Manchester

WN4 9RZ

£67,500

Semi-Detached

Leasehold

Build status not stated

02 Jun 2005

Map(WN4 9RZ)

34, Low Bank Road

Ashton In Makerfield, Wigan

Greater Manchester

WN4 9RZ

£92,500

Terraced

Leasehold

Build status not stated

23 Aug 2004

Map(WN4 9RZ)

90, Low Bank Road

Ashton In Makerfield, Wigan

Greater Manchester

WN4 9RZ

£93,250

Terraced

Leasehold

Build status not stated

03 Aug 2004

Map(WN4 9RZ)

10, Low Bank Road

Ashton In Makerfield, Wigan

Greater Manchester

WN4 9RZ

£91,950

Semi-Detached

Freehold

Build status not stated

08 Jul 2004

Map(WN4 9RZ)

Whats that a 30 per cent reduction in a year??

Keep it coming!

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