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http://www.vebra.com/details/property/2340/22553398

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-30769786.html

On street view it's obviously 5 flats, with 5 electric boxes and 5 Sky dishes on the side of the property.

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Front driveway suitable for four cars with patio area ideal for entertaining, conifer borders and selection of shrubs

4 cars!! you cant fit 4 people in that place let alone the potential 15 you could bring in 3 cars (assuming 1 cars its the owners)

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http://www.vebra.com...y/2340/22553398

http://www.rightmove...y-30769786.html

On street view it's obviously 5 flats, with 5 electric boxes and 5 Sky dishes on the side of the property.

It is certainly still a flat in my eyes. :( Just a ground floor flat that is fortunate not to have any direct upstairs neighbours. Just hope that a propective buyer pays the price of it based on a flat as opposed to a bungalow.

http://www.rightmove...y-31678679.html

JUST REDUCED Bungalow- Chain Free :lol:

I've seen that one before recently. Very expensive for what it is. Was it originally part of the adjoining house as an extra bedroom or utility area? :unsure:

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I've seen that one before recently. Very expensive for what it is. Was it originally part of the adjoining house as an extra bedroom or utility area?

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-19288290.html

Actually they are ex councill places and were built as bungalows mainly for older folk, not so much parking with this particular one though :P

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http://www.vebra.com/details/property/2340/22553398

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-30769786.html

On street view it's obviously 5 flats, with 5 electric boxes and 5 Sky dishes on the side of the property.

I'm surprised there was planning permission to turn this into a separate dwelling. Having no council tax band indicates in the details is a bit suspicious.

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I guess that this used to be the showhome offices back in the 1980s or 90s when the nearby houses were built. With a view to turning it into a garage for the ajoining house. They managed to squeeze a one bedroomed bungalow out of this.

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1 bedroom bungalow North Norwich £130k

£130k for this is a joke though. In the same NR6 postcode area is a repo'd ex-MOD 2 bedroomed house for £95k. This bungalow is probably £50k overpriced. :blink:

:lol: Just noticed in picture 5 the agent is standing outside the window to get the best view he can of the bedroom (see the mirror wardrobe door on the left of the pic). It must be tiny.

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Would guess the planning permission exists as an extension but not as a stand alone bungalow.

No council tax band and impossible to get one without the relevant PP.

On that basis unmortgageable!!

And there if a flying freehold above it by way of that balcony!! :huh:

Surprised the Agents had the neck to list this?

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Someone said to me in another thread a few weeks back 'garages are pointless'

OK then brainiac, Imagine how many "executive bungalows" wouldnt exist if we didnt have garages to convert them from.

Its the garage revolution is what it is.

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Reminds me of this!!

This shot. Seller put his nice dining room table up for sale on flea bay.

Look closely and you can see him..... B)

table4saleonebaywithnudeman.jpg

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LMAO. they cant be serious at that price. this country needs to get a grip on imigration and start planning houses around the US sizes. SAY NO TO BARRATT HUTCHES could be the campagne slogan.

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LMAO. they cant be serious at that price. this country needs to get a grip on imigration and start planning houses around the US sizes. SAY NO TO BARRATT HUTCHES could be the campagne slogan.

I certainly agree. However, the UK doesn't quite have the landmass that the US or Australia, hence more big blocks of child-unfriendly flats and compact houses/plots. :(

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http://www.rightmove...y-19288290.html

Actually they are ex councill places and were built as bungalows mainly for older folk, not so much parking with this particular one though :P

That will probably house half a dozen immigrants or Indian ICT's. Wish I was joking.

1 bedroom bungalow North Norwich £130k

£130k for this is a joke though. In the same NR6 postcode area is a repo'd ex-MOD 2 bedroomed house for £95k. This bungalow is probably £50k overpriced. :blink:

:lol: Just noticed in picture 5 the agent is standing outside the window to get the best view he can of the bedroom (see the mirror wardrobe door on the left of the pic). It must be tiny.

Good spot.

What a cheeky sod. Fisheye lens too!

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