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A large end of terraced period style property that features 12 rentable rooms each with sinks installed. The property offers access to Turnpike Lane tube (Piccadilly line), Ducketts Common and local bus routes. The property benefits from off street parking and is being sold on a chain free basis.

Room Dimensions

RECEPTION ROOM 14'11' X 11'8

KITCHEN 9'3 X 6'

BEDROOM ONE 12' X 11'4

BEDROOM TWO 15'8" X 7'

BEDROOM THREE 13'1" X 6'10"

BEDROOM FOUR 11'8" X 6'2"

BEDROOM FIVE 12' X 11'5"

BEDROOM SIX 12'3" X 6'7"

BEDROOM SEVEN 12'3" X 5'5

BEDROOM EIGHT 9'3" X 5'10"

BEDROOM NINE 12'4" X 10'9"

BEDROOM TEN 13'10" X 7'1"

BEDROOM ELEVEN 13'10" X 5'9"

BEDROOM TWELVE 11'4" X 5'9"

GARDEN 18'9" X 14'9"

SHOWER

WC

Twelve bedrooms, one 9'x6' kitchen, one WC, one shower. Absolutely disgusting.

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Came across this house My link and was wondering if you can get paid for having a massive advertising hoarding on the side of your house. Anyone know?

Yes you can get paid, you also need planning permission.

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Twelve bedrooms, one 9'x6' kitchen, one WC, one shower. Absolutely disgusting.

12 sinks though :blink:

The estate agents brochure does say it has 2 WCs and 2 showers if that helps.

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<br />Twelve bedrooms, one 9'x6' kitchen, one WC, one shower. Absolutely disgusting.<br />
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My sentiments entirely. For anyone with any doubt as to where our recent migrant workforce chows down of a night or day, you're looking at it. No doubt completely illegally set up which is why you won't see any any internal pictures as there wont be any official HMO give aways like fire exits, doors, smoke alarms etc.

You can bet your bottom dollar that Haringay Council conveniently turn a blind eye as well.

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Came across this house ....and was wondering if you can get paid for having a massive advertising hoarding on the side of your house. Anyone know?

Yes, you get paid. But a salutary tale to tell. House at end of my road has a huge hoarding. Householder was paid his rent for years - then payments stopped. Ad firm gone bust. Householder wants (2 ton) hoarding removed. Can't get anyone to deal with it. Spending ££££'s on solicitors letters. Can't remove it himself as it's not his property and would be a massive job. Can't sell house with this massive blank hoarding on side. Bringing value of nearby homes down. Neighbours restless...and so on...

Dispute has been going on for three years......

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Yes, you get paid. But a salutary tale to tell. House at end of my road has a huge hoarding. Householder was paid his rent for years - then payments stopped. Ad firm gone bust. Householder wants (2 ton) hoarding removed. Can't get anyone to deal with it. Spending ££££'s on solicitors letters. Can't remove it himself as it's not his property and would be a massive job. Can't sell house with this massive blank hoarding on side. Bringing value of nearby homes down. Neighbours restless...and so on...

Dispute has been going on for three years......

I'd love a Dubonnet.

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