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It's far too much for some old victorian bricks on a small plot in Manchester. Probably built as a cotton mill workers gaff and now with loads of plumbing and electric nuisances let lone the damp with those solid walls. Probably needs new fit out and a new roof really. It's a mostly worn out home of little particular interest with high maintenance costsEA: 'A charming and substantial period victorian semi in a leafy suburb, retaining many original features. Highly sought after area and a great investment'.

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The first one is next to a strange green coridor on the map

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=M21+9NX&ll=53.448507,-2.280645&spn=0.002137,0.004823&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&t=h&z=18

It'd put me off buying it.

06/04/2011 67, Grange Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M21 9NX

Freehold semi-detached house map

£365,000

09/07/2010 67, Grange Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M21 9NX

Freehold semi-detached house map

£250,000

24/10/2007 55, Grange Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M21 9NX

Freehold semi-detached house map

£80,500

07/04/2006 49, Grange Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M21 9NX

Freehold semi-detached house map

£270,000

23/09/2004 65, Grange Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M21 9NX

Freehold semi-detached house map

£253,750

15/12/2003 57, Grange Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M21 9NX

Freehold semi-detached house map

£217,000

25/09/2003 61, Grange Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M21 9NX

Freehold semi-detached house map

£174,950

20/05/2002 57, Grange Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M21 9NX

Freehold semi-detached house map

£110,000

07/12/2001 65, Grange Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M21 9NX

Freehold semi-detached house map

£160,000

15/12/2000 47, Grange Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M21 9NX

Freehold semi-detached house map

£139,000

The road is also bizarre as it's got a wall across it a bit further up!!!!!

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=M21+9NX&ll=53.448973,-2.280178&spn=0.008485,0.01929&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&t=h&z=16&layer=c&cbll=53.449136,-2.280112&panoid=_mWyD6UCjtIFwslqRf1EOw&cbp=12,28.28,,0,-5.31

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UNEXPECTEDLY RE-OFFERED FOR SALE AT A REDUCED PRICE OF £375,000.

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-29407117.html

Even with £200k off, it would still be £50k overpriced.

Just looked at the latest house price sales stats for where I'm currently staying due to work commitments: London, N14. Two 3 bed semi's just sold for ~£370k each. And these are houses that are a 35 minutes commute away from City or Docklands (therefore £100k-£150k+ earnings potential.)

And these jokers want that kind of money for that in Chorlton??&%^^$%!!!

Guess it must be aimed at those rich BBC "movers" from Darn Sarf, again. :)

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Yes, Chorlton - it's so "hip" and "left-field" and "bohemiam" etc etc ... it's a f*cking sh1thole that looks like Longsight in reality.

Priced to see, I bet it has "kerb" appeal too ahahahahahahahaha one to watch on property-bee I think! :blink:

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Chorlton is great place to live if you are so inclined. That does not make the price any more palatable though. I think the 180K end terrace (3 bed) that has a sold sign up right now on the corner of kennsington street and oswarld road will prove somewhat of a problem.

If this area does not drop, I'd just wander up to kings Road in firswood and get something there, substantially cheaper, and semi-detached to boot. 5 min walk.

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Even with £200k off, it would still be £50k overpriced.

Just looked at the latest house price sales stats for where I'm currently staying due to work commitments: London, N14. Two 3 bed semi's just sold for ~£370k each. And these are houses that are a 35 minutes commute away from City or Docklands (therefore £100k-£150k+ earnings potential.)

And these jokers want that kind of money for that in Chorlton??&%^^$%!!!

Guess it must be aimed at those rich BBC "movers" from Darn Sarf, again. :)

Yes WTF.

London SE9, Eltham, next to the train station and 30 minutes into Waterloo £369,000

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-30610597.html?premiumA=true

I'm not saying that's great value, but where is Chorlton? Or Chortle-ton from the looks of the house prices.

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