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Bring up your web browser and create two "tabs"

Then on the first TAB, copy this link in:

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-31475260.html

The switch to the 2nd tab and copy this link in:

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-31360378.html

Now switch quickly between the two tabs....you should see what appears to be house that a moves from one village to the next.

( NOTE: Remarkably they are in two different villages and at the same price but with two different agents )

Please post any other such examples below....

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Bring up your web browser and create two "tabs"

Then on the first TAB, copy this link in:

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-31475260.html

The switch to the 2nd tab and copy this link in:

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-31360378.html

Now switch quickly between the two tabs....you should see what appears to be house that a moves from one village to the next.

( NOTE: Remarkably they are in two different villages and at the same price but with two different agents )

Please post any other such examples below....

amazing, it's the near-coincidental position each shot was taken from that makes it spooky.

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IT sort of works for the living room too!

Do you think these two villages are something out of the twilight zone.

Then again, all new builds are just the same templates rehashed hundreds of times.

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amazing, it's the near-coincidental position each shot was taken from that makes it spooky.

Yes, it is some coincidence.

Or...the tin haters might tell you that it's all a conspiracy.

Made they get taught the angles and distances to take photo's of houses when they go to estate agents school...if that do they must pack a lot into that half morning course :lol:

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I wonder how generations from now people will look at the sad crappy little houses people in the last 70 years have built been forced to live in.

they'll be living in them as well, except they'll have been converted to flats by then :(

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I wonder how generations from now people will look at the sad crappy little houses people in the last 70 years have built been forced to live in.

Lots of them will live in pods in the grounds of a Tesco so will be envious of the space we have now.

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( NOTE: Remarkably they are in two different villages and at the same price but with two different agents )

If either seller got their act together and bought a vase and some hazel twigs from Au Naturale, they could easily get £20K more than the other.

Hmm - perhaps both of them have already done so.

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If either seller got their act together and bought a vase and some hazel twigs from Au Naturale, they could easily get £20K more than the other.

Hmm - perhaps both of them have already done so.

Maybe it's a timeshare...but rather than the people moving to a new house....

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Truly emphasises the fallacy of 'this is definately the house for me'. 'I've fallen in love with its unique charm' etc. etc. that they trot out on LLL and the same.

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Truly emphasises the fallacy of 'this is definately the house for me'. 'I've fallen in love with its unique charm' etc. etc. that they trot out on LLL and the same.

That's a good point. You can get the same old heap of bricks 5 miles away..

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I think what we all want to know, is how much did it cost to build that particular model of house, back when they built that house, and how much adjusted for inflation (RPI, CPI, GDP, PPP, average earnings and HPI) would it cost now. Does the one with a re-roof or the one with the original roof have a longer roof lifespan, and which property should be reduced in price accordingly.

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There's even a forum for owners of this model (is the word "model" - or "style"?)

http://www.chrisrand.com/bryant-victoria/

Anyway, some more for you. Here's one in Bradford http://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/details/15285436?utm_source=nest&utm_medium=feeds&tmcampid=39&tmad=c

and one in Idle (magnificent name) also in Yorkshire

http://www.findaproperty.com/displayprop.aspx?edid=00&salerent=0&pid=9666706

and one in Warfield, Berks

http://www.findaproperty.com/displayprop.aspx?edid=00&salerent=0&pid=9073491

and one in Maidenbower (another magnificent name), West Sussex

http://www.findaproperty.com/displayprop.aspx?edid=00&salerent=0&pid=8954776

and one in Sleaford, Lincs

http://www.findaproperty.com/displayprop.aspx?edid=00&salerent=0&pid=9872328

I say, this is spiffing fun!

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There's even a forum for owners of this model (is the word "model" - or "style"?)

http://www.chrisrand...ryant-victoria/

Anyway, some more for you. Here's one in Bradford http://www.zoopla.co...ampid=39&tmad=c

and one in Idle (magnificent name) also in Yorkshire

http://www.findaprop...t=0&pid=9666706

and one in Warfield, Berks

http://www.findaprop...t=0&pid=9073491

and one in Maidenbower (another magnificent name), West Sussex

http://www.findaprop...t=0&pid=8954776

and one in Sleaford, Lincs

http://www.findaprop...t=0&pid=9872328

I say, this is spiffing fun!

The one in West Sussex is clearly overpriced if all the rest 'on the left' are priced at £250k. The two 'on the right' are 172 and 400!

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There is now an obvious difference between the two houses in my original post......

History

date event

29 September 2011

* Price changed: from '£249,995' to '£239,995'

03 September 2011

* Initial entry found.

:lol::lol::lol::lol:

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