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£130k new asking price

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-41294807.html

Zoopla says 'last listed for £110k'

http://www.zoopla.co.uk/property-history/10-station-lane/asfordby/melton-mowbray/le14-3sl/28038725

Also not sure if it counts as 'detached' Text says 'attached' granny annex (I assume thats what was the garage)

Estate agents :angry:

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EA's.

Minimum employable qualities.

  • Can take panoramic photos of living spaces without getting your foot in the shot
  • Able to insert industry weasel words into any conversation
  • Calculate your commission on the fly
  • Use measuring tape
  • Lie

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£130k new asking price

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-41294807.html

Zoopla says 'last listed for £110k'

http://www.zoopla.co.uk/property-history/10-station-lane/asfordby/melton-mowbray/le14-3sl/28038725

Also not sure if it counts as 'detached' Text says 'attached' granny annex (I assume thats what was the garage)

Estate agents :angry:

Abandoning granny? Nice.

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£130k new asking price

http://www.rightmove...y-41294807.html

Zoopla says 'last listed for £110k'

http://www.zoopla.co...14-3sl/28038725

Also not sure if it counts as 'detached' Text says 'attached' granny annex (I assume thats what was the garage)

Estate agents :angry:

Slightly off topic, what do you think of Melton Mowbray, and other East Midlands towns generally? I'm a little fed up with where I am at the moment and was looking on RM at various towns in this vicinity.

I hadn't considered Melton Mowbray, although I have looked at places like Grantham and Oakham. Is there anywhere you would recommend or avoid (Iassuming you are in this locality)?

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Slightly off topic, what do you think of Melton Mowbray, and other East Midlands towns generally? I'm a little fed up with where I am at the moment and was looking on RM at various towns in this vicinity.

I hadn't considered Melton Mowbray, although I have looked at places like Grantham and Oakham. Is there anywhere you would recommend or avoid (Iassuming you are in this locality)?

Grantham will be full of Thatcher pilgrims. Something to consider anyway...

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No she comes with the property that's why it has been reduced, the real value is £200,000 and the 70,000 reduction is because taking granny is part of the deal.

The property has an attached Granny Annex with its own deeds, this does not come as part of the purchase, however can be purchased in the future

When she pops her clogs?!!

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odd how god made water run naturally off a slope...yet clever builders think a flat roof is the best for service and longevity.

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£130k new asking price

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-41294807.html

Zoopla says 'last listed for £110k'

http://www.zoopla.co.uk/property-history/10-station-lane/asfordby/melton-mowbray/le14-3sl/28038725

Also not sure if it counts as 'detached' Text says 'attached' granny annex (I assume thats what was the garage)

Estate agents :angry:

What about the property's unique selling point? It's in Melton Mowbray - cheap pork pies nearby! Surely worth a few grand on top?

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£130k new asking price

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-41294807.html

Zoopla says 'last listed for £110k'

http://www.zoopla.co.uk/property-history/10-station-lane/asfordby/melton-mowbray/le14-3sl/28038725

Also not sure if it counts as 'detached' Text says 'attached' granny annex (I assume thats what was the garage)

Estate agents :angry:

Isn't this now illegal under the new rules from last year?

(I'm sure someone has a copy handy.)

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odd how god made water run naturally off a slope...yet clever penny-pinching builders think a flat roof is the best for service and longevity cheapest.

As people are fond of saying "fixed for you".

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Slightly off topic, what do you think of Melton Mowbray, and other East Midlands towns generally? I'm a little fed up with where I am at the moment and was looking on RM at various towns in this vicinity.

I hadn't considered Melton Mowbray, although I have looked at places like Grantham and Oakham. Is there anywhere you would recommend or avoid (Iassuming you are in this locality)?

Not really my locality. Furthest north im looking is Peterborough villages. My general search area is Bedford/St neots + 25 miles.

I used to drive through Melton Mowbray a lot on the way to university. Always looked a nice enough/leafy place.

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Melton Mowbray, famous for pies and dog food.

dealing all ends of the food market.

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