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or did it ever leave?

This is being posted in the East Anglia forum also but is worthy of a wider, national audience I think.....

I'm no expert but, looking closely at the floorplan and photos, is this a 'converted' studio flat? with simple partition walls put in to permit the claim of it being a proper 1-bed apartment with separate lounge???!!

And as for the very last photo....what on earth is that meant to convey??!!

Never mind the local wages being quite a bit lower than in London/South-East, or that it isn't in exactly a brilliant area.....what on Earth are they thinking by asking £120K for this!!!!???

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-26418642.html

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I've replied to to this thread in the East Anglia sub forum. ;)

The flat is in the Golden Triangle so vendors and Estate Agents tend to be uber-optimistic when it comes to asking prices in this area.

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You could probably have done that as an open plan kitchen living room with a separate and larger bedroom. It looks like a series of parallel corridors.

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You could probably have done that as an open plan kitchen living room with a separate and larger bedroom. It looks like a series of parallel corridors.

Also, save time by simultaneously showering and taking a dump.

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Definitely the wrong floorplan.

Yep, looks like the floorplan is for the ground floor flat (it has an extended front) but the internal pics appear to be of the flat above the garages. One would hope that an Estate Agent would get a basic detail like that right. :rolleyes: Although the EA seem a bit vague as to exactly which flat is for sale (possibly all 3 I guess, with the vendor flying the kite @ £120k apiece)

About a quarter of a mile away from that flat is this one bedroomed ex-council flat with a small lounge. Asking price is an eye watering £108,500! :blink: Even larger ex-council flats in the NR2 area, on for around £99k-115k, do not seem to be selling all that quickly.

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