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Just found a 2 bed flat in Tooting, last sold June 2006 for £189k now up for £375k, recently reduced from £399,950.

2. Beds, 62.4 sq m. Admittedly it may have had a loft conversion since 2006, but they can't have spent a fortune on much else - it still has an old avocado bathroom!

Sorry, have yet to work out how to do links on iPad.

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Just found a 2 bed flat in Tooting, last sold June 2006 for £189k now up for £375k, recently reduced from £399,950.

2. Beds, 62.4 sq m. Admittedly it may have had a loft conversion since 2006, but they can't have spent a fortune on much else - it still has an old avocado bathroom!

Sorry, have yet to work out how to do links on iPad.

saw a 1.5 bed flat in east dulwich which was sold at £240k in 2009, they want £440k now. no work done on it.

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Sorry, have yet to work out how to do links on iPad.

If it is anything like the iPhone then you would double tap on the URL to get a par of handles that you can drag over the whole URL and then select copy (which should pop up automatically). Then click the link icon in the editor and double tap, then select paste.

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Just found a 2 bed flat in Tooting, last sold June 2006 for £189k now up for £375k, recently reduced from £399,950.

2. Beds, 62.4 sq m. Admittedly it may have had a loft conversion since 2006, but they can't have spent a fortune on much else - it still has an old avocado bathroom!

Sorry, have yet to work out how to do links on iPad.

ooh ooh send the links, might be the one I owned and I can email the agent all the structural problems!

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saw a 1.5 bed flat in east dulwich which was sold at £240k in 2009, they want £440k now. no work done on it.

East Dulwich (where I live) is insane and has been for at least 6 months.

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East Dulwich (where I live) is insane and has been for at least 6 months.

I've just had a look and it turns out this place is still on the market, reduced to 415. It smelt of mould, I'd guess a damp problem in the basement. 20 minute walk to the station. Ugly house, cheap PVC windows, busy street (Barry rd.)

still ... 415. K?

Insane is the word.

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Thats quite nice and the kitchen isn't in the living room like the other one :lol:

oh but it pretty much is! crafty estate agent photos make it look like 3 rooms but the 'reception' dining room and kitchen are basically one room!

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Thats quite nice and the kitchen isn't in the living room like the other one :lol:

You've probably just added 200 visits to the Rightmove management reporting for it today - the EA might put price back up due to the sudden interest.

"Cornelius, the internet traffic to SW17 is off to the races- add another 50K to everything within 2 miles - this could be the next Belgravia"

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weird layout of the flat, does the main door to the flat open onto the dining room? Also notice there's a cellar that surely must add at least another 50K to the price!

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weird layout of the flat, does the main door to the flat open onto the dining room? Also notice there's a cellar that surely must add at least another 50K to the price!

It was a weird conversion. I feel bad about slating the place now - there's probably be some young couple out there chuffed to bits with their exciting new home! good luck to 'em.

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