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I'm trying to make up my mind if the 'triple glazing' is to mask the constant noise from aeroplanes or as high security for what looks like the worst kind of estate.

Nah, must be that they are just keen energy-saving enthusiasts.

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-995...pa_n=1&tr_t=buy

These are the kind of wildly overpriced properties that send all the alarm-bells ringing. Why are there no windows until you get to the first floor? What sort of cynical architect had it in his brief to create an 'unsmashupable' estate?

£169k?

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The last flat on this road sold for £100K in 2002.

So if they were the same size flat that is a £50K increase in three years - on a flat!!

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Seen that Australian movie 'The Castle'?

This would qualify for those that want travel to be convenient... :lol::lol:

You could easily make it home with your bags on the airport trolley & save a fortune in taxi fares. I myself spent £58 taking a black cab from Heathrow to SW11 in October. This place could have really saved me.

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I'm trying to make up my mind if the 'triple glazing' is to mask the constant noise from aeroplanes or as high security for what looks like the worst kind of estate.

Nah, must be that they are just keen energy-saving enthusiasts.

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-995...pa_n=1&tr_t=buy

These are the kind of wildly overpriced properties that send all the alarm-bells ringing. Why are there no windows until you get to the first floor? What sort of cynical architect had it in his brief to create an 'unsmashupable' estate?

£169k?

Yes, and in Garston too - which is just slightly above South Oxhey.

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