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Terrible estate agents’ photographs: excrement, horses and toilets in the kitchen

You thought everyone trying to sell a house knew the golden rules of painting the walls magnolia, tidying away the junk and displaying fresh flowers? Think again. A new book celebrates some of the least attractive purchases on the market

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Had a similar article on the daily mail the other day. I was interested only because one of the houses comes up on my wider search. Picture was of a smashed window from a break-in...of course, the pic has been deleted from the estate agents listing now.

Doing some research, the more dubious thing is the estate agents omission to mention the property has an agricultural restriction on it, which the previous owners applied to get lifted and failed. wonder if the people paying £36,500 in excess of the listed price know this?

property is called "Topeka, Walton road, wisbech" pe147af

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I first joined the site in 2008. Commented on the East Anglia subforum at the time was the rather sad feature of a repo house with quite a few internal photos. The visiting Estate Agent thought it necessary to take a photo of a child's cuddly toy left in one of bedrooms. :( Looked like the previous owners had to grab what they could from the house before handing the keys back.

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