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House Won't Sell? Chop Down Some Trees!

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2980981/Divorcee-desperate-sell-house-cut-27-trees-better-view-26-000-asking-price-fined-15-000.html

Last sale price: £128k in 1999

"He added she had a £134,000 mortgage, owed friends nearly £90,000 as well as £15,000 to her ex-husband as part of their divorce.

Nicola Hartley, for South Lakeland District Council (SLDC), which administers the protective order, said the property had been put on the market in October 2013 with an asking price of £399,000.
But in November 2013, after the trees were felled, the price was raised to £425,000. "
Whaddya know? Still on sale:
I do sometimes wonder how houses can still be on sale after so many years and here you see why - deluded boomers who think they are owed £300k of tax-free gains from 15 years of doing nothing.

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