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Ea Used By Liz Hurley Goes Bust

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Sellers need to accept lower prices... get some transactions going? Otherwise hard times for EAs?

As it happens I've got a track on one of Liz's other houses, been up for sale for quite some time.


Other EA listing before removal: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-49825181.html

Sunday Times (01.06.2014) HOME supplement.

Bye-Bye Cotwolds.

After a decade in the glittering Gloucestershire countryside Elizabeth Hurley sells up for £6m.

[..]Ever since 2003, when Elizabeth - never call her Liz - Hurley shelled out £3.3m for this dreamy stone property, set in 450 acres of farmland, she has been the queen of the celeb-crowded Cotswolds. [..]The six-bedroom house can be yours for £6m; a bluebell wood and 35 acres of farmland are available separately.

[..]Hurley is selling up because she also owns Donnington Hall, a 13-bedroom estate in Ledbury, which she bought for £6m in 2012 with her former beau Shane Warne. .... but the Cotswolds will always be Hurleywood.
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Moving on: Liz takes a hike Elizabeth Hurley has put the price of her farmhouse up by 50%
Alexandra Goss Published: 17 May 2015


She's adding 300 acres more land with it. Seem to recall extra land was an option on an earlier listing. Land which yields?

Paywalled but you get to see the main part of that piece via the preview.

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