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It's Not Often We Get A £5Million Drop.....

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And of course the new price / reduction will NOT be reflected in f'g RM stats. Only the boll0cks 1st price that was pure kites.

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Too "Dallas" or "footballers wives" for my taste and all that grey is a bit depressing :)

I think most footballer might struggle to afford that...unless they are already on the ponzi-train

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Too "Dallas" or "footballers wives" for my taste and all that grey is a bit depressing :)

Presumably it isn't being marketed at you... :) It is a bit like that Versace block of flats proposed for London - there will be a very small % of the UK population who will think it is nice, let alone perfect for living in - but there are plenty of populations around the world who would generally like that sort of thing - and funnily enough they tend to be in the countries with lots of money sloshing around looking for safety.

I know it is Windlesham, but £20M for a new-build is bonkers - you could buy a proper old-money mansion for significantly less than that. The whole Windlesham / Sunningdale / Virginia Water thing is overstated - nice place to live if you work in London, but these £20M homes aren't for people who work - the £20M house people will (should?) be travelling by helicopter, so could have a nice estate anywhere really (say, Marlborough, which seems to have lots and lots of houses owned via Panama etc)

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This seems quite significant; the last time I saw a massive drop like this was that ghastly mansion a few years ago that dropped from £75m down to £25m or something.

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this is not a £5 million drop but over £1 million - sad when the house is disappearing down a cliff |(I wonder how much the stabilisation works would cost )

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-54485117.html

1.48 million drop /8 years = £185,000 every year for 8 years

I wonder how much it would cost to dismantle the house brick by brick, blow up the cliff with dynamite and then rebuild it next to the sea?

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