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Bungalow In Norfolk For £239 Million

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A friend lives in the same village. If that's worth £239m then he'll be quids in - even with his shared ownership two bedder!

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Norfolkingway.

Took me ages to remember that one - read it on HPC once...

Edited by Venger

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I honestly believe it was... got memory association with it to your avatar and name. :)

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What The Tories Have Reduced People To...

Started by Executive Sadman, Jan 19 2015 11:45 PM

Living in a cow shed

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-33392688.html

Norfolkingway!

How long have you had to wait to post that in a thread? :)

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God, that was over a year ago. They say time flies when you are having fun, but I don't think it's been that good! :D

A year ago that property was only a measly£239,950

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What is it about Norfolk and homes?

Homogeneous, sunny, closer to London than Devon, canal boats, and not as expensive as Surrey, yet. Did I mention homogeneous?

Edited by Barnsey

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I didn't have PropertyBee running last night - it would seem it has come down from £257K in mid Jan. At 71m^2 it's still £3300 odd / m^2 - seems rather dear to me.

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