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No not that I know, just a late 60s estate build I think

My friend just bought an almost identical one (garage is detached) oop north for £165k. That was an ex MQ.

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All the houses on this street are basically the same.

This one on rightmove, http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-715...pa_n=1&tr_t=buy

Lol, when I last looked at Shrewsbury they were 'only' asking £240k for a new build 4 bed detached with a double garage, admitedly it was close to "transport links"... that being a trainline in the back garden.

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All the houses on this street are basically the same.

This one on rightmove, http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-715...pa_n=1&tr_t=buy

And then check out the sold values http://www.houseprices.co.uk/e.php?q=bosco...hrewsbury&n=100

Ambitious asking price I think ;)

Yes but those are 2004 prices - don't you realise the prices are still going up ???

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...when I last looked at Shrewsbury they were 'only' asking £240k for a new build 4 bed detached with a double garage, admitedly it was close to "transport links"... that being a trainline in the back garden.

Did it come with a red flag?

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.....but are these EAs just ramping up the asking price as they know that an offer of 10-15% less than AP will take place?

Certainly seems unrealistic given that the prices in 2004 (at the peak?) are significantly lower than the AP here.

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