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I'm guessing the architectural drawings that are all of ten minutes work are included in the price. Is there a picture in there where a new staircase has gone in and even a ceiling prepped for lighting?

Off the A30 but someone clearly on another planet.

 

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-56899420.html

 

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I've lived in some pig stys, but this is something else

Trying to sell this place in the current market is like closing the stable door after the horse has bolted.

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16 minutes ago, Locke said:

Trying to sell this place in the current market is like closing the stable door after the horse has bolted.

More like "The horse has bolted! Quick, make a door & fit it so we can close it"

This is just hilarious. Mind you, starting the first fix before making the property sound, secure & waterproof is an indicator of desperation bordering on insanity.

So we may be mocking the afflicted.

Lots more mocking in the pipeline methinks 😅

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12 hours ago, juvenal said:

An early viewing is advised before it falls down...

:lol:

A contender for the 'most overpriced s**thole' thread perhaps. At that price I'd want a fair of land.

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16 hours ago, smash said:

I'm guessing the architectural drawings that are all of ten minutes work are included in the price. Is there a picture in there where a new staircase has gone in and even a ceiling prepped for lighting?

Off the A30 but someone clearly on another planet.

 

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-56899420.html

 

This is right down the road from where my mum and dad live - am trying to picture it but, from the map, it looks as thought it must be almost in the next field to the relatively new crematorium. I wonder whether the current owners live in the bus in the background. I feel a bit sorry for whoever it is. But you'd be surprised at what insane prices things go for in that neck of the woods - ok 'insane' doesn't surprise anyone any more, let's say gallumphingly astronomical beyond all reason and words even in this obscene market.

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