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Former British tennis No.2 and ex-coach to Tim Henman puts six-bed Grade II listed house on the market for £2m

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Ace home! Former British tennis No.2 and ex-coach to Tim Henman puts six-bed Grade II listed house on the market for £2m

  • The Old Vicarage is a six-bed house in Cambridgeshire listed for £2m
  • It belongs to former British No.2 tennis player and Tim Henman's former coach Nick Brown
  • Nick coached six top 10 men and women on the professional tour on the tennis court at the property

I wonder if he will get £2M

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Is that decent value down Cambridge , has space in the grounds to build a couple of good sized places.Could you knock it down and sell the lot to a developer?

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13 hours ago, hughjass said:

Is that decent value down Cambridge , has space in the grounds to build a couple of good sized places.Could you knock it down and sell the lot to a developer?

Why don’t you develop it yourself can’t be too difficult 

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My auntie's hairdresser's first cousin's ex husband's car mechanic used to pal around with someone who used to go to school with him.

As I am obviously a close family friend, it would be quite improper for me to comment any more on this issue  except to say, "Erm. Why is this even in the news? I know it's the Daily Mail but even so it's a bit of a tenuous link to celebrity."

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24 minutes ago, hughjass said:

Vincent I cant develop anything I don't own , Smart Ar4e

Home ownership is the cornerstone of a strong community
 

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