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EA - 'Of interest to property investor, landlords or parent buying for their children is this deceptively spacious 3 bedroomed end terraced house.'

So no need for OO's in the housing market then, looks like your right.

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To be fair they aren't the most hard selling of EA's:

OCCASIONAL BEDROOM/STUDY

3.45m(11'4'') x 2.21m(7'3'')

If a bedroom this size was in London it would never be described as 'Occasional'

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To be fair they aren't the most hard selling of EA's:

If a bedroom this size was in London it would never be described as 'Occasional'

That's what I thought too... alhough it is advertised as being a 3 bedder.

You'd get a family of four in that room around my way. Perhaps it's being avertied this was so that the new buyer won't have to register. If they're putting students in, they'll use the living room and dining room as bedrooms too.

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To be fair they aren't the most hard selling of EA's:

If a bedroom this size was in London it would never be described as 'Occasional'

I thought perhaps it was in a loft conversion or didn't have a window, but clearly not. Perhaps it doesn't conform to fire regs or something?

I guess it doesn't have a garden, so families wouldn't be so keen.

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