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Move A Bit Of Furniture Around And Now Asking For 50k Extra

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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-113...pa_n=1&tr_t=buy

We went to see this property in September last year when we were thinking of buying! . Was on the market for £149k and had been the market since Dec 2004.

All they have done is added a sofa and tv to the sitting room (which had a small table and a chair which they tried to pass off as the dining room when we went to see it!!!).

This lead through to the kitchen (which was right in the middle of the house and had no windows). Then you had a ground floor bathroom (right next to the Kitchen - Nice!!!!) which took up a 1/3 of the Sitting room (which is now the dining room), So is not really the size they say on the room dimensions as part of it is taken up by the bathroom.

Upstairs it got even worse...the main bedroom was OK! but the so called 3rd bedroom let off the 2nd bedroom and could not be used as a bedroom as it had some sort of platform that took up a quarter of the room!!!!

Please tell be how this seller thinks he can justify a 50K rise in 9 months by moving a bit of furniture around and renaming the rooms??? not to mention the fact that the house opens onto the A28 and prices round here have well and truely stagnated and are on the way down.

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I dont think you could fit a cat into that house never mind have room to swing it.

Haven't you heard? having the toilet just off the kitchen makes it a trendy "lifestyle room"

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