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Ok, it's never been the cheapest place to buy, but browsing today I came across this house for sale. Two bedroom, slap bang on a busy main road, tiny garden and en-route from the pub to the ex-council estate. 2 years ago a car drove straight into it, leaving a gaping whole in the front wall. A snip at £410,000! Funnily enough it's being marketed by the same agent that advised my neighbour to sell her 1-up, 1-down for £210,000. 2 years later, and with the price now dropped to £195,000 it's still unsold.

Things are definitely slowing round here, with a lot of homes on with multiple agencies.

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