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Some people have obviously not been reading the papers.

Two bed semi

I know the location. The view will be staggering, however the owner will have to ignore the beach-full of screaming kids, pissed up chavs, 70 something tramps artists and born again surfers, directly (and I do mean directly) under the balcony.

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Here's the RM link http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-191...=1&tr_t=buy

It is very unusual to have any vehicle access or parking down that bit.

It is nice looking.

Cornwall's a peculiar market. Houses like that are not locals. They're rich Londoners and rich ex-London retirees in the main.

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I know the location. The view will be staggering, however the owner will have to ignore the beach-full of screaming kids, pissed up chavs, 70 something tramps artists and born again surfers, directly (and I do mean directly) under the balcony.

Not every day though .... only the hot/sunny/nice days :)

And at night ... bonfires... and god knows what.

People seeing if their pee can reach the balcony after 6 lagers.

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Not every day though .... only the hot/sunny/nice days :)

And at night ... bonfires... and god knows what.

People seeing if their pee can reach the balcony after 6 lagers.

:)

So how high does the sea get on a bad day?

I don't know, I've only been there on hot/sunny days...

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Hadn't realised Foxtons were trading in Cornwall :lol:

seriously though the "This Is" web site is just a regional VI spin machine, have a look at the links at the bottom of the page... shows which side their bread is buttered

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There has to be a link with fundamentals at some point.

It the owner rented it out, he would have to get £450 a night for 200 days a year to cover his costs.

Alternatively, you could have a suite at the Porthminster for £120 a night and get dinner and breakfast thrown in.

I am begining to believe that people really do have sawdust for brains.

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There has to be a link with fundamentals at some point.

It the owner rented it out, he would have to get £450 a night for 200 days a year to cover his costs.

Alternatively, you could have a suite at the Porthminster for £120 a night and get dinner and breakfast thrown in.

I am begining to believe that people really do have sawdust for brains.

It's not a investment. They are trying to sell it as a "lock and leave". A second home that is all about the status. 75% of the value (whatever that is), is the value of having your guests go "wow" when they see the view. A value ruined by the cider fueled shenanagans every evening under your balcony.

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A value ruined by the cider fueled shenanagans every evening under your balcony.

And possibly mullet swimming through the kitchen in 5 years time.

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Here's the RM link http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-191...=1&tr_t=buy

It is very unusual to have any vehicle access or parking down that bit.

It is nice looking.

Cornwall's a peculiar market. Houses like that are not locals. They're rich Londoners and rich ex-London retirees in the main.

the views are pretty good from the bedroom though.

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Some people have obviously not been reading the papers.

Two bed semi

"The highest prices hit £1,000 a sq ft in the Cornish towns of Rock and Padstow and £1,100 a sq ft in Sandbanks, Dorset."

I paid 1000 Baht (£15) a square metre, in the tropics over looking a stunning bay, a blue sea. Build cost is estimated at £12 sq.m.

What is wrong with this country? Why do people think it's the be all and end all?

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Some people have obviously not been reading the papers.

Two bed semi

Thing is I bet it sells, it has taken me a while to realise but people in the UK are on the whole morons the majority of whom are effing clueless.

If I had a spare £1,000,000 I would find something better to do with it than buy a seaside property in Cornwall.

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