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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-174...=7&tr_t=buy

Clearly the valuation is yet to come in line with market reality. When it does the price will be a pint of bitter in the local boozer, a pack of fags, and all the loose change in your pocket.

Takes your breath away. I love the retro allotment style rear garden, complete with corrugated iron and cracked paving stones.

Bloody madness.

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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-174...=7&tr_t=buy

Clearly the valuation is yet to come in line with market reality. When it does the price will be a pint of bitter in the local boozer, a pack of fags, and all the loose change in your pocket.

Does the buyer get to keep the metal cabinet decorating the lounge?

And the expert floral arangements....

Oh, yippeeee!

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What's detached about it...the reality? :blink:

:lol:

History

date event

17 May 2008

* Price changed: from '£290,000' to '£350,000' [Found by jinbal] :o

27 April 2008

* Initial entry found. [Found by jinbal]

Edited by thecrashingisles

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What's with all the square footage???

That's easy to explain, the size of the place increased at the same rate as it's value, leading to a quadrupling of both in only 5 years as the asking price inflation leapt to another previously unknown dimension of exponential expansion.

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"Wandsworth, England"

Clearly aimed at the International market -what more could your average City financier or Russian oligarch want! That staircase alone justifies the price-I'm surprised they have only included one shot of it.

Note the "report a mistake" link-how about it being £300k overpriced.

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"Up north" where I type from, £350,000 would get you a stunning property, at current overvalued prices.

Mind blowing.

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