Friday, July 20, 2007

Naomi Cleaver advises a family who subdivided their house to help with the mortgage

How to make money from your home

Interesting that the headline in the print version is a rather more subdued "the new victorians" anh the article is trailed on the front page of the "Bricks and Martar" section as "beat the rate rise". THE DILEMMA: Sharon and Garie Whincrop recently bought an impressive semidetached, seven-bedroom Victorian house in Lincolnshire that they share with their their son Harley, 16, elder daughter Monet, 14, and younger daughter Indy, 8. They had been looking for a house of this size for five years. A hefty mortgage later, they are now the delighted kings of their Gothic “castle”, albeit one in need of a lot of remedial work and the tailoring of its Victorian layout to modern family life.

Posted by dohousescrashinthewoods @ 09:32 AM (553 views)
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6 thoughts on “Naomi Cleaver advises a family who subdivided their house to help with the mortgage

  • george monsoon says:

    indy, harley and monet…

    Oh dear!

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  • dohousescrashinthewoods says:

    Incidentally, the print version has a side bar entitled “beat the bailiffs” urging people to take action asap if they can’t afford the mortgage, but I couldn’t find it online.

    If anyone can find it, it might be worth posting (I didn’t get a chance to read it).

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  • It’s simple!

    All you have to do is take out “a hefty mortgage”, follow simple rules and off you go…….!

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  • >>indy, harley and monet…

    What, no Tarquin!

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  • Another old house ruined

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  • More Monet than sense!!!!!!

    Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha………… I’ll get me coat!

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