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MJG280

637 posts

165 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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Completion is normally a month after exchange. Need a year here. 2 weeks for legals and 11½ months to move

MitchT

9,507 posts

115 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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Imagine being a burglar and breaking into that place. You'd just think "fk that" and leave!

bigandclever

7,811 posts

144 months

Tuesday 16th October 2012
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I've posted this before, but it's still for sale. Staggering.

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/prope...

GALLARDOGUY

8,160 posts

125 months

Tuesday 16th October 2012
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The price certainly bloody is!

I've seen wardrobes bigger than than that kitchen.

storminnorman

2,300 posts

58 months

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Justin Cyder

12,624 posts

55 months

Tuesday 16th October 2012
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storminnorman said:
Is that Jimmy Savile's gaff? Goodness gracious me. Not been there since I was ooooh about 13. hehe

eric twinge

1,148 posts

128 months

Tuesday 16th October 2012
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bigandclever said:
I've posted this before, but it's still for sale. Staggering.

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/prope...
Good god, the estate agent must have been pissing themselves when they walked in.

eric twinge

1,148 posts

128 months

Tuesday 16th October 2012
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Justin Cyder said:
Is that Jimmy Savile's gaff? Goodness gracious me. Not been there since I was ooooh about 13. hehe
Yep, sure brings back some memories.

VX Foxy

3,962 posts

149 months

Tuesday 16th October 2012
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They might want to think about cleaning the carpet...

K50 DEL

6,507 posts

134 months

Wednesday 17th October 2012
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Justin Cyder said:
storminnorman said:
Is that Jimmy Savile's gaff? Goodness gracious me. Not been there since I was ooooh about 13. hehe
Lots of potential there, not sure why the ad states that it's not for a DIYer though, doesn't look that bad to me though I'd want to move a couple of walls and bathrooms around.

Not a bad price for a penthouse in Leeds, though I'm not familiar with the quality of the area that it's in.

CedGTV

2,518 posts

160 months

Wednesday 17th October 2012
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Kinky said:
Zeemax_Mini said:
This was posted last week, can't remember the thread
Dom, I figured that had to be the case. I did search for it smile
I saw it in the Local House Porn thread in Homes and Gardens & DIY


5potTurbo

5,728 posts

74 months

Wednesday 17th October 2012
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K50 DEL said:
Justin Cyder said:
storminnorman said:
Is that Jimmy Savile's gaff? Goodness gracious me. Not been there since I was ooooh about 13. hehe
Lots of potential there, not sure why the ad states that it's not for a DIYer though, doesn't look that bad to me though I'd want to move a couple of walls and bathrooms around.

Not a bad price for a penthouse in Leeds, though I'm not familiar with the quality of the area that it's in.
"lots of potential" for the new owner to get lots of grief, I would expect, because people are STUPID.

As for the OP's post, yep, saw it in another thread, but to Gallardoguy's comment, perhaps the man of the house is the former who likes that stuff?

"Do ye loike dags?"

Sexual Chocolate

1,583 posts

50 months

Wednesday 17th October 2012
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K50 DEL said:
Lots of potential there, not sure why the ad states that it's not for a DIYer though, doesn't look that bad to me though I'd want to move a couple of walls and bathrooms around.

Not a bad price for a penthouse in Leeds, though I'm not familiar with the quality of the area that it's in.
Its up near roundhay park so its a good area of Leeds. I used to drop in on my way home from school. Happy days wink


storminnorman

2,300 posts

58 months

Thursday 18th October 2012
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K50 DEL said:
Lots of potential there, not sure why the ad states that it's not for a DIYer though, doesn't look that bad to me though I'd want to move a couple of walls and bathrooms around.

Not a bad price for a penthouse in Leeds, though I'm not familiar with the quality of the area that it's in.
by the looks of those carpets you'd probably have to rip out the entire interior to get rid of the remnants of cigar smoke vomit

FlashmanChop

1,289 posts

112 months

Friday 22nd February 2013
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See this has sold. Not surprisingly for less than asking…. But, depending which way you look at it for a good price. I recall when next door sold for £500k


bimsb6

5,534 posts

127 months

Friday 22nd February 2013
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We used to call the ops link an elvis house .Usually found on a councl estate full of " collectables"

Gareth1974

472 posts

45 months

Friday 22nd February 2013
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Kinky said:
But I would hope that the seller takes everything with them!

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/prope...
In particular, the big red butt plug next to the toilet!

Triumph Man

4,029 posts

74 months

Saturday 23rd February 2013
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We had a job on at a house that from the outside looked ok, but inside had black velour lined walls (battens over lined stud walls, and then the covering glued onto the battens). In the dining room it was double height, with a mirrored wall in the dining room, and then looking up it had a textured black ceiling...

Outside, the house name sign was neon... We had our suspicions as to its previous uses.

Bizarrely, some stuff had been done really well when it was built, and other things done really craply. It had a suspended timber floor and, when the floor finish and insul were removed, it revealed a really well poured oversite concrete. Yet the wiring just looked like someone had thrown it in there... There was also some interesting flashing work, with a bit of flashing that came out of the wall (as flashings do!) and turned 90 degrees upwards, so inviting any water to leach into the wall.

Gareth1974

472 posts

45 months

Wednesday 27th February 2013
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Shaw Tarse

25,885 posts

109 months

Saturday 16th November 2013
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