Show us your real estate pawn (Vol 4)

Show us your real estate pawn (Vol 4)

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Doofus

13,503 posts

133 months

Saturday 24th October
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Evoluzione said:
Meanwhile over in France:
https://www.boutiqueduparticulier.immo/annonce-imm...

£273k buys a heck of a lot, I can't undertand the 'estimate of notary fees: approx. € 22,300' though?
Notaires fees are usually 10-15% in France.

mattyn1

4,522 posts

115 months

Sunday 25th October
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This has caught my eye today. Close to being perfect for me .... traditional and character building with lots of modernisation in side. Land, pool, garaging, etc. Oh and near a pub!

When scanning though I discounted this as I thought pebble dash.

https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/97721531#/

PushedDover

2,463 posts

13 months

Sunday 25th October
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mattyn1 said:
This has caught my eye today. Close to being perfect for me .... traditional and character building with lots of modernisation in side. Land, pool, garaging, etc. Oh and near a pub!

When scanning though I discounted this as I thought pebble dash.

https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/97721531#/
that is rather special !

The Moose

20,424 posts

169 months

Sunday 25th October
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Right move links have stopped working on my phone which is frustrating. Anyone else have the same problem?

Doofus

13,503 posts

133 months

Sunday 25th October
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The Moose said:
Right move links have stopped working on my phone which is frustrating. Anyone else have the same problem?
Have you got the RightMove app? If you have, links try to go there by default, and the app doesn't seem to work on some phones.

FourWheelDrift

81,115 posts

244 months

Sunday 25th October
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The Moose said:
Right move links have stopped working on my phone which is frustrating. Anyone else have the same problem?
The website has changed it's formatting over the last week or so, moving the layout and losing a few useful options and changing where everything goes, designed by someone sneezing the options on to the page. Perhaps they haven't implemented a mobile version of it?

miniman

21,350 posts

222 months

Sunday 25th October
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The Moose said:
Right move links have stopped working on my phone which is frustrating. Anyone else have the same problem?
Yes the property loads momentarily then disappears for me.

mattyn1

4,522 posts

115 months

Sunday 25th October
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And another to throw into the mix.

https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/95356244#/

thegreenhell

7,859 posts

179 months

Sunday 25th October
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mattyn1 said:
This has caught my eye today. Close to being perfect for me .... traditional and character building with lots of modernisation in side. Land, pool, garaging, etc. Oh and near a pub!

When scanning though I discounted this as I thought pebble dash.

https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/97721531#/
Lots to like about that one.

POA = circa £7.5m

Bonefish Blues

16,649 posts

183 months

Sunday 25th October
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Nicely done, had me thinking Lutyens for a while.

h0b0

5,061 posts

156 months

Sunday 25th October
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miniman said:
The Moose said:
Right move links have stopped working on my phone which is frustrating. Anyone else have the same problem?
Yes the property loads momentarily then disappears for me.
Doesn’t even try to load on my phone. Maybe it’s a US thing.

Edited to add, just did an experiment and old links work. Also, if you remove the #/ from the new links then they also work.

Edited by h0b0 on Sunday 25th October 13:03

Centurion07

9,274 posts

207 months

Sunday 25th October
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What's an "arts and crafts" house then?

Doofus

13,503 posts

133 months

Sunday 25th October
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Centurion07 said:
What's an "arts and crafts" house then?
Really?

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arts_and_Crafts_mo...

Centurion07

9,274 posts

207 months

Sunday 25th October
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Really.

Why on earth would I know that?! confusedbiggrin

Ace-T

7,061 posts

215 months

Sunday 25th October
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Centurion07 said:
Really.

Why on earth would I know that?! confusedbiggrin
It is a lesser known 'movement' of house building to be fair. IIRC, it crosses right through late Victorian, across Edwardian and on into the inter war era. Lutyens and William Morris are a couple of famous names linked with the movement. Its proponents championed use of skilled artisans working with beautiful materials and railed against mass production.

RichB

44,091 posts

244 months

Sunday 25th October
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Ace-T said:
Centurion07 said:
Really. Why on earth would I know that?! confusedbiggrin
It is a lesser known 'movement' of house building to be fair. IIRC, it crosses right through late Victorian, across Edwardian and on into the inter war era. Lutyens and William Morris are a couple of famous names linked with the movement. Its proponents championed use of skilled artisans working with beautiful materials and railed against mass production.
One of my favourite style of house.

Centurion07

9,274 posts

207 months

Sunday 25th October
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I like the style too but have only ever heard the phrase "arts and crafts" in connection with, well, arts and crafts.

RichB

44,091 posts

244 months

Sunday 25th October
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Centurion07 said:
I like the style too but have only ever heard the phrase "arts and crafts" in connection with, well, arts and crafts.
In architecture it is a commonly used description of the style. But then I started out trying to be an architect and used to read the architect's Journal, before getting into software.

Doofus

13,503 posts

133 months

Sunday 25th October
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Centurion07 said:
Really.

Why on earth would I know that?! confusedbiggrin
I just assumed that anyone in this thread would know the A&C movememt, among other architectural styles.

Sorry smile

Centurion07

9,274 posts

207 months

Sunday 25th October
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"I may not know art but I know what I like."

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