Show us your real estate pawn (Vol 4)

Show us your real estate pawn (Vol 4)

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Bonefish Blues

18,293 posts

190 months

Friday 18th June
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That's a delight

soxboy

4,160 posts

186 months

Friday 18th June
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Unexpected Item In The Bagging Area said:
I was looking for the Scimitar parked outside then realised it wasn't that Gatcombe.

MDMA .

6,508 posts

68 months

Sunday 20th June
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I don't think this is badly priced. Bit of an interior update for my taste, but not a bad spot and 15 acres.

https://www.jackson-stops.co.uk/properties/1417380...

Unexpected Item In The Bagging Area

6,457 posts

156 months

Monday 21st June
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I love this cottage in Gloucestershire. Village location, 2 acres, beautiful renovation, outbuildings… It has the lot



https://www.knightfrank.co.uk/properties/residenti...

cayman-black

10,514 posts

183 months

Monday 21st June
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Unexpected Item In The Bagging Area said:
I love this cottage in Gloucestershire. Village location, 2 acres, beautiful renovation, outbuildings… It has the lot



https://www.knightfrank.co.uk/properties/residenti...
It is nice but does have my pet hate neighbours!

ben5575

4,302 posts

188 months

Monday 21st June
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Unexpected Item In The Bagging Area said:
I love this cottage in Gloucestershire. Village location, 2 acres, beautiful renovation, outbuildings… It has the lot



https://www.knightfrank.co.uk/properties/residenti...
Lovely. And also how to do an interior. That's what you get when you pay a professional.

I already had their Naked Kitchen kitchen on my pinterest as inspo for when I do mine.

ETA, genuine OMG at picture 26 It's got mats!!! cloud9


Edited by ben5575 on Monday 21st June 08:04

ben5575

4,302 posts

188 months

Monday 21st June
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My selection for a Monday morning.

https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/107372996#/

I spent a number of my teenage years in a neighbouring property with of a few of their fields to the side of me.

Quiet enough to be in the middle of nowhere, yet two miles from the market town of Northallerton and just over two hours to London Kings Cross.

Absurdly good value for money. You'll struggle to find a better deal on rightmove today. It's at least £1m under market imho.



CharlesdeGaulle

17,182 posts

147 months

Monday 21st June
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That Northallerton place looks great. Does seem very cheap.

Sway

19,374 posts

161 months

Monday 21st June
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Wonder if there's sitting tenants in the flats?

I do like it, but I struggle to see what I'd do with it - whereas 'most' mini estates I can imagine slotting my life into (with a healthy dose of dreaming!).

Bonefish Blues

18,293 posts

190 months

Monday 21st June
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Gloc please smile

okgo

31,268 posts

165 months

Monday 21st June
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ben5575 said:
Lovely. And also how to do an interior. That's what you get when you pay a professional.

I already had their Naked Kitchen kitchen on my pinterest as inspo for when I do mine.

ETA, genuine OMG at picture 26 It's got mats!!! cloud9


Edited by ben5575 on Monday 21st June 08:04
It's like a throw up of Modern House/Farrow and Ball instagram page hehe

It is nicely done though the floral wallpaper is a huge outlier IMO, get rid of that and it is all quite pleasant, though obviously too close to Wales.

Mark Benson

6,208 posts

236 months

Monday 21st June
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CharlesdeGaulle said:
That Northallerton place looks great. Does seem very cheap.
It does, even for round here. Can't see much wrong with it other than decor though, unless it's hiding some structural horrors.
In my teenage years we had many raucous nights in the Travellers Rest pub which used to be just down the road drink

PhilboSE

2,652 posts

193 months

Monday 21st June
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ben5575 said:
Unexpected Item In The Bagging Area said:
I love this cottage in Gloucestershire. Village location, 2 acres, beautiful renovation, outbuildings… It has the lot



https://www.knightfrank.co.uk/properties/residenti...
Lovely. And also how to do an interior. That's what you get when you pay a professional.

I already had their Naked Kitchen kitchen on my pinterest as inspo for when I do mine.

ETA, genuine OMG at picture 26 It's got mats!!! cloud9
Very much not convinced by the kitchen. Sacrifices functionality for style. Not enough storage by a very long chalk, and looks very stark. Rest of the interiors are nice but not necessarily designed - we have done ours similarly just by taking inspiration from elsewhere. But that house is very dressed for the images. And getting the designers in obviously didn't extend to the "cinema room" in pic 18!

RevsPerMinute

1,775 posts

188 months

Monday 21st June
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I love the interior and fit out, but tbh I wonder how much of that makes up the appeal of the property. The virtual tour confirms that for me the layout is not ideal and it has rather small rooms.

DDg said:
PhilboSE said:
ben5575 said:
Unexpected Item In The Bagging Area said:
I love this cottage in Gloucestershire. Village location, 2 acres, beautiful renovation, outbuildings… It has the lot



https://www.knightfrank.co.uk/properties/residenti...
Lovely. And also how to do an interior. That's what you get when you pay a professional.

I already had their Naked Kitchen kitchen on my pinterest as inspo for when I do mine.

ETA, genuine OMG at picture 26 It's got mats!!! cloud9
Very much not convinced by the kitchen. Sacrifices functionality for style. Not enough storage by a very long chalk, and looks very stark. Rest of the interiors are nice but not necessarily designed - we have done ours similarly just by taking inspiration from elsewhere. But that house is very dressed for the images. And getting the designers in obviously didn't extend to the "cinema room" in pic 18!
Take the virtual tour - it doesn't look as 'designer homes magazine' glossy. Execution is a bit iffy. Plus it's a lot of pokey rooms and nooks, when I'd want a big living space in there.

Edited by DDg on Monday 21st June 10:06

RevsPerMinute

1,775 posts

188 months

Monday 21st June
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This mornings day dreaming is mostly around this.

Frustrating there are no interior shots, which I suppose just means it needs gutting. But the location and plot wins it for me.

https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/106035095#/

louiebaby

10,343 posts

158 months

Monday 21st June
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RevsPerMinute said:
This mornings day dreaming is mostly around this.

Frustrating there are no interior shots, which I suppose just means it needs gutting. But the location and plot wins it for me.

https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/106035095#/
Lovely part of the world, we got married in Falmouth castle.

Would make a good project place, as the outbuildings up the back would probably make nice holiday lets / house for the inlaws.

mrmistoffelees

23 posts

36 months

RichB

45,486 posts

251 months

Monday 21st June
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mrmistoffelees said:
I'm not surprised biglaugh Looks like a cross between an old people's home and Fawlty Towers.

mrmistoffelees

23 posts

36 months

Monday 21st June
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RichB said:
'm not surprised biglaugh Looks like a cross between an old people's home and Fawlty Towers.
Pic 11/25 is great though. That's taste.