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    Heres a few pics from another "itch" place. Driven past it a number of times but not had the time or worked out a parking/access route.

    This was a while back too, when the weather was much more conducive to being out and about.
    Not alot to say about this place. It's clearly been empty for a good while and neglected. Upstairs sash both collapsed in and the floor and dormers starting to go too.
    It's a shame as the actual brickwork and facade is really good and it's got amazing views.



























    Another couple of the view from the road at the front.



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    Love the last picture :) great report!

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    That's nicely done. The Christmas edition of The Sunday Post, fantastic, was there The Broons and Oor Wullie section inside it? That's the best part of the paper. Looks like the house could be save and renovated. I agree that's some stunning views out of the windows (??)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan View Post
    That's nicely done. The Christmas edition of The Sunday Post, fantastic, was there The Broons and Oor Wullie section inside it? That's the best part of the paper. Looks like the house could be save and renovated. I agree that's some stunning views out of the windows (??)
    Not that I saw. The pages were pretty welded together..
    Ive another better view from the road. I'll stick that one in when I get back.

    ed. There we go, few scenic shots added.
    It could and I suspect probably will be saved at some point. There are quite a few renovations going on in the village as well as some stunning new builds, one of which is right next door to this one.

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    I hope so, stunning views!!

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