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Thread: Roo's Bungalow, Surrey - December 2016

  1. #11
    Join Date
    September 2015


    Quote Originally Posted by stu8fish View Post
    Does not seem to have changed at all. Even the coffee jug. Nice place I would love to own this one.
    Yeah I had a look back at the shots you and Brickworx posted, very little change. My first though after seeing the view and th Aga in the kitchen was "If I won the lottery...!" Think something may be going on with it. The grass was freshly cut, lots of Herras fencing up the driveway and looped around the top of the hill but not the building itself, and a strange small right angular brick wall that I could only think would be the backing for a fire pit or something that looked quite new. Was any of that there when you guys went?

    Last edited by Brewtal; 19th Dec 16 at 21:41. Reason: Typo


  3. #12
    Join Date
    October 2013


    Nice place and nice pics mate..a very intestine place to say the least
    I like to go where others fear to tread.


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