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Thread: Inniscarra House, Oldham

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    Default Inniscarra House, Oldham


    Hi all, sorry can't find much info on this place, all I could find us a planning
    application from December 2008, I am very sorry about the really rubbish pics,
    I'm no photographer and they were took on my phone untill I can afford a
    decent camera.
    Proposal: Outline application for construction of 1 no. detached house and 6 no. semi-detached houses following demolition of existing detached house. Siting and access to be
    considered, all other matters reserved.
    If anyone would like any info on this place just PM me ;)
    I hope this works!






    nice wallpaper:)








    Thanks for looking!

    Last edited by Lauren444; 27th Jun 10 at 11:07.

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    They're pretty good considering they're taken on a phone.

    A few nice looking bits of furniture left in there :)
    "You can't just wander onto other peoples property, you're not in the bloody famous five!"
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    Nice, interesting explore ;) Loving the beige bath lol, very 70's

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    Nice little explore .. the wallpaper is brilliant!

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    House looks too good to be unoccupied-shame.Could do with the garage ! cheers


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