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Thread: Hilltop House - Oct 2017

  1. #11
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    Wallpaper and carpets were having a row about who's the loudest, I could here them in Essex. Lovely place!

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    Haha thanks!
    They certainly are vibrant! ��

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    What a lovely little house. Your photos are great. Thankfully with it being in the middle of no where it might prevent the idiots :)

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    attention it can be given so much secure even tho secluded

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    Aga needs relocating

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