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    Just another domestic we did recently, genuinely have no name or history for this place and don't know why this one is empty as its a delightful house on the boarders which seems in good structural shape!

    I really liked it here it had a nice feel about it & Id happily move in tomorrow ;-)

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    It appears that squatters were possibly using this room although its an unlikely rural location.

    Either way they have kept the place really tidy





    A very quaint walk through kitchen sat to the rear of the property.







    The property had some nice architectural features both inside & out













    A surprising amount of items left behind









    Finally outside was the strangest pond / garden feature!





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    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    Love the strange pond/garden feature!

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    That's a nice house. Not only do I like that large dresser but the wooden door lock is something you don't get in moern houses and this one looks like its made of oak. Looks like it could be a nice retirement house or a holiday let.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan View Post
    That's a nice house. Not only do I like that large dresser but the wooden door lock is something you don't get in modern houses and this one looks like its made of oak. Looks like it could be a nice retirement house or a holiday let.
    Rumours have it it was exactly that, an old chaps weekend pad.
    Pretty sure no one has stayed there for sometime now which is a shame!
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    looks like a great place. Cool photos

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