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Thoughts on this house?

Discussion in 'General Property Chat' started by Barny, 6th May, 2016.

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  1. Barny

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    Wow check out the 2 agents profile pics below it, they look creepy too.
     
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    Apparently there are only inspections on full moons. ;) looks like aome sort of haunted house. Supprised the agent did not declare an interest haha.
     
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    Is there a link which works rather than irks?
     
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    That wallpaper is scary.
     
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    An offer you can't refuse?

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    There is no way I would walk through the house there may be some dead bodies hidden somewhere you never know.

    I would blow it up its sitting on 1500 sqm of land.:confused:
     
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    I reckon those dead boddies are placed behind the wall paper. I seriously love it though, I would love to renovate and transform it into something special and keep the creepy facade as is
     
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    Reminds me Hitchcock movie Psycho, that film as actually based on a true story..yikes
     
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    I think the interior looks really nice!
    The exterior however looks like it's been pulled out of the medieval times!
     
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    Buy it for the uniqueness factor!
     
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    If the exterior was painted in a cream colour there would be a massive improvement. Not saying its pretty, however the current colour is an absolute disaster.
     
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    It would look much nicer wouldn't it! It would have a much more welcoming feel to it
     
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    Built in 1855, I absolutely love the bluestone exterior. So different and unexpected, especially for that area. But creepy as is.
    Was thinking if you land scaped the whole front yard, trees, awesome fence with a nice garden, perhaps a gargoyle drive around fountain would improve on it. Gonna inquire on the price
     
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    Its an interesting one. Dating from 1855, while I personally would prefer a lighter colour exterior, i'd keep it as it is externally just for the historical factor, would be a shame to deface history.

    Huge land gets a big tick from me. And Internally it looks very livable - large rooms and no hint of dark facade at all.
     
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    Love it
     
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    Yes, like it! And the scary wallpaper.
    Some white window sills and door would bring it into 2016. Love the dark stone.
     
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    No thanks, I've seen this movie.
    Its all fun and games until the walls start bleeding.