Andrew, I think I could handle that for a city residence when the country estate grew a little tiresome. Lovely views from those windows. I would expect that to go for well over $1 million.
By the look of the brickwork at the side it looks like could be an existing building that's been converted.
"Right at the top between the two slim black vertical panels is a cascading water fall."Over here we call that a broken gutter.
"Property buying is a serious matter Sir."Only a real estate agent could say that with a remotely straight face.Au cointreau, property buying has been a very sick joke over the past 5-10 years."To lose one bid, Mr Worthing, may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like you're not really trying. So bugger off!"
Perhaps not the nicest place along there LiD, but certainly the smallest block.Duh Ben. Of course it is. I am not so smart, again. Doesn't the front window look a bit like the slip on front they put on the Comengs.I sniggered at least Brian.Been a joke ever since we got involved M'lord, so make that nigh on thirty years. Should I slip more IOBE references into posts, since you are familiar? I don't want to waste my cleverness on people who don't get it.
Should I slip more IOBE references into posts, since you are familiar?Certainly. Would love to hear about your experiences in Bunbury. :0)
Foul accusation. I have never been Bunburying in my life.
I would live there, very very nice :)
If I'm going to spend that kind of money on real estate, I expect to be able to run about naked.
Whenever I see a building like this, my first thought is "I wonder how much the window cleaner charges?" Loving the idea of the falling water thought.
my first thought is "I wonder how much the window cleaner charges?" Should be easy to find out, Coppertop. Ask your childhood sweetheart, George Formby.
Only problem with sea views Cazzie, is that at night it is black.You could do that Daisy Jo. No one could see, although I am sure many would want to.It is a point Jah Teh and there is a scarcity of the abseiling type. I'd ask what George Formby had to do with window cleaning, if I was really interested.