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pretty nice though
I'd want a place with a separate kitchen that won't make my apartment smell of cooking food.
but not quite
Maybe more like scherrk though
you ripped me off you son of a bitch
changed it now anyway
kok means a chef and it's pronounced exactly how you'd want it to be pronounced if you're into broad humour.
Jim Henson was trolling us all these years
Kitchen however is as above
- Of course, is right up there! Good luck for the climb.
Big design fault.
...after continuous photos of ikea billy bookcases.
I'm assuming that 95% of that asking price comes down to the location.
the one I posted is 307 sq m
seems like a bargain now
for £10m less you can get a house down the street: http://www.findaproperty.com/for-sale/property-10042222
an aside: imagine growing up in a Victorian townhouse two minutes from the Thames in the centre of London.
must be a genuine price tag as £1.8m/decimal place error would be 'too cheap' ahem
you'd have to wear furs and keep a staff
wouldn't be a very hard job, just throw Simpsons quotes at me and my brain pretty much fills in the bits around them and makes me laugh
I'd rather live in the one bed.
except for this:
that should have gone after http://drownedinsound.com/community/boards/social/4340980#r6741660
i'm getting loads of ads for multi-million pound flats everywhere i go. THANKS INTERNET
this sort of thing should not be allowed.
when this sort of property deal goes down I think that the gov should have a hell of a lot more than the stamp duty, I think that at this level the gov should get a large percentage (tax) so that the less well off can have a chance in housing (this would also help to dampen and flatten house pricing differentials)
Look at the view.
The thing is, that's probably not that much for London nowadays. :-/
looks like a fucking council flat.
you could rent a 6-bedroom house with a huge garden and its own private drive for that. in that London it gets you a mangey ex-council flat on an estate. you'd have to be a fucking simpleton.
it isn't a "mangy estate". unlike the majority of estates, which were built cheaply and shitly, it was built to an exceedingly high standard in the first place, and represents pretty much the pinnacle example of brutalist architecture in this country. as well as that, it's right in the centre of the city. the Corporation of London still manages it but the majority of units were right-to-buy'd away in the 1980s and its basically stuffed to the hilt with stockbrokers now.
costing what you could get a huge house for.
you'd have to mad, or as i said, fucking simple.
Not the greatest of flats, but the location and the surroundings...
that has a shute from the kitchen to the swimming pool below :D
all of my want.
I'm clicking all over the show...
This is why I'm unemployed
it's all a bit wanky but I like some of it.
Not a fan of open plan
umm, use your imagination I guess
we are still accepting of the finer points of multi million pound houses as being anything other than obscene, when we are aware that people who can afford such things are not necessarily the hardest working people in the world (for the top 1000 millionaires I am sure we could find many many more who work as many/more hard hours yet are quite poor)
or even the most talented. They also happen to be in the right place at the right time with the right opportunity......oportunity knocked for them and they were able to answer. this is not the case for all.
so the discrepency is obscene.....OK still a free country....sure
except that the fabric of our countries has grown up to also provide services to maintain the obscenities.
Yucky society, I guess you are all ashamed of it as well.....ho hum.....OK Im all ranted out fro now :)