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Pah, small potatoes looking at public sale.

 

Mate of mine in London helps high net worth cunts find the best properties up for private sale ie. nobody knows they're for sale, unless you're rich enough to be invited to buy it!

And even then if you want a brochure, it will cost you £2,500, but he kindly sent me a link to the pdf.

 

Bids start at £100m.

 

go!

 

http://www.glentree.co.uk/binary_data/11308_heath_hall_final_brochure.pdf

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I was interested until I saw that hideous marble bathroom.

 

My cousin is a property lawyer for the same type of rich cunt, one of his clients owns pretty much most of Knightsbridge. He's done deal where the stamp duty would buy the property I posted earlier. It's frighening. He's set up an incredibly complex tax avoidance scheme that he tried to explain to me recently that gets around stamp duty by creating companies with the property as the sole asset...then he lost me. It costs over £60k just to do the paperwork.

 

The Knightbridge fella apparantly has a several hardware shops in and around that area, he sells tools and shit for 5 or 6 times the normal prices. The brilliant sense of it that there is so much development and building going on that builders will always need tools NOW and will simply claim the costs back on expenses.

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I was interested until I saw that hideous marble bathroom.

 

My cousin is a property lawyer for the same type of rich cunt, one of his clients owns pretty much most of Knightsbridge. He's done deal where the stamp duty would buy the property I posted earlier. It's frighening. He's set up an incredibly complex tax avoidance scheme that he tried to explain to me recently that gets around stamp duty by creating companies with the property as the sole asset...then he lost me. It costs over £60k just to do the paperwork.

 

The Knightbridge fella apparantly has a several hardware shops in and around that area, he sells tools and shit for 5 or 6 times the normal prices. The brilliant sense of it that there is so much development and building going on that builders will always need tools NOW and will simply claim the costs back on expenses.

I'd previously given up before getting as far as the bathroom but my nose was bothering me so I had to go and have another look. How much do you have to spend to look that cheap? A beautiful building and grounds ruined by internal fittings and dressing for sale

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Pah, small potatoes looking at public sale.

 

Mate of mine in London helps high net worth cunts find the best properties up for private sale ie. nobody knows they're for sale, unless you're rich enough to be invited to buy it!

And even then if you want a brochure, it will cost you £2,500, but he kindly sent me a link to the pdf.

 

Bids start at £100m.

 

go!

 

http://www.glentree.co.uk/binary_data/11308_heath_hall_final_brochure.pdf

 

 

given that there's no books on the shelves in the library or no wine in the wine cellar, I reckon they're on skid row - might whack an offer in

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given that there's no books on the shelves in the library or no wine in the wine cellar, I reckon they're on skid row - might whack an offer in

 

Nope, rumour has it that the guy who owned has recently or is about to take ownership of the most expensive house this country has ever seen. Somewhere in the region of £300m and is the second largest private residence in the UK after Buckingham Palace. Stamp duty alone is £21m

 

Sickening.

 

Money's not too tight to mention for buyer of £300m London mansion | Money | The Guardian

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given that there's no books on the shelves in the library or no wine in the wine cellar, I reckon they're on skid row - might whack an offer in

 

If it wasn't for the neo-classical plasterwork jarring against the arts and crafts exterior, I'd be in there like Flynn. That, and all the dusting.

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Here's an article about that place and the bloke that developed it.

 

If you can't be arsed reading it he's a property hotshot who spent £40m doing it up. He's got 3 planes. You need 3 planes.

 

Heath Hall: Super-mansion built for Tate & Lyle sugar magnate goes on sale for a staggering £100m | Mail Online

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I couldnt see the kitchen area. Am I missing something?

It doesnt look like a woman has ever lived in that house, nor had any part in the marketing of the property. Maybe that's why you like it?

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I couldnt see the kitchen area. Am I missing something?

It doesnt look like a woman has ever lived in that house, nor had any part in the marketing of the property. Maybe that's why you like it?

 

It's the whole, open plan kitchen dining area onto the terrace that appeals. I thought the dining room was a bit Kelly Hoppen.

 

Kitchens and bathrooms sell houses to women. Dont the sales people know anything?

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Anyone else us Rightmove like a lovely bit of property porn? I spend many session looking for incredible properties you'd need a double rollover to afford, then seeing what my house would cost elsewhere and what I'd get for the same money around the country.

 

There's one up for sale in Blundellsands at the moment that looks like it's an ex player, replica of big ears in a cabinet and 5 medals plus loads of shirts on the wall.

 

Read the Echo earlier and remembered this thread. The house referenced above was rented by Andy Carroll, who is now being sued for trashing it!

Landlords say Andy Carroll trashed his Merseyside mansion - Liverpool Echo

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A mate of mine works for a high end interior design company. He's done Mittals house in London and Abramovic's too. When he did Mittals he wanted 12 desks, all at £30k a piece...unfortunately they didn't have 12 and he wanted them right away. So, whilst the posh ones were being manufactured he got 12 others at £4k a piece, then threw them all away when the others were ready. £48k worth of furniture smashed in a skip.

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A mate of mine works for a high end interior design company. He's done Mittals house in London and Abramovic's too. When he did Mittals he wanted 12 desks, all at £30k a piece...unfortunately they didn't have 12 and he wanted them right away. So, whilst the posh ones were being manufactured he got 12 others at £4k a piece, then threw them all away when the others were ready. £48k worth of furniture smashed in a skip.

 

That's obscene

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