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Parking or a Farm?

Outdoor parking space in South Kensington for sale for the same price as a Welsh farmstead

One could argue the property market has gone completely nuts when an uncovered, leasehold parking space in Roland Way, SW7 goes on sale for the same price as a Grade II listed detached farmhouse with a range of stone built barns in the Ceiriog Valley in Wales.

 

Admittedly Wern Tower Farm at Pontfadog, near Llangollen is in need of complete renovation, but given it is set in what agents Bowen Son and Watson call “a beautiful rural location,” one can see the potential of what could be created on the 0.5 acre plot that is being sold by the Myddelton Estate.

 

In trying to justify the “key features” of the 972 year lease offered for the single parking space, its agents, Marler & Marler boast that it is in a gated mews and describe it is “private.”

 

£175,000 ($223,000, €197,000 or درهم817,000) is the sum sought for each of the properties. We know which we’d prefer.

 

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4 comments on “Parking or a Farm?”

  1. I wouldn’t live in Wales for all the tea in China. They hate the English there and burn down their houses.

  2. Wrecking ball urgently required for that dump in Wales!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Who’d want to live in a hovel????????????? Ridiculous waste of money!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Demolish!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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