A Chelsea townhouse once owned by Hollywood power couple Sir Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh surprisingly failed to sell at auction on Tuesday. Overgrown with creepers, it's worth a nose round…
2) Houseboat Le Sorelle, Canary Wharf, London: £1.69m
The luxurious Le Sorelle motor barge was built in 1957 and was recently converted into 8,000 sq ft of luxury accommodation and entertaining space.
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The lighthouse buyer would have to have the cliff stability checked, otherwise could be a long slide into the sea.
The house boat would be ok, except for the river flooding, what happens then?
The control tower would have to be a cash purchase as non-standard construction - no mortgage.
The oast houses look great.
Manor farm looks like two big air raid shelters. The box in Long Melford has to be a joke for that sort of money, have more garden on a 60's estate!
Think I'll stick with the farm house, built in 1746 and still owned by the same family - mine!
always wanted a home,, where the entrance is a slideing,, gravestone,,
leading into,, a big beutiful flat,,,lol
in the middle of nowhere,,were people pass thinking its a grave,,,
the one with the three towers is my cousins , you think they woukd have the good grace to take the picture from the front, at least then we could have seen the helicopter lol
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