An article in the EDP about a property in Hoveton costing £700,000 caught my attention earlier.
Firstly, why pay 3/4 of a million pounds for a property in an area which is susceptible to flooding? In addition, that will most likely get worse as they are nearer to the water level than my ankles.
Secondly, there are so many other properties squeezed into the area that it resembles a rabbit hutch.
Now bear all that in mind and consider the dogs knackers of a modern Broad's luxurious boat costing an eighth of that and fifty grand on a mooring.
Results are that you have a view you can change any day of the week and still have 550/600 grand in the bank.
I know what I would go for.
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