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A Possible House on Royal Road / Royal Street, Milford (page 1/5)

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Should we buy an old house and have it restored? Derelict houses can be cheap to buy. In the end we didn’t, and someone else did.

Title: A Possible House on Royal Road / Royal Street, Milford

Author: Quin, Liam R. E.

Total items: 43

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[picture: Above the vestibule window: closer view]

Above the vestibule window: closer view

Another view of the Big Crack. [$]

[picture: Front View]

Front View

The house from the road. [$]

[picture: Under the vestibule window]

Under the vestibule window

This is the right-hand side of the vestibule, so the sagging side is to the left, hence the cracks. [$]

[picture: Vestible and right-hand side]

Vestible and right-hand side

Very similar to another shot. [$]

[picture: Rotten Rafters]

Rotten Rafters

Almost all roofing here is done with ashphalt “shingles” that come in huge sheets. We’d prefer a tile roof, and our current house has a metal roof that could lsat anywhere from 50 to 100 years, but this ashphalt stuff is amazingly crappy. At any rate some [...] [more...] [$]


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Should we buy an old house and have it restored? Derelict houses can be cheap to buy. In the end we didn’t, and someone else did.


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