Is this a shed? Property madness

The gudaueinan says


For your money you don’t just get what the agent Cundalls describes as a “detached one-bedroom bungalow requiring full refurbishment and/or redevelopment” (but most other people would describe as a shed), you also get two acres of land in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors national park.

By Andrew Wilcox

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  1. Exactly what Workshopshed Andy said, looks like a nice position to build a new house.

    Fingers crossed!

  2. If it's a "house" then the buyer may find that they can get planning permission to knock it down and replace it. If it's a "shed" then they are unlikely to get permission as any house would be a new development.

    It also was mentioned in the Metro but no-one thought to mention this critical fact.

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