Homes Under the Hammer buyers spend £20k under budget – boosting property value by £94k

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“Each maisonette would make around £150,000. If you were to have just the basement converted, that’d be around about £90,000 to £100,000.

“As one complete unit, to a decent standard, you’d be looking at around £275,000.”

Mary and James, the mum and son duo who purchased the property, had plans to split the home into different maisonettes.

However, they encountered problems when it came to planning permission so decided to turn the home into a gorgeous five bedroom property.



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