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Property price madness.

Earlier this year a patch of sand, with permission for a beach hut at Abersoch, was sold for pounds 63,000. The buyer, computer salesman Richard Gerrard, from near Chester, outbid two other beach lovers to snap up the plot, then said: "I'm probably a bit mental Last year a corrugated iron house at Aberdaron was sold for more than pounds 90,000. n Three years ago a dilapidated farmhouse near Porthmadog was put on the market for pounds 85,000. It was snapped up by an un-named buyer

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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Aug 16, 2005
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