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Wednesday, 22nd September 2010 by

Many people may complain about their neighbours for relatively minor reasons – perhaps music is played too loud, or they don’t mow their lawn very often. Selection of paint colour, or exterior decorations are also hot topics, but there are some people who transform their houses to an extent that you’re convinced the majority of neighbours must just cringe whenever they walk past, and watch their own property value sink…

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