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    Scott

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    For this price, I would expect the interiors to be completely updated, and they obviously are not.
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    Daniel

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    Looking at photo 12 would really make me comfortable paying the asking price for this. What am I missing here? Sure, the Mayfair address is maybe $20 million alone, but good grief. I guess this means finding a home on Kensington Palace Gardens for less than a quarter billion dollars will be next to impossible.
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      Al Robinson

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      Daniel, it sounds like you’re pretty knowledgeable about London. Have you ever been? I myself have not, but it would be fun.
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        Daniel

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        Ha, hardly knowledgeable. I’ve only been once, for a week. It’s a lovely city with much to do and some beautiful architecture. However, it’s apparently overrun with oil money and sheiks driving in circles around Harrods in their million dollar super cars.
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          ZigZagBoom

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          Well, they’re always somewhere, those sheiks. If you were from a place with such a hideous climate (the Middle East) and you had money, you’d want to leave it during the summer, too. When I used to travel to Europe more often back in the 1990s, apparently they often congregated in Geneva.
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            Andrew

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            LOL, when I hear the words ‘hideous climate’, the first place that springs to my mind is London!
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            jake

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            Wow, ZigZagBoom needs to go back to grade school and review basic English grammar.
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          Al Robinson

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          That would be quite the sight, it sounds. :-) They probably all drive Rolls-Royce cars, with tinted windows perhaps.
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            Daniel

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            Search “supercars London” or something similar to that on YouTube. Anything and everything.
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          Nash

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          The entire city huh? That’s interesting. Or perhaps your statement is just not true…
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            Daniel

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            Perhaps it was sarcastic conjecture…
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            Nash

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            sarcastic conjecture perhaps, but stated with apparent hate (dare I say racism?)
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    Grrrowler

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    It’s a lot of square feet in an amazing location, with a multi-car garage no less. But, it simply doesn’t look like a $150 million house. Someone could buy four smaller contiguous townhouses for $15 million each, combine them and have them professionally decorated for another $30 million, and still have enough left over to buy a dozen very nice houses elsewhere in the world.
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    Koko

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    Do not worry…! Another filthy rich sheik (with no taste but lots of oil money) will download the cash and bring his harem to populate it. London is already looking as a Middle East city and speaking Arabic will get you a lot.
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      John

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      Koko, your post is asinine.
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        Ruby M. Robinson

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        I agree, it sounds racist. I’m sure you didn’t mean to sound that way, right Koko?
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          Venom

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          His post may sound racist, and it might even be racist, however that does not make it not true.
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            Nash

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            Well Venom, I suppose what makes it not true are things called facts.
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    Venom

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    $150 million? GTFO. For that money I could buy every island in the Bahamas and be warm with awesome beaches and women in bikinis. These prices are idiotic crackpipe. I’d buy the SLS or some other hotel in Miami Beach before I paid this kind of stupid money for an ugly house in dreary London.
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    Al Robinson

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    Oh please. $150 million is not unreasonable! You know what’s unreasonable?? $151 million. Cheerio! :-)
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    Al Robinson

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    Is this now more expensive than “Updown Court”?
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