Trash converters

Trash converters

Lisa Raynes, an architect, and husband Adam, a glass designer, in their property in Chorlton, Manchester, which was formerly a grungy bedsit in a state of disrepair. After buying the house for £235k and spending £35k on renovations, the property is now believed to fetch between £350k and £400k. Tough new licensing regulations mean a lot of landlords are expected to be selling off their assets, so you can expect more of this type of thing. For the BricksnMortar section of today’s The Times.

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