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How much shall I offer for part of his garden?

I want to buy the bottom of my neighbours garden as he is selling his house - it is 6.5 m x 6.5 m and has no access other than through our properties. He has asked me to make an offer but don't know how much to offer. It will never get planning permission and I just want the land to build a small wooden workshop on.

Asked on Jul 13 2009, General in Lincoln | Report content

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  • Suggest you put the ball in his court and ask him what figure he's looking for

    Answered on Jul 13 2009, Report content
  • If there is no real prospect of any Planning being granted, then there is little real value to the seller in holding out for a high price. It is very difficult to price parts of a garden in this wat, however on the size you have stated, I woud suggest a top price could be reached of £1,500-£2,000. I had a client recently with your situation and of a similar size and this is the price we worked to. At the end of the day though it will come down to what You are prepared to pay.

    Answered on Jul 19 2009, Report content
  • Thanks to all that answered - I have managed to get the land for a good price thanks.

    Answered on Jul 20 2009, Report content

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