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A second home in Cornwall is nothing to be proud of

A second home in Cornwall is nothing to be proud of

12 June 2021

9:00 AM

12 June 2021

9:00 AM

Last week there was a public toilet for sale on the coast of Cornwall. The Kent-based auctioneer called it ‘an exciting and rare opportunity’, although its video tour of the property did not even undo the padlock on the security door. It was on the market for £20,000, which was a bargain — the last exciting and rare toilet block to be auctioned in Cornwall went for five times its asking price, even though it didn’t have as nice a view.

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