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My Dream Home
Date Posted: 02.29hrs on Fri 12 Jan 07
pfairbrother


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Re: My Dream Home
Date Posted: 14.42hrs on Fri 12 Jan 07
Nah too far away from the ski areas.
My dream location would be 20 min drive max and 5 min to the pub!

Paul

Hustler


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Re: My Dream Home
Date Posted: 18.47hrs on Sat 13 Jan 07
Hope it's at least a hundred feet above sea level, otherwise climate change will be bringing the view of the Tay a whole lot nearer those windows..!
Handy for biking on the singletrack of Tentsmuir forest though.

HTH


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Re: My Dream Home
Date Posted: 23.21hrs on Sat 13 Jan 07
How many of you folk are local to the Tay? - I'm just over at Drumoig!

Used to be at the waterside in Tayport. - don't recognise the dream home, whereabouts?

PS: only 1hr from Glenshee, so not too far really, and a nice drive if you're into it.



Edited 1 times. Last edit at 23.23hrs Sat 13 Jan 07 by HTH.

chappers


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Re: My Dream Home
Date Posted: 12.47hrs on Sun 14 Jan 07
Here is mine, 'cos we bought it before Xmas.

Paul, you'd like it. 15 mins to the skiing and 3/4 mins walk to the pub - 40p a pint ;op

Enjoy...

[www.skipropertybg.com]

growwild


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Re: My Dream Home
Date Posted: 13.37hrs on Sun 14 Jan 07
Sweet pad Chappers, a love hooses constucted wi stone and timber, very nice...

chappers


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Re: My Dream Home
Date Posted: 15.15hrs on Sun 14 Jan 07
link doesnt work anymore. Obviously the agency realised it had been sold ;op

pfairbrother


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Re: My Dream Home
Date Posted: 17.09hrs on Sun 14 Jan 07
Chappers

shame link doesn't work. Got any photos to show us?
Will be buying a home close to the slopes (and a pub!) in the next 6 months or so.

I fancy buying somewhere abroad eventually - as long as it's in Whistler!!
Olderalan knows why.

Paul

chappers


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Re: My Dream Home
Date Posted: 17.46hrs on Sun 14 Jan 07
Here's another link that works:

[www.easybg.com]

Only one phot of mine on the above link but here are internal shots of an exact same chalet:

[www.easybg.com]

Chappers


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Re: My Dream Home
Date Posted: 17.50hrs on Sun 14 Jan 07
Sorry,

cut and paste these with the usual [www]. added ;op


easybg.com/properties/cgi-bin/db1.cgi?c=page&p=1919&zoom=4&id=7853164.9351

and


easybg.com/properties/cgi-bin/db1.cgi?c=page&p=1918&zoom=4&id=7853164.9351


pfairbrother


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Re: My Dream Home
Date Posted: 11.11hrs on Mon 15 Jan 07
Very nice chappers.



Hustler


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Re: My Dream Home
Date Posted: 21.55hrs on Mon 15 Jan 07
To HTH: I'm just up the road at Eassie, near Glamis. Handy for Glenshee, very handy for biking to work over the Sidlaws to Dundee for the lighter parts of the year. Have managed it at least once in every calendar month, modern lights are a laugh. Got some trails starting right by the front door too.
Just under two hours to Nevis or Cairngorm, even the Lecht when it has snow and we're desperate enough.
Great house, can see Glas Maol, Glen Clova and Ben Lawers on a good day.

HTH


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Re: My Dream Home
Date Posted: 23.16hrs on Mon 15 Jan 07
Glamis eh? - Handy for Angus Glens, Clova, Coire Fee etc. - Used to ride road miles with Dundee Wheelers, but that was years & kilos ago winking smiley

in Sidlaws my favourite road is Tullybaccart hill, and the chase down to Dundee past Piper Dam. - Still feels fast in my lardy condition.

I moved back to here, after years in flatlands of East Anglia, and looking forward to opening at Glenshee, and some ice in Coire Fee.

I'm on the edge of Tentsmuir, and should get round there more often.

Must stop before starting to sound like the J+R show!! smiling smiley

Hustler


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Re: My Dream Home
Date Posted: 21.19hrs on Tue 16 Jan 07
I know some fun singletrack in Tentsmuir forest, dead handy in wet weather as it drains so well. Sidlaws for me is all about finding technical mountain biking trails, there's some great stuff that's interesting without being life-threatening.
The Angus Glens contain some superb big days out in the hills for bikers; nearly all of the munros can be biked to the top of with a bit of careful route planning. And maybe a wee bit of a carry sometimes...

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