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Haggling for a House in Carnforth

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As any keen viewers may have already spotted, a unique property situated on the outskirts of Carnforth, Lancashire was featured on today's episode of 'How to Haggle for a House' on Channel 4. Finance guru George Harrigan-Brown, who presents the programme, negotiates face to face with the vendors of properties to secure the best possible deal for house-hunters.

The individually designed property on today's show, which boasts panoramic views of Morecambe Bay and the Lakeland hills, is currently on the market with Reeds Rains Carnforth.

Crag Bank Road Carnforth

Built by the present owners the beautifully presented detached house is in the heart of Crag Bank and is accessed by a private tree-lined drive. Hoping to find the dream home for Dawn, Howard and daughter Lily, George Harrigan-Brown visits the 4 bed property which is on the market for £350,000.

A superb open plan luxury fitted kitchen, dining room and sun room alongside a feature fireplace in the lounge really sets the property apart. Gardens to the front and rear as well as a garage further enhance the appeal of the property which is close to the amenities offered in Carnforth and also conveniently located for schools and motorway links.

Describing the experience as really worthwhile the vendors commented "George and all the crew were very friendly and respectful of our home. It is something we would do again if the opportunity arose."

If you would like to see George's negotiations and what Howard, Dawn and Lily thought of the property you can watch the programme again on 4OD

To find out more about this unique property or to arrange a viewing please contact Reeds Rains estate agents in Carnforth on 01524 732008, email carnforth@reedsrains.co.uk or visit the branch at 5 Market Street in Carnforth.

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