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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

We may be in for a bit of a noisy time

 

The last vacant block in Sproxton Lane - a mere slip of a block at 20 metres wide and 80 metres long (as are all the others) - sold for $750,000. The SOLD sticker is still fresh, but already the surveyors are pegging out the boundaries which can only mean one thing: the noisy construction work is about to start.

All the more reason to be grateful that we're right at the end of the lane with a whole seven acres between us and the rest of the world.


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