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06-09-2019, 08:41   #256
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Hi All.

Does anyone know the difference between the Sanderling A and B? Hoping to view on Saturday but I believe only one type is on show..

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06-09-2019, 18:01   #257
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Hi All.

Does anyone know the difference between the Sanderling A and B? Hoping to view on Saturday but I believe only one type is on show..

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Possibly relating to the balcony out the front?
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Possibly relating to the balcony out the front?
Thanks for the reply. Found out today. The A is slightly smaller and only half brick on the front. The B is full brick.
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07-09-2019, 21:33   #259
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Got ours sorted today 😊 Delighted, it was a stressful morning
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Got ours sorted today 😊 Delighted, it was a stressful morning
As in did you get the keys?
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08-09-2019, 22:27   #261
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As in did you get the keys?
No, a while to wait yet, just put down a booking deposit on the second phase.

We’re getting paranoid about what’s included, one thing i’m worried about - I assume the house comes with all ceiling lights you would require? You don’t buy the place and walk around in candle light till that’s sorted?
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All lights are fitted. They have to be fitted as they go towards your BER survey
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Just wanted to check, contracts are normally signed on all sides months before the keys are handed over ye?
Just want to make sure contracts are done this year?
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Just wanted to check, contracts are normally signed on all sides months before the keys are handed over ye?
Just want to make sure contracts are done this year?
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14-09-2019, 22:54   #265
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Just wanted to check, contracts are normally signed on all sides months before the keys are handed over ye?
Just want to make sure contracts are done this year?
Let us know. if you hear any sounds when you step on the grass out your back.
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Let us know. if you hear any sounds when you step on the grass out your back.
Will do, not believing the dolphin thing till I witness it myself though 😊
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16-09-2019, 22:11   #267
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Will do, not believing the dolphin thing till I witness it myself though 😊
Truly serious. I popped out to show a friend of mine and his boyfriend and the hear what they thought sounded like a dolphin doing a noise. I had the foreman in to take a look. Will let me know how he gets on.
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09-10-2019, 12:44   #268
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Hi Everyone

Will be commuting into the City on train on the 7.23. Wondering if anyone has done this commute before? Whether or not there are generally seats available at that time?

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its not to bad. I usually find one no problem. a lot of students get off at the maynooth stop and a lot of seats become available.
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I usually go to the driver's cab and ask to sit with him cause he looks lonely on his own.
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