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Last refreshed at 19:35 04 July 2007
A surrender home, which wouldn’t look out of put on the The Flintstones, has sold for a walloping £100,000 – four times the inquiring price.

Aptly-named Shake Cottage, which is cut out of a sandstone precipice with three other bordering caves, was last possessed in the late 1940s.
The cave, manufactured in the 1770s has no power or, on the other hand water supply what’s more, regardless of whether it would be reasonable for home is questionable, say experts.
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The property in Wolverley, Worcestershire, was unloaded off by Kidderminster-based bequest office Corridors for four times its £25,000 direct price.
Auctioneer Roger Sadler said: “We are extremely pleased. You don’t offer holes extremely regularly yet it was a exceptional property that pulled in an mind blowing sum of interest.”

But the Sladd Path property, which comes with windows, a sitting room what’s more, bedroom, produced a expansive sum of interest, counting more than 50 demands for viewings.
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People came from as far away as Spain to the auction, said Mr Sadler. In the end, a close neighbor purchased it since she needed it “to remain precisely how it is”, he said.
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The cave, sold with five sections of land of blended forest what’s more, related plant land, was unloaded off following the demise of the past owner.

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