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PLUGS GALORE: Bizarre sockets in Pinner home leave house hunters switched off 

 Published on: 6th November 2019   |   By: Jake Levison   |   Category: Uncategorized

A £1.35million home in Pinner which is up for sale has been ridiculed online for the bizarre amount of plug sockets.

The five-bedroom detached home in Rushdene Road is listed on property selling website Rightmove and at first glance it looks like the many other beautiful properties in Pinner.

However, bizarrely several of the rooms are littered with numerous plug sockets and downlighters on the walls and ceilings.

One room alone has around 25 plus sockets with dozens of lights making it a must view for a different reason to the norm.

Oddly the number of sockets isn’t addressed in the description of the property with the listing saying: “This family haven is situated in a family-friendly location just approx. 1.7 miles from Eastcote Station and 1.1 miles to Pinner High Street.

“The accommodation briefly comprises of a bright and spacious entrance hallway with doors leading to all rooms. The dining room enjoys a bay window adding a natural flow of light into the property.”

On social media many people shared their disbelief at the number of plug sockets and speculated as to what they were needed for.

Stacey Kent said: “Was this an electrician’s training centre at one point?”

Whilst Chris Bush quipped: “Can you imagine trying to hang a picture in that place. It would be like playing minesweeper.”

Meanwhile Rosie Watkins added: “This causes me real stress. Not only the question as to why there are so many plugs but how much furniture I would need to hide them.”

Pictures courtesy of Andrew Pearce

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