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A flood-hit home on the Somerset Levels has been sold at auction for almost half its former value. The family who lived there say they had no choice but to sell after seeing their property devastated by the winter floods twice in two years. Jacquie Bird reports.
A Somerset family say at least they'll be able to sleep at night after their flood hit home was sold at auction for around half its former value.
The bungalow and stables, set in 3 and a half acres at Moorland, need thorough refurbishment after weeks underwater. The property sold this morning for a £175,000.
Christine and Carroll Gray spoke to us after the auction this morning:
A flood hit property at Moorland on the Somerset levels has been sold for around half its former value at auction today.
The bungalow and stables, set in 3 and a half acres, need thorough refurbishment after weeks underwater. It sold at this morning for a £175,000.