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This elegant but dilapidated Victorian boathouse comes with a hefty price tag of £2m thanks to its prime riverside location on the Thames.<br />
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The Grade II* listed property has only 782sq ft of living space but comes with 117ft of idyllic river frontage and a slipway big enough for two sizable boats.<br />
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Velma is in a 0.33-acre plot, so there is plenty of space on site to build a stunning riverside home, but it would be a risky purchase for the new owner as it does not currently have any planning permission in place.<br />
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The boathouse was built in about 1884 for Doctor John Langdon Down, the man who first discovered and developed treatments for Down's Syndrome.