Buy my house...and get my Lamborghini too

Rick Hill selling his house with the car thrown in

Rick Hill selling his house with the car thrown in

First published in News

AN ENTREPRENEUR who says he is bored of big houses and fast cars is selling his mansion – with his Lamborghini thrown into the bargain.

Thirty-year-old Rick Hill has decided to sell his six-bedroom home in Church Road, Hockley, and has included his £152,000 car in the £1,150,000 asking price.

Rick said: “It is a bit of a novelty, but I am offering the ultimate lifestyle package. It’s a dream home, but with just two of us there it is a waste. I want to retire and I am looking for a simpler life.”

But even in “retirement” Rick plans to carry on making money by building up his investment portfolio. He says he currently owns 55 properties.

The self-made millionaire started his working life in a factory, paid just £3.50 an hour.

Six years ago, he started an online pharmacy business and has since started a separate marketing company on the internet.

He said: “I feel I have been there and done it, with the big house and the fast cars.

“I just want some chillout time now, a bit of time to relax and do what I want to do.

“It is time to move on and let someone else enjoy the house and car.”

The Lamborghini Gallardo has a top speed of 197mph.

The house with a sweeping drive and grounds, make an attractive option on their own even without the car, which cost Rick a cool £152,000.

The property has four reception rooms, a large kitchen, conservatory, an indoor swimming pool, gym and games room. Two bedrooms have ensuites and there is also a shower room.

On the market for £1,150,00, Evergreen is being sold by Essex Countryside. For more information call 01268 748428.

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6:32pm Thu 25 Sep 08

152 says...

Awwww, he can't afford his place any more because of the credit crunch. And he can't sell it either. Bless!!
Awwww, he can't afford his place any more because of the credit crunch. And he can't sell it either. Bless!! 152
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7:07pm Thu 25 Sep 08

Dick Ramsbottom says...

Yes - he may be 30 and own a Lamborghini Gallardo, and million pound home and plans to retire at 30 but is he happy.....
Yes - he may be 30 and own a Lamborghini Gallardo, and million pound home and plans to retire at 30 but is he happy..... Dick Ramsbottom
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7:11pm Thu 25 Sep 08

Tone-Fu says...

I bet he's run out of raw silk toilet paper because of the credit crunch too, what a crying shame.
I bet he's run out of raw silk toilet paper because of the credit crunch too, what a crying shame. Tone-Fu
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7:15pm Thu 25 Sep 08

Nimble says...

Well done to him. However I don't think I will be rushing out to buy the mansion with the state of the economy at the moment and I doubt I would get the mortgage for it..so no wonder he's throwing the car in too!
Well done to him. However I don't think I will be rushing out to buy the mansion with the state of the economy at the moment and I doubt I would get the mortgage for it..so no wonder he's throwing the car in too! Nimble
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8:24pm Thu 25 Sep 08

The Voice of Reason says...

you'll probably find that had he nt included the car in the sale, the property would have been on the market for a million

1.15m for house and car doesn't warrant a story, unless he's some deluded sould who thinks we should gasp in the amazement that he has a Lamborghini . . . in the words of the wonderful Shania Twain, that don't impress me much

TVoR
you'll probably find that had he nt included the car in the sale, the property would have been on the market for a million 1.15m for house and car doesn't warrant a story, unless he's some deluded sould who thinks we should gasp in the amazement that he has a Lamborghini . . . in the words of the wonderful Shania Twain, that don't impress me much TVoR The Voice of Reason
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10:48pm Thu 25 Sep 08

evilc says...

To all you lot above I think it is called British jealousy!!

Just remember he did it and so can you it is called hard work and gambling.

Good Boy rather you than all those parasitic benefit scroungers of your age who can but will not work because benefit culture has became a way of life and not a safety net.
To all you lot above I think it is called British jealousy!! Just remember he did it and so can you it is called hard work and gambling. Good Boy rather you than all those parasitic benefit scroungers of your age who can but will not work because benefit culture has became a way of life and not a safety net. evilc
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11:18pm Thu 25 Sep 08

Nimble says...

David Fish do you write for the thurrock patriots or something?
David Fish do you write for the thurrock patriots or something? Nimble
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11:20pm Thu 25 Sep 08

Nimble says...

Give it a few months and that house will be worth 12% less than it is now..therefore you can get two Lambo's!
Give it a few months and that house will be worth 12% less than it is now..therefore you can get two Lambo's! Nimble
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6:50am Fri 26 Sep 08

SARFENDMAN says...

Now if he was selling it with an electric buggy.......
Now if he was selling it with an electric buggy....... SARFENDMAN
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7:09am Fri 26 Sep 08

The Voice of Reason says...

evilc wrote:
To all you lot above I think it is called British jealousy!!Just remember he did it and so can you it is called hard work and gambling.Good Boy rather you than all those parasitic benefit scroungers of your age who can but will not work because benefit culture has became a way of life and not a safety net.
'it is called hard work and GAMBLING' ????

that is a totally idiotic thing to say - it's due to the major corporates having a 'gamble' on market predictions that we find our economy in the state it is !!!

As for 'benefit scroungers' . . . well i'm not sure who that is aimed at exactly, but i do have a lot of sympathy with the born and bred Brits who work harn and get nothing back when the parasites from Europe amd beyond sail in on the gravy boat to fleece our system for all they can get without ever having contributed in any way.

Oh, and just for the record - my wife and i work **** hard to ensure we can support our family and home without the need for handouts and there are many around like us. We don't need to splash our hard earned cash on luxuries like Lamborghinis - it's not as if you can take the whole family out or fill the boot up with a weeks supply of groceries, so how impractical is that ? Yet again, it's a nothing story, so i can only assume that it's quiet on the news front right now.

TVoR
[quote][bold]evilc[/bold] wrote: To all you lot above I think it is called British jealousy!!Just remember he did it and so can you it is called hard work and gambling.Good Boy rather you than all those parasitic benefit scroungers of your age who can but will not work because benefit culture has became a way of life and not a safety net.[/quote]'it is called hard work and GAMBLING' ???? that is a totally idiotic thing to say - it's due to the major corporates having a 'gamble' on market predictions that we find our economy in the state it is !!! As for 'benefit scroungers' . . . well i'm not sure who that is aimed at exactly, but i do have a lot of sympathy with the born and bred Brits who work harn and get nothing back when the parasites from Europe amd beyond sail in on the gravy boat to fleece our system for all they can get without ever having contributed in any way. Oh, and just for the record - my wife and i work **** hard to ensure we can support our family and home without the need for handouts and there are many around like us. We don't need to splash our hard earned cash on luxuries like Lamborghinis - it's not as if you can take the whole family out or fill the boot up with a weeks supply of groceries, so how impractical is that ? Yet again, it's a nothing story, so i can only assume that it's quiet on the news front right now. TVoR The Voice of Reason
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8:15am Fri 26 Sep 08

evilc says...

David Fish wrote:
Good luck to him but the mans not in the real world like the rest of us are, he don't have to suffer the 5h!t we have to. He sould have a look at what's really going on around him http://thurrockpatri

ots.blogspot.com
Sorry mate your Dad Michael Fish got it wrong so have you, we are mostly all born with the same opportunities and this man has achieved a great deal, we have far to many lazy parasites in this country which we have to support,not thro choice. apart from those who thro age illness and disability we can all do well even Prof Stephen Hawkins who can only move his head has achieved a great deal and become very rich so stop knocking the true earners which seems to be a 'British thing' and knock the lazy parasites that I see every day in places like Southend Town Centre, Hamlet Court Road and parts of Shoeburyness.

Once again good luck to him, I wish I could afford the house it is a nice area to live.
[quote][bold]David Fish[/bold] wrote: Good luck to him but the mans not in the real world like the rest of us are, he don't have to suffer the 5h!t we have to. He sould have a look at what's really going on around him http://thurrockpatri ots.blogspot.com [/quote]Sorry mate your Dad Michael Fish got it wrong so have you, we are mostly all born with the same opportunities and this man has achieved a great deal, we have far to many lazy parasites in this country which we have to support,not thro choice. apart from those who thro age illness and disability we can all do well even Prof Stephen Hawkins who can only move his head has achieved a great deal and become very rich so stop knocking the true earners which seems to be a 'British thing' and knock the lazy parasites that I see every day in places like Southend Town Centre, Hamlet Court Road and parts of Shoeburyness. Once again good luck to him, I wish I could afford the house it is a nice area to live. evilc
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8:37am Fri 26 Sep 08

Partyboy2 says...

Shame he's not throwing the house in with the sale of the car. Could probably afford it then!
Shame he's not throwing the house in with the sale of the car. Could probably afford it then! Partyboy2
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10:40am Fri 26 Sep 08

Rayleigh mum says...

If you had read this story on the front page of the Echo like I did, this would have been the bargain of the century for the story read '30 year old Rick Hill has decided to sell his 6 bedroomed home for £1,150 and is throwing in the £152,000 car in the price'! Good old Echo has made yet another blunder. They need a proof reader down at the Echo offices I think!
If you had read this story on the front page of the Echo like I did, this would have been the bargain of the century for the story read '30 year old Rick Hill has decided to sell his 6 bedroomed home for £1,150 and is throwing in the £152,000 car in the price'! Good old Echo has made yet another blunder. They need a proof reader down at the Echo offices I think! Rayleigh mum
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10:54am Fri 26 Sep 08

dhd says...

What hasn't been mentioned is the two houses next door to him being demolished and eight ugly houses being built in their place and the Pond Nursery site at the rear now being used for industrial use with permission being sought to build another 70 houses. Would this have anything to do with the sale?
What hasn't been mentioned is the two houses next door to him being demolished and eight ugly houses being built in their place and the Pond Nursery site at the rear now being used for industrial use with permission being sought to build another 70 houses. Would this have anything to do with the sale? dhd
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11:50am Fri 26 Sep 08

andyh says...

"online pharmacy" ... hope this isn't the source of a proportion of the junk email that I keep getting :-)
"online pharmacy" ... hope this isn't the source of a proportion of the junk email that I keep getting :-) andyh
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8:09pm Fri 26 Sep 08

southendie says...

David Fish wrote:
Good luck to him but the mans not in the real world like the rest of us are, he don't have to suffer the 5h!t we have to. He sould have a look at what's really going on around him http://thurrockpatri
ots.blogspot.com
Actually, I'll think you'll find that 10 years ago he lived on the Kurssall estate and drove a clapped out Fiesta.....he has got to where he is through sheer determination and hard work - not by sitting around moaning about how hard life is.
[quote][bold]David Fish[/bold] wrote: Good luck to him but the mans not in the real world like the rest of us are, he don't have to suffer the 5h!t we have to. He sould have a look at what's really going on around him http://thurrockpatri ots.blogspot.com [/quote]Actually, I'll think you'll find that 10 years ago he lived on the Kurssall estate and drove a clapped out Fiesta.....he has got to where he is through sheer determination and hard work - not by sitting around moaning about how hard life is. southendie
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3:08pm Sat 27 Sep 08

SARFENDMAN says...

Do they do this in Basildon and Southend with property called "affordable". How about throwing in a Bank instead of a car? I reckon sticking with the car is a better option at the moment.
Do they do this in Basildon and Southend with property called "affordable". How about throwing in a Bank instead of a car? I reckon sticking with the car is a better option at the moment. SARFENDMAN
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11:34am Sun 28 Sep 08

veritysmith1 says...

Well all I can say is " IT'S A BIG CON", I checked his reg number with the system that you can to see if the car has ever been in any accidents etc. It shows that the car HAS FINANCE OUTSTANDING ON IT. So in my eyes whoever buys the house is actually paying for the car themselves, he's probably put the outstanding balance on top of the house price to pay for it.

Sounds to me that he can't afford his lambo payments anymore and is the only way he can get rid.

So anyone looking to buy a house with a lambo thrown in for free, DON'T BUY IT, COS IT'S NOT FREE.

Millionaire?????????


I THINK NOT.
Well all I can say is " IT'S A BIG CON", I checked his reg number with the system that you can to see if the car has ever been in any accidents etc. It shows that the car HAS FINANCE OUTSTANDING ON IT. So in my eyes whoever buys the house is actually paying for the car themselves, he's probably put the outstanding balance on top of the house price to pay for it. Sounds to me that he can't afford his lambo payments anymore and is the only way he can get rid. So anyone looking to buy a house with a lambo thrown in for free, DON'T BUY IT, COS IT'S NOT FREE. Millionaire????????? I THINK NOT. veritysmith1
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12:28am Wed 9 Jun 10

bumper says...

if its free to a good family mail me
i could make use of it .


well he may be that sick of them what cannot sell them he just may give them away.
if so iam your man .
if its free to a good family mail me i could make use of it . well he may be that sick of them what cannot sell them he just may give them away. if so iam your man . bumper
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