unmodernised

ADJECTIVE
  1. not brought up to date
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How To Use unmodernised In A Sentence

  • Unmodernised property can sell for up to 40 per cent of its modernised market value.
  • The best one, though, is defiantly unmodernised. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘A significant number of the deaths will be because, in this area, houses are likely to be the older, unmodernised terraced type which are not well insulated or fuel efficient,’ he said.
  • Finding the unmodernised property to buy is often the hard part, of course. Times, Sunday Times
  • The house has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, one en-suite, a drawing room, a dining room, a morning room, a studio, kitchen/a breakfast room, a three attic rooms, a conservatory, a scullery, a cellar and a two-bedroom unmodernised annexe.
  • We consider that the appropriate property type should be unmodernised family sized accommodation with 3 bedrooms or more.
  • Searches for unmodernised properties have waned by 41 per cent. The Sun
  • To move from unmodernised to modernised is proving to be an expensive business. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's beautiful, but the house is unmodernised to the point of being uninhabitable. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is not just owner-occupiers who are chasing unmodernised homes. Times, Sunday Times
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