Hi, I'm looking to buy a 1930s house with my partner but we're having a bit of a wobble over a few issues that FIL has pointed out and I am looking for advice over whether these are big issues or something that we can manage. We are admittedly not super knowledgeable and we are worried about taking on the risk. The issues are: - the clearance between driveway (gravel) and DPC is less than 150mm, currently sat at 75mm and additionally the air bricks have been blocked at the front of the property (apparently to conserve heat and prevent draft). The air bricks are below the DPC which puts the bottoms in line with the gravel. - the right hand side of the front porch and right exterior wall has been repointed or replaced quite messily. - 'bonnet hip tiles' missing on the roof although the seller is getting someone to replace these How concerned would you feel about these issues? Would it be worth rescinding the offer now? I understand that a survey will confirm or disregard some of this (hopefully!) but we are worried that this might all be beyond what we can and are willing to deal with. If this is an inappropriate post please let me know and I'll delete it. Thanks for your time.