Love that for you (Picture: Triangle News)
Ever wanted to live in the centre of the capital? Well, now could be your chance, you lucky thing.
Fans of the hustle and bustle are in for a treat because a Belgravia studio flat has hit the market for £385,000.
Yes, that’s £100,000 more than the average price for a home in the country, which is £292,000, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Even by central London standards, this studio is positively cheap.
According to Rightmove, most of the property sold in that part of the city over the past year were flats which went for an average of £1,382,812.
So what does this absolute bargain get you?
Well one of the most noticeable features is the living room/bedroom combo, a ‘bliving room’ if you will, which you’ll note includes a bed on a shelf.
Looks normal enough so far (Picture: Foxtons/Triangle News)
Privacy is so five minutes ago anyway.
Whoever the successful buyer is will get a total of 27 sqm worth of property – that’s less than a third of the size of the six-yard box on a football pitch, which is 98 sqm.
Ah, yes (Picture: Foxtons/Triangle News)
However, contained within is a separate kitchen and bathroom, and you’ll get access to the ‘communal courtyard’, so you’re sure to be the envy of many.
The property – which is situated in a five-storey block – is on the market with Foxtons.
You also get access to the shared courtyard (Picture: Foxtons/Triangle News)
Interestingly, the Rightmove listing makes no mention of the… unique sleeping area.
It reads: ‘Situated within easy reach of the shops of Sloane Square, this upper ground floor studio flat offers bright accommodation with a separate kitchen and communal courtyard.
Behold (Picture: Foxtons/Triangle News)
‘It is enviably located within walking distance of the fashionable shops and boutiques available around Sloane Square.
‘While Victoria train station is within easy reach, offering great transport links.’
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