THIS three-bed London home is on the market for £1.5million – but it is missing one very important room.
The new owners will struggle to put a meal together or have a family dinner as the Victorian townhouse has no kitchen.
This three-bed London home is on the market for £1.5million – but it is missing one very important roomCredit: Rightmove
The house comes with no real kitchenCredit: Rightmove
The property, in the heart of Hampstead Village, appears to come with everything you might need.
It boasts a spacious double reception room and three decent sized bedrooms.
It also has a downstairs loo, a bathroom and separate shower room upstairs, and a patio garden.
But despite its beautiful finish and central location, prospective buyers will likely be put off by its lack of real kitchen.
There is just a small ‘conservatory kitchen’ with a sink and fridgeCredit: Rightmove
The rest of the house is ‘well-presented’ with bright, spacious roomsCredit: Rightmove
There is a large double reception room which leads onto the ‘kitchen’Credit: Rightmove
Upstairs there are three bedroomsCredit: Rightmove
The living room leads on to a “conservatory kitchen” – but photos show this tiny space consists of a sink, fridge and what looks like an induction hob.
There is also a kettle, toaster and washing machine, but practically no countertop space and seemingly no oven.
It would make hosting a dinner party or even cooking for the family rather challenging.
There doesn’t even appear to be much space to sit down and eat at a dining table.
The house is on the market for £1.5millionCredit: Rightmove
There are three bathroomsCredit: Rightmove
The property is in the ‘very heart of Hampstead Village, north London
It is listed on Rightmove through SavillsCredit: Rightmove
The “charming central village cottage” is up for sale with Savills for £1.5million.
It is described on Rightmove as being “near many fabulous shops, bars and restaurants”.
The terraced property is also well-located for “transport connections to the City and the West End”.
There is a patio garden at the back of the houseCredit: Rightmove
The family home is offered chain-freeCredit: Rightmove
The terraced home is just off New End SquareCredit: Rightmove