A CENTRAL London flat has gone available on the market for a whopping £2,000 a month – however the property is lacking a key characteristic.
The unfurnished property, described as “beautiful” by brokers, would not have any WINDOWS.
A flat with no WINDOWS has gone available on the market for £2,000 a monthCredit score: Rightmove
A unfurnished property lies simply minutes from Tower Bridge – though the brand new occupier will not have a lot of a viewCredit score: Rightmove
Brokers have described the underground residence as “beautiful”
So whereas the block sits in close to a beautiful park simply minutes from Tower Bridge, the brand new tenant will not have a lot of an opportunity to benefit from the views – because the underground residence gives simply tiny glimpses of pure gentle.
In one of many bedrooms, a small aperture gives a peek out at road stage.
The flat, which covers 1,010 sq. ft, has been newly-refurbished, with shiny white flooring and curving painted brick partitions.
It boasts two bedrooms – though there are not any doorways separating both of the rooms, which means the occupier would possibly wish to stay with an in depth pal moderately than a stranger.
Tall candidates might also want to rethink, because the stooped archways supply loads of alternatives for a painful bang to the top.
Nevertheless, brokers say the remodelled flat gives loads of house.
The kitchen has been fitted with a brand new hob, whereas LED strip lighting has been put in across the property.
The kitchen has been utterly refurbished
There are additionally two massive bedrooms – though neither includes a door
Brokers say the remodelled residence gives loads of house
Brokers for Foxtons say: “Set within the pleasant St. Johns Churchyard park, this distinctive two-bedroom basement flat boasts a separate entrance and beautiful interiors.
“A unique and inventive house to stay and work.”
It comes after a studio flat with a washing machine, kitchen and toilet UNDER the bed went available on the market for £754 a month.
Brokers for the north London residence boast of a ‘mezzanine sleeping space’ – main incredulous Twitter customers to search out the humorous facet.
Earlier this summer season, a tiny studio flat with a shower and sink next to the bed went on sale for £200,000.
The property – in Notting Hill, London – has little greater than a single mattress, a hob and a bathe inside.
Elsewhere in London, a property narrower than a bus went on sale in July for a whopping £700,000.
The house in East Dulwich, which measures simply 8ft 1in throughout, was transformed from a derelict workshop.
The property might not appear like a lot for £795 a month – nevertheless it boasts extremely views over Shenley Cricket Centre in Hertfordshire.