A TINY London flat has just hit the market for a bargain price of £390 per month, but it's so small that the bed blocks the ENTIRE kitchen.
The Victorian 1-bed is in Kensington, West London, one of the country’s most exclusive areas but the fully furnished flat has barely enough room to walk around.
The listing brags how the Victorian pad is in a great location, boasting its “fully furnished” and trendy “wooden floors.”
However, the one-person bedsit is so thin that the bed is almost touching the kitchen sink, and blocks the fridge from opening.
Because it is so small there isn’t even enough space for a bathroom as the shower and toilet are shared with the other residents in the block.
The skinny pad shows the bed up against one wall, with the slim kitchenette just centimetres away.
The sink, microwave and camping-style cooking hob are all within touching distance from the single bed.
A wardrobe, chest of drawers and a table with one chair have been provided, though there's barely enough room for them.
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The listing states that tenants have to stay for a minimum of six months tenancy with the rent working out at just £90 per week.
It is being sold by Space Let and is being marketed by Zoopla, as the listing reads: “A single bedsit situated within a large Victorian house in-between West Kensington and Baron’s Court stations with lots of amenities in the area.
“Compact studio room furnished with a single bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers, small table and chairs.
“Own kitchen with a counter-top cooker and oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, fitted stainless steel sink unit and a range of wall and base units. Shared bathroom with a shower, WC and wash-hand basin.”
One Twitter user who stumbled on the property said:"Randomly browsing apartments on Zoopla for no reason and I came across this.
"London housing is such a joke"
Another user jokes" "‘and that’s £1000 a month please’"
As the original poster replied: "no I've seen jail cells bigger than this [for real]"
As people begin flooding back to the capital after the pandemic, this tiny flat is a bargain offer, assuming you can squeeze in, of course.
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