A STUDIO in a hip London postcode has hit the market – and there’s a very naughty surprise inside.
The little house in Brick Lane has its own bathroom and kitchen. All budget apartment hunters in the capital will know that they aren’t necessarily standard.
But all eyes will probably be drawn to an unusual addition in the bedroom.
The property comes with its own stripper pole, which has been secured between the bed and a sofa.
The current tenant has arranged the furniture to ensure there is plenty of space around the functionality.
And the future occupant may want to take lessons himself – because the pole is unlikely to be useful otherwise.
An ad posted on Gumtree made no mention of the details.
Instead, it reads: “Cozy studio apartment located in a second floor conversion.”
“This property offers a spacious studio with wooden floors and neutral decor, as well as a separate fitted kitchen with appliances and a separate toilet and shower.”
The apartment is ‘excellently located’ in the East End and is a 10 minute walk from the main Aldgate East and Liverpool Street underground stations.
In addition, all bills are included in the price of £ 1,150 per month.
While rent may seem expensive for a studio, it’s actually a bargain.
Properties in Brick Lane are rented for an average of £ 680 per week, according to Foxtons, making the cottage a great bet for adventurous tenants.
London is well known for its strange and wonderful houses.
A huge three-story family home is currently on the market near Brick Lane for £ 1million.
However, there is a big catch.
The property at the end of the terrace is in total disrepair inside.
The buyer will have to deal with months of work and spend a lot of money to get it back to a livable condition.
Elsewhere, a spacious apartment in wealthy Chelsea available for £ 2,383 a month comes with a secret touch.
STRANGE AND WONDERFUL
The apartment appears to offer a large library spanning an entire wall.
But avid readers who seek out one of the leather-bound books will be shocked.
The bookcase is just a decoy – and it slides out to reveal a kitchen behind it.
Those on a budget may want to consider looking for a studio in the market for just £ 90 per week.
The house of Barons Court is an absolute godsend – but keen-eyed house hunters will quickly notice that one essential feature is missing.
Although there is a shower, oddly installed next to the bed, there is no toilet in sight.