A ‘CUTE’ apartment in a posh London postcode is available to rent for £ 100 per week, but it lacks one very important feature.
The small Kensington property is touted as a “bargain” by rental agents.
But eagle-eyed apartment hunters will quickly spot a major omission.
While the studio does offer a shower – which has been set up oddly enough next to a cabinet – there is no toilet to be found.
The new tenant will be able to shower in their room, but will have to share the toilets with people living in three other apartments.
Upbeat agents describe the property as a “cute semi-studio with its own kitchenette.”
The photos show a single mattress set up next to a small table and two chairs, a large wardrobe and the bewildering shower stall.
But despite the missing toilets, there will likely be plenty of lines to see.
The apartment is close to major underground stations including Kensington Olympia.
Hyde Park is only 1.5 km and a similar distance from some of the best museums in the world, including the V&A.
Average rents in the area are £ 462 per week, according to Foxtons estate agents, but can range from £ 340 to £ 660 depending on the type of property.
During this time, council tax is included in the price – although other bills are not.
London is well known for being particularly difficult on a budget.
A chic apartment in Marylebone is on the market for £ 2,000 a month – even if it doesn’t have a bed.
Instead, the property simply has a small sofa barely big enough for one person to stand up.
The sofa is unlikely to turn into a bed, as the space is too narrow for a mattress to fit comfortably.
Another chic Richmond apartment also comes without a bed – although it costs £ 350,000.
And one particularly spooky house in Islington had a truly off-putting feature.
At first glance, the studio – priced at £ 900 per month – seemed like good value for money for a tenant.
But the photos taken inside the small bathroom appear to show a dead MOUSE on the floor.
Those with more money to spend will have a much better time.
A family home on the market for just under £ 1million has seven bedrooms.
Despite the bedroom, hated guests will find themselves camping out on a single bed in a bathroom.
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