Tiny flat on market for £1,600 a month - with bed right next to toilet
The 291 square foot home - situated in Camden, north London - has been listed on the market by Foxtons
This tiny flat with a toilet next to its bed has gone on the rental market in London for £1,600 a month.
Eye-watering rents in the capital are nothing new but the highly unusual living quarters of this 291 square foot home have really turned heads on social media.
Pictures show how the bed is regrettably positioned just inches from the toilet bowl - an arrangement obviously not ideal for forgetful flushers - while the wash basin is situated right beside.
The pocket-sized property is situated in Camden, north London, and was put on the market by real estate agents Foxtons six days ago.
The listing reads : "This is a stunning studio flat boasting high-specification fixtures and fittings, high ceilings and newly refurbished interiors that are of the highest standard.
"Situated moments from the amenities of Camden Road and Camden High Street, Georgiana Street is close to the trendy markets and boutiques of the local area, while the green open space of Regent's Park is nearby."
But not everyone agrees the home is worth getting excited about.
Other properties in the UK for a similar price include this six-bedroom family house in Livingstone, Scotland, or this plush new-build home in Wales that boasts its own jaccuzzi.
One flabbergasted Twitter user wrote: "You sleep next to the toilet for how much?"
Another said: "Bathroom to let - comes with its very own en-suite bed!"
In October, another unusual rental apartment attracted attention for all the wrong reasons.
A listing for the £1000-a-month one-bedroom flat describes its bedroom-bathroom situation as an 'en suite wet room area'.
Pictures of the flat were shared on social media with reactions ranging from hilarity to comments about Brighton's 'shameful' rental market.
Alice Tew shared a screengrab of the listing, writing: "Imagine getting back to someone's house to find this set up."
In November, a tiny corridor-style flat went up for rent at around half the price of the market average, but people are slammed its size.
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