Slendoor: One-bed flat listed for lease with weird slender door in toilet

A ONE bed room flat has been listed to lease with a weird characteristic within the toilet – an especially slender door to the backyard.

The part-furnished property in Brighton, East Sussex boasts a novel door discovered proper subsequent to the bathe cubicle which seems to be no wider than one ft.

One picture reveals the white tiled toilet which incorporates a bathe cubicle with sliding glass doorways, a sink and a radiator.

The bathe has a door to the backyard subsequent to it. Credit score: David Maslen

To the right-hand-side of the bathe cubicle is a really tall and slender door, full with a deal with, a keyhole and pane of frosted glass.

The door seems to be no multiple ft large and is so skinny that tenants must flip sideways to maneuver by means of doorway.

The house is out there to lease from September for £970 per calendar month and likewise affords a spacious bed room, lounge and an open plan kitchen.

The property additionally boasts wooden chipped again backyard with a desk and chairs and is full with new carpets.

The floor plan
The floorplan of the property reveals the door within the toilet. Credit score: David Maslen

Property brokers David Maslen listed the property, writing: “A hardly ever obtainable compact first flooring one bed room backyard flat positioned in a preferred residential space simply off Elm Grove, with nice transport hyperlinks throughout the town.

“Half furnished, this property has a fitted kitchen and fashionable white toilet with fuel heating, double glazed home windows and a backyard.”

The rental property has set tongues wagging on social media after customers noticed the distinctive door.

One member wrote: “Fairly positive that’s in opposition to laws as a secondary technique of escape in case of a fireplace.”

One other commented: “Hearth laws say home windows ought to have a minimal width of 450mm however no point out of door width, I ponder in the event that they acquired this by means of on a miserable technicality.”

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A 3rd replied: “Constructing laws say that an exterior door ought to be 775mm large, so the fireplace part you quote would presumably not have to repeat that minimal.”