A TINY ROOM which has been described by the owner as “every part one individual wants in small doses” is up for hire at an eye-watering £900-per-month.
The owner, referred to as Ahmad, claims that the ‘little studio’ in Hammersmith, West London, comes furnished – nonetheless, itemizing pictures present not even a settee in sight.
One of many images present bespoke mahogany stairs resulting in a tiny mattress space – the place lodgers should crawl into the tight area.
A sq. has been reduce out of a picket body above the mattress space – which means the lone renter would be capable of peek over into the small bathe and bathroom space behind.
An electrical radiator sits on the uncovered brick wall alongside a standard sized window which sits simply inches from the ground.
Within the ‘kitchen space’ a fridge freezer and tenting range above is proven subsequent to a sink.
There doesn’t look like any area for a wardrobe or a lot storage within the cosy area.
The owner has simply listed the miniscule condo on SpareRoom and can also be asking for a £1,000 deposit.
The itemizing reads: “A small condo, appropriate for one one who doesn’t want an excessive amount of room for storage.
“The room has every part one individual wants in small doses.”
There isn’t any disabled entry, no parking accessible or backyard with the property and potential renters may also must pay for payments too.
Home-browsers have taken to social media to specific their shock on the dear room.
One mentioned: “Christ alive, that’s greater than my hire, I dwell in a four-bed terrace within the Midlands and I feel it’s ‘a bit dear’.”
One other wrote: “You must report this itemizing, the brick wall is single skinned which is classed as an inhabitable room.”
A 3rd commented: “Inform me a rental is from London with out telling me it’s from London.”
A fourth added: “£900 a month? That’s greater than my mortgage. Somebody is severely cashing in. That is appalling.”
Whereas one individual mentioned: “How miserable.”
The common in London now stands at a whopping £1,846 monthly, a rise of 14.9% in comparison with final yr.