A flat in a wealthy London area is on the market for more than £1,000 a month – and it is so small the bed almost touches the kitchen.
It is so small you could potentially cook your dinner from the bed, if you felt like it.
A letting agent is asking for £1,083 a month (£250 a week) for the one-bed studio flat in Earl’s Court.
The average property in Earl’s Court costs £1.15 million, and the average rent in the area is £702 a week, according to estate agents Foxtons.
The flat is also situated in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London’s most expensive borough.
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Letting agent Interlet is advertising the furnished flat, which includes a living-work-sleeping-kitchen space and bathroom.
The unusual property on West Cromwell Road also has access to a shared garden and comes with a double bed, wardrobe, desk and kitchen appliances.
An advert for the property on Rightmove says most bills and WiFi are included in the fee.
It also says the flat is within walking distance to Kensington, South Kensington and Holland Park and five minutes from Earl’s Court underground station.
The advert does not include a floor plan of the property.
Interlet was contacted for comment.