A TINY studio in London has been put on the market at an exorbitant price.
The Linden Gardens property, Notting Hill, was made available for rent three months ago on property site Rightmove.
And the tiny abode won’t come cheap, costing all budding tenants £2,578 a month.
Photos online show the apartment, described as a “stunning luxury studio apartment”, will be impossibly cramped for any potential buyer.
Next to the bed is a small kitchenette which includes a sink, hob and other amenities within easy reach.
And a small table and chairs are tucked away in the corner of the room under a wall-mounted TV.
With little or no storage space, renters may consider pulling out the couch if they can’t fit all their stuff in one cabinet and a few small shelves.
There also doesn’t seem to be room for a washing machine in the already cramped apartment.
With little room to maneuver in the expensive apartment, it’s a good thing the “newly renovated” studio has a clean, modern look.
A stylishly designed en-suite bathroom with a power shower completes the Notting Hill apartment.
Despite its small size, the apartment is fully furnished and all bills are included in the rental price which includes free Wi-Fi.
The apartment also has “full CCTV and electronic entry” for security and peace of mind, ensuring residents feel as safe as possible.
And estate agents Hampstead Apartments have clarified that ‘pets are considered’, meaning you may be able to move in with your four-legged friend.
The Rightmove listing says the studio is “a fully-equipped apartment, ideal for busy professionals who just can’t compromise on quality.”
Hampstead Flats have also included a ‘weekly cleaning’ and ‘welcome package’ in a deal to attract tenants.
The apartment has excellent transport links, right next to the famous Notting Hill Gate and just two minutes walk from Notting Hill Gate station.
Shops and restaurants are also close to the property.
The listing adds: “This is probably one of the best quiet residential roads in the area which is also very close walking distance to Hyde Park, Notting Hill, High Street Kensington and is in a safe and quiet cul-de-sac .”
Meanwhile, a London studio on the market for just £110,000 has a big problem when it comes to bedtime.
And a three-bedroom house that recently came on the market for under £400,000 may leave buyers with their work cut out.