Tempted to move in here? Tiny ‘two metre wide’ London studio flat with a bed within touching distance of the KITCHEN sink goes on the rental market at £595 a month
A cramped London studio flat which has a bed in the middle of the kitchen nearly blocking cupboards, is charging almost £600 a month with more bills on top.
The property, located on Churchill Road in Willesden, north west London, is advertised as a self-contained studio to let suitable for one person.
In photos of the studio, the room appears to be just over two metres wide, with a single bed pushed against the wall beneath a small window.
At the foot of the bed is the kitchen sink so close that you could pour yourself a glass of water from the comfort of your bed.
However, the tight squeeze means you might struggle to open the cupboards below it.
A studio flat in Willesden is so cramped the bed almost blocks the kitchen cupboards (pictured), the property was listed for £595 a month
The property has an oven, fridge and a bathroom – although the estate agents chose not to upload a photo of it
Amazingly the small studio flat has already been snapped up, the occupant may be able to cook entire meals without having to get from out from under their duvet.
As the fridge, oven and hob are also within touching distance of the bed.
There is storage space located under the bed, and there appears to be room for a chair.
The listing said there is also a bathroom but did not post a picture of it or of the floorplan.
The relatively inexpensive London property doesn’t have a garden or anywhere for the occupant to park.
The rental is listed at £595 per month £71 more than the average UK rental price of £524pcm, according to rental website SpareRoom.
The flat also requires a deposit of £686.53, which, equivalent to five weeks rent, is the maximum legally permitted.
The tiny one-room flat is found in a building on Churchill Road (pictured), near to Dollis Hill and Willesden Green tube Stations
Thankfully, the price includes electricity and water bills, and it also comes furnished.
According to the listing on OpenRent, the property is best suited to one person.
Students, families (of no more than two people) and people on DSS incomes are welcome, should it tempt them.
Despite the tight squeeze, the studio has had its let agreed to as of yesterday (17 May) and is no longer available.