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Flat with washing machine and toilet under the bed goes on market

North London studio flat with a washing machine, kitchenette and toilet under the BED is compared to a ‘prison cell’ as it’s offered for £754 rent a month

  • Camden flat listed on Zoopla for £754 a month despite tiny size and lack of space
  • Kitchenette, sink, and toilet lie under the single cabin bed accessed by a ladder
  • Listing was spotted by Twitter user Korejay who joked ‘This must be some kind of human rights violation’ while others said it looked like a prison cell

A north London studio flat with a washing machine and toilet underneath its cabin bed has shocked Twitter users after going up for rent at a whopping £754 a month.

The flat, which is listed on Zoopla by Miki Property, boasts a kitchenette, shower, toilet, washing machine, sofa and bed all in one cosy room.

The listing was spotted by Twitter user Korejay who joked ‘This must be some kind of human rights violation’, while others compared it to a prison. However, others thought it was a ‘clever use of space.

A north London studio flat with a washing machine and toilet underneath its cabin bed has shocked Twitter users after going up for rent at a whopping £754 a month 

The flat, which is listed on Zoopla by Miki Property, boasts a kitchenette, shower, toilet, washing machine, sofa and bed all in one cosy room. Pictured is the toilet and kitchen under the bed

The listing was spotted by Twitter user Korejay who joked ‘This must be some kind of human rights violation’ while others compared it to a prison, but some thought it was a ‘clever use of space

It’s description reads: ‘Great studio flat, mezzanine sleeping area, moments from Mornington Crescent station, kitchenette, own washing machine, shower and toilet.

‘Lots of transport links, lots of shops, cafes on Camden High Street. Available asap, Furnished.’

Pictures show the studio with a washing machine and kitchenette immediately to the left of the front door.

The kitchenette, which includes a sink and stove, are next to a ladder which leads up to a single bed.

The kitchenette, which includes a sink and stove, are next to a ladder which leads up to a single bed (pictured) while the sofa sits opposite 

Pictured is the view of the room from the bed, with the shower in one corner and a sofa pressed against it. In the opposite corner is a cupboard and chest of drawers

Pictured is the location of the flat, in trendy Camden. The studio is a few minutes walk from Mornington Crescent station and half a mile from Euston

On the other side of the bed is the toilet, which has its own door.

Across the room is a sofa, which leans up against a shower, giving the tenant an all-in-one experience.

Sitting in the remaining corner of the room is a double wardrobe next to a chest of drawers.

Across the room is a sofa, which leans up against a shower, giving the tenant an all-in-one experience. Sitting in the remaining corner of the room is a double wardrobe next to a chest of drawers

The property also appears to have large French windows, leading out to a view of other nearby properties.

The property also appears to have large French windows, leading out to a view of other nearby properties.

The cost of the flat doesn’t include bills, with Zoopla estimating the total monthly running of the flat will be £831.

After pictures of the property were shared on Twitter many shared their dismay at the price of the flat given its small size.

After pictures of the property were shared on Twitter many shared their dismay at the price of the flat given its small size

‘This is the type of thing I would build in Minecraft,’ said one. 

‘Thing is there’s gonna be some idiot who pays it,’ added another.

‘For almost £800? Damn my rent looking nice right about now,’ wrote a third.

‘Some prisons are more accommodating than this… and £754 cheaper,’ a fourth said. 

‘This looks like a Sims flat,’ one Twitter user added.

‘It’s actually quite impressive how you can have a whole house in one room,” joked another.

‘I’m sorry do that say £754? For a jail cell? They need to lower that to £200. And that’s being generous,’ commented another. 

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