It looks comfortable.
The mattress is conveniently located right next to the stove, so you don't actually have to get up if you want to make breakfast in bed.
The wardrobes are also within a very close distance, and if you can take on the challenge of hosting the smallest dinner party in the world, there is a table between them.
This Islington studio apartment ad says the rent of £ 737 per month, although it is too small and the bed blocks the door of the cabinet under the sink.
It went viral on the Internet, as an example of the London real estate market, where the average rent is 1,348 per month, where the local demand is in short supply, and those who desperately need their own rooms are paying higher and higher rents, squeeze into the studio, where there is little room for the proverbial moggy to swing.
The Royal Institute of Architects found that the average
London's bedroom apartment is now as big as a subway car.
It's about 17 metres long. come in on the 2 Th. 6m wide and 2.
8 m high, within the scope of the current regulations.
The offer was made on the apartment for less than 16 hours, but the Islington Commission intervened and removed the apartment from the market after the inspector ruled that it was too small to meet legal requirements.
Dimensions are not listed (
Although it does have laminate floors)
However, the regulations stipulate that a person's accommodation must have a floor space of at least 19 square meters.
James Murray, member of Islington, who is in charge of housing, said places like this are common in his autonomous city, small and not beautiful.
"The problem is that people are squeezed by high private rents and a lack of affordable housing, so you get landlords who can exploit people.
Jamie Lester, head of real estate agent Haus Properties, said there are a lot of studio apartments in London.
"Their main appeal is either to provide first
Admission time for buyers-
Sell the property to the market or offer pied-à-terre.
If you are willing to buy a studio and buy it centrally, it will be as good as a rental.
They were never a prestigious or nice rental, and there was nothing glamorous about the studio, but they had a high occupancy rate.
They often come and go fast.
Lester saw a lot of savvy landlords turn the studio into
Bedroom apartment for more rent.
"It's smart to buy a studio and find a space that separates the kitchen from a broken wall.
Standard newspaper reporter at Mira Bar
Hillel also noted an increase in this compact lifestyle.
"This is the direct consequence of a housing shortage," she said . ".
"No matter how nominal, people are eager to have a place of their own.
The studio's goal is for those who are tired of sharing but can't afford the current rent, not to mention getting on the housing ladder.
The landlord felt that there was no need to defend anything: it was a seller market. ”Bar-
Hillel suspects that many of these units have been divided
Separate from the larger apartment, which may in many cases be without planning permission.
"Local councils cannot know where this is happening, let alone enforce their rules for landlords who know how to play with this system and evade the law.
When the Mayor of London published the London design guide last year, he emphasized the space problem of the city and stipulated two-
Private property is 23 square meters, 2.
5 m between floor and ceiling.
He said in the letter: "There are too many people in our new housing who have sacrificed the space of the number of units.
London's new house is the smallest in Western Europe, which is unforgivable.
"We went to find our own house and found 4,301 London Studios on Zoopla.
For £ 563 per month, you can rent a studio with a single bed in Hammersmith.
Available immediately, but sharing is not allowed.
At toll road Lane, real estate agent FabHomes offers an "open kitchen/room" that is used innovativelylevel bed.
607 per month is yours.
One studio in Lancaster Gate has more space.
You actually have to get up and walk from the bed to the microwave, but the price for it is-£1,257 a month.
The above is London's most compact baby crib competitor.