A TINY one-bedroom home on the market in London has caught the eyes of house-hunters – because it looks just like a shed.
The dinky property is described as “bright and contemporary” and could be yours for a relative bargain in the capital, but be warned, it’s just 323 square feet.
A one-bedroom home on the market for £430,000 looks just like a shed[/caption]
But the inside offers a stylish open-plan design[/caption]
While the interior might be stylishly finished, the exterior tells an entirely different story.
Grey vertical panels make up the structure, coming to a point in the centre – much like a back garden shed.
The front door also features the same decked look, with just two slim windows to let light in.
Thankfully, once inside there is much more on offer.
Every inch of the home has been utilised, with long shelving, built-in storage and a bed that fits snugly into the design.
There is also a “modern” open-plan kitchen and “stylish” shower room, as well as a private entrance.
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The tiddly pad could be yours for £429,950 – significantly lower than the London average of £548,153 for a flat and £766,678 for a terraced house.
It’s on the market with estate agent Foxtons in Hackney, and its Zoopla listing describes it as “presented in excellent condition throughout”.
It adds: “An amazing one-bedroom flat boasting bright and contemporary accommodation throughout and a quiet location moments from Victoria Park.
“The property is situated moments from a range of shops and amenities that can be found at the Victoria Park Village while the green expanses of Victoria Park are only a short distance away.”
The bed fits snugly into the property’s design[/caption]
The downstairs is bright and modern[/caption]
The tiny house is on the market for £430,000 with Foxtons Hackey[/caption]
It sits on the corner of East London’s Victoria Park[/caption]