As studio flats in London go, this one might not seem so bad.
For one, it actually has a kitchen and a bathroom, and the bed isn’t right by the toilet.
But for £950 a month, you’d be paying to live in what’s essentially someone’s loft – look at those sloped ceilings and try to block out the idea that you’re up in an attic.
As a result of those low, sloped ceilings, we’d say this flat probably isn’t best suited for very tall people.
You’re also unlikely to be able to sit up in the bed. So if you’re the type to have nightmares and bolt upright, be warned: you will smack your head on the ceiling.
The studio flat, which sits within a shared house, is on Carr Street in east London, a 15-minute walk to Mile End station with access to the District and Circle lines.
It’s described on OpenRent as ‘very beautiful’, with the listing pointing to the ‘great area with friendly neighbours’.
The room appears to be accessed by a ladder that pops up between the kitchen and bedroom area – we’d suggest being very, very careful when coming home drunk and stumbling to your bed.
There is, as we mentioned, a kitchen, complete with an under-counter fridge and freezer, a four-ring hob, a sink, an oven, and even a coffee machine.
There are also a couple of dining chairs stashed under the counter, which you could use as your table.
There’s no real lounge space in the room, but you might be able to bargain with your housemates to let you escape your loft and hang out downstairs.
Alternatively, you could lie flat on your bed, staring at the ceiling. Fun!
There is a ceiling window, so you could look out of that, too.
The bathroom looks decent, with a shower and a toilet. There’s even a proper door, so you don’t have to look directly at your kitchen while you’re on the loo.
If you fancy renting this place, you can find out more through the OpenRent listing.
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