Fulham flat goes on the market for just £800 a month but the ‘bedroom’ is a bit of a squeeze

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Fulham flat goes on the market for just £800 a month but the ‘bedroom’ is a bit of a squeeze

A FLAT in a “trendy” London postcode has gone on the market for £800 a month – but only very petite flat-hunters should apply.

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A FLAT in a “trendy” London postcode has gone on the market for £800 a month – but only very petite flat-hunters should apply.

The Fulham studio has a tiny kitchenette, as well as its own bathroom, features all renters on a budget will know don’t necessarily come as standard.

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A flat in ‘trendy’ Fulham has gone on the market for £800 a month – but only the petite need apply[/caption]

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Those without a head for heights may also want to skip a viewing, as the mattress can only be reached by scaling a sheer ladder[/caption]

But tall people – and those with vertigo – may want to skip a viewing altogether.

That’s because the bedroom is built in a tiny nook close to the ceiling.

And the alarming sleeping arrangement means the occupant must scale a sheer ladder to get some shut-eye.

A trip and a fall on the way to the bathroom would bruise more than just the resident’s ego.

Photos from the property show a steep plunge to the floor of the living space.

However, diminutive property seekers with a head for heights will find the apartment has plenty to recommend it.

The rent is comparatively low, with the average monthly cost of a property in SW6 reaching £2,436.

HEAD FOR HEIGHTS

It also includes all bills except for electricity.

Fulham Broadway Tube station is just a short walk from the front door, while Chelsea’s home ground Stamford Bridge lies within minutes.

And there’s plenty to do nearby, with bars, restaurants, gyms and shops all on the doorstep.

Agents North Kensington Property Consultants say the “self-contained” studio is in a “trendy and popular” area.

Only one person can live in the little home, and they must sign up for at least a year.

London is well-known for being particularly challenging for those on a budget.

A tiny bedsit in famous Notting Hill is on the market for just £600-a-month, but it’s missing an important feature.

SINGLES ONLY

The “great value” property comes without a toilet.

The same issue faces the tenant who moves into a “cute” flat in posh Kensington.

The property is is available for just £400 a month – and while it has a shower next to the bed, there’s no WC.

And a swanky apartment in Marylebone is on the market for £2,000 a month – even though it doesn’t have a bed.

Instead, the property simply features a tiny sofa barely big enough for one person to put their feet up.

It’s unlikely the sofa turns into a bed – because the space is too narrow for a mattress to comfortably fit.

Another flat in posh Richmond also comes without a bed – even though it costs a whopping £350,000.


Those with more cash to splash have a much better time of it.

A family home on the market for a little under £1million has seven bedrooms.

Despite the room, unfortunate guests could find themselves camping out on a single bed in a bathroom.

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The little studio stands close to Stamford Bridge[/caption]

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But it doesn’t offer much in the way of space[/caption]



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