Because anything else won’t fit (Picture: Jam Press/OpenRent)
Looking for a rental opportunity in the capital? Do you think traditional, rectangular beds are a passé snooze-fest?
Well, this fourth-floor walk-up could be the apartment for you.
This studio flat in Farringdon, which is on the market for £1,300, is triangular and too small to fit a full-sized bed and a sofa inside.
It has a combined lounge, sleeping, and kitchen area with photos showing a small triangle-shaped bed nestled into the only free and very pointy corner of the room.
Situated in a converted former warehouse, thankfully it comes furnished.
You might be spending over a grand a month to cook in the same room you sleep in, but at least you won’t have to source your own three-pointed bed.
Based on the floor plan, the interestingly-angled mattress seems to be laid on top of a cupboard.
Built-in storage too – sweet! (Picture: Jam Press/OpenRent)
The kitchen area (Picture: Jam Press/OpenRent)
And it’s available immediately, you lucky thing.
Prospective tenants need to put down a £1,500 deposit, and no pets are allowed.
It’s being let by OpenRent. The listing reads: ‘Very light studio flat in a super convenient location.
‘Top floor of this very popular warehouse conversion. Please note this flat is a walk-up four floors.
The floor plan (Picture: Jam Press/OpenRent)
Fancy it? (Picture: Jam Press/OpenRent)
‘The building is adjacent to Farringdon station, therefore the railway runs directly behind the building.
‘Electric heating, washer dryer, compact kitchen, double-glazed, wood floor, new bathroom
‘Available immediately. Property is offered furnished. Viewing highly recommended.’
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