Tiny London flat just 2.5m wide is extortionate at £1,050-a-month… and it's missing a key feature | The Sun

A TINY studio flat in north London has been listed for rent at £1,050 per month – and it’s missing one very key feature

The room is located on Green Lanes, opposite Finsbury Park in North London, and has been described as an “excellent park view double studio flat”.




In photos, the room appears to be just over 2.5m wide, with a double bed pushed against the wall to allow just enough space for the front door to open.

At the foot of the bed – so close that the bed is almost a part of it – is the kitchen, with cupboards, a sink, fridge, oven and electric hob.

Obstructing the oven door is the door to the bathroom, which contains a small shower, toilet and sink.

The room also contains a single chair on which to enjoy your dinner – with no table – a window, TV, fitted wardrobe and full-length mirror.

You might be opposite the park but there is no garden or parking provided.

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The room is located on the second floor of a “lovely character building”.

At £1,050 per month, the studio is advertised as “excellent value for money” despite costing almost £300 more than the north London average of £751 pcm, according to rental website SpareRoom.

Meanwhile, the property is almost double the national average monthly rental cost of £595 pcm.

Thankfully, however, all bills and council tax are included in the price.

The room is available for individuals, including students.

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The listing warns: “This property is a MUST SEE that will rent very quickly.”

It is currently listed with OpenRent and is available to rent immediately.

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