London home could be yours for £950-a-month… but it will be tough to get into bed | The Sun

London home could be yours for £950-a-month… but it will be tough to get into bed | The Sun

THIS prime-location London property has hit the market for an eye-watering £950 per month – but tenants will barely be able to sit up in bed.

The small studio is available as part of a shared house, but at least residents will have their own private kitchen.

Situated within the popular central area of London, this "unique" studio loft comes with a pristine interior.

Despite being a shared residence, the flat still boasts one bedroom and one bathroom, alongside a fully-equipped lounge and kitchen area – all completely private.

The miniature property still packs a punch, with wooden-patterned walls and multiple skylight windows to allow natural light to shine through.

As you walk up the stairs, you are greeted with a small kitchenette area that comes complete with a microwave, fridge, oven and a coffee machine.

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Down the hall, the comfy and unique bedroom awaits.

Unlike most studios, a private wall blocks you off from the rest of the property – giving a new depth of privacy.

In the bathroom, a pristine white walk-in shower encapsulates the room – perfect for relaxing after a busy day working in the heart of the capital.

Just a stone's throw away from the nearest supermarket and a short walk from the River Thames, you'll never run out of activities to occupy your day.

Perfect for a student or a single professional, the property is being listed for £950 per month, including bills and taxes, on OpenRent.

At that price, it will feel like a steal compared to London's most expensive studio – which has hit the market for an eye-watering amount.

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