A 10 meter-squared property with just one bedroom has gone on the market for almost a quarter of a million pounds.
The property, located in the highly sought after borough of Kensington and Chelsea, was first reported by the Mirror.
It goes to show the extent to what people will do or pay to get their hands on a prime central London postcode.
Developers Hogarth Architects described the Earls Court-based property as “quirky” and “one of the must function and stylish apartments in central London”.
“Hogarth Architects have created a small but perfectly formed studio apartment to the rear of the second floor of this attractive Georgian building. Planned to utilize every inch of space and creating what must be one of the most functional and stylish apartments in central London,” the developer says.
“Although compact the space has been separated remarkably well, complete with an entrance hallway with a practical fitted kitchen space, a neat shower room and a sliding pocket door that opens up the studio room.”
The “former maid’s storage” is listed on Rightmove for £225,000.
According to the Mirror, a similar property – albeit sizeable ‘larger’ at 30 square-meters – recently sold for £300,000.
The most expensive boroughs by square-meter
Kensington and Chelsea – £11,321 per square-meter
Westminster – £10,552 per square-meter
Camden – £9,012 per square-meter
Hammersmith and Fulham – £8,635 per square-meter
Islington – £7,964 per square-meter
Wandsworth – £6,959 per square-meter
Hackney – £6,860 per square-meter
Southwark – £6,484 per square-meter
Richmond upon Thames – £6,446 per square-meter
Tower Hamlets – £6,432 per square-meter
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