Getting onto the property ladder seems like an almost impossible task these days, especially in London. But look at this bargain…
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For just £75,000 this ‘open plan flat’ could be yours.
The ad for this property in the overpriced area of Clapton boast a ‘wet room’, which can’t be seen in the photograph – but I have a strong feeling they’re confusing ‘wet room’ with ‘a sink’.
I mean, just look at it…
Even compared to student halls – it’s shit.
It’s got a built in kitchen, or ‘microwave’ as you and I call it. The claustrophobic room really isn’t very appealing for the price tag.
Here’s the full Zoopla ad:
Your eyes are not deceiving you… The least expensive flat in London.
This is an exceptionally rare opportunity for a 1st time buyer, landlord or commuter seeking a bolt hole to purchase a property in a desirable part of London for the same price as a high-end family car.
Situated on the 1st floor of a handsome period building, this well presented studio flat provides bright accommodation that includes a sleeping area with compact kitchenette (mini fridge & microwave included) plus a separate wet room with shower & W.C.
The property has been freshly decorated and benefits from a newly installed period sash window.
Saratoga Road is located close to the open green-spaces of Millfields Park and popular Chatsworth Road offering an array of cafes, bars and restaurants as well as transport links giving easy access to the City and West End.
Very Long Leasehold — 996 years approx
Service Charge — £250 per annum
Ground Rent — £1 per annum
In an area where the average house price is half a million, it’s definitely very cheap. But for a reason. To be fair, however, there are definitely worse flat listings.