Fancy central London flat could be yours for just £175,000 – but there's a tiny catch

Fancy central London flat could be yours for just £175,000 – but there's a tiny catch


A FLAT in one of London's most exclusive postcodes is going for an incredibly low price at auction – but appears to be missing a toilet.

The tiny Knightsbridge pad is a stone's throw from the iconic Harrod's department store and has an auction guide price of just £175,000.

But the very reasonable price for the central location appears to be justified by its tiny size – and seemingly no toilet inside the property.

The single room flat on Brompton Road has just 8.1 square metres in size, according to the floor plan.

But possibly the most glaring reason for the low guide price is its apparent lack of a bathroom.


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The auction listing, posted by Knight Frank auctions, describes the ninth-floor flat as "a 'blank canvas' in shell condition".

It adds that it "can easily be fitted out to the purchasers taste".

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It comes after The Sun revealed in February a flat on sale in the capital was up for auction at £50,000.

The tiny property was smaller than the average parking space with space for a microwave – that could only fit under the bed. 

The 75-square foot studio in trendy Clapton, east London, was in a converted Victorian terrace. 

And last month a two-bed maisonette in the capital was on sale for £120,000.  

The property in Haringey, north London, had a dirty secret and was covered in muck, rubbish and clutter. 

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