If you’re splashing out £599,950 for a house, you would hope it would get you a pretty fancy property with lots of space and some fun features.
But not if you’re house hunting in Marylebone.
This tiny studio flat has gone on the market for the same price as 20 family homes in Britain’s most affordable town.
The one-bed has no space for a lounge or dining area, and the double bed is in the kitchen.
The bedroom and kitchenette form the main room which is just 4.8m by 4.1m wide.
But it means the buyer of the property – more than half a million pounds – can just roll out of bed for breakfast or a midnight snack.
The bed is just a metre from the hob, microwave and sink. There are two skinny wardrobes at either ends of the bed to offer some storage.
The property listing states this arrangement is an “open living/kitchen sleeping area.”
It does boast a separate bathroom and is a block of apartments with a round-the-clock porter on the door.
Mortgage repayments on the studio flat in Marylebone, central London are estimated to be a whopping £2,505 per month.