London room goes on the market for £700 a month - but there's a catch

London room goes on the market for £700 a month - but there's a catch

10/27/2021 2:30:00 PM

London room goes on the market for £700 a month - but there's a catch

A DOUBLE room in a trendy London postcode has gone on the market for £700 a month – but there’s a big catch. At first glance, the bedroom in Finsbury, in the capital’s north, look…

"You will be sharing with around 20 other people and three lovely cats."The house can be very quiet and chilled out, much more so than you would ever expect for a house comprising of 20-plus people."Housemates have installed a number of fridges, while there are three showers available.

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The rent includes all bills - as well as toilet paper.And couples are welcome, although they must pay another £150 a month."The ideal candidate would be someone who could fit in well - an open-minded and laid-back person who likes to socialise and engage with a small community but does not depend upon it," the ad says.

'IT'S CHILLED OUT'"We want someone who will really get involved with the community here and not treat the space like a hostel or keep themselves to themselves."This space is our home."Many of us have lived here for a long time so it's important that the new housemate comes with the right energy." headtopics.com

The capital is well-known for its weird and wonderful housing options.And while the situation is much worse for those on a budget,even those with more cash can face some bizarre choices.One tiny studio on the market in swanky Bayswater is on the market for £250,000 - with no bed.

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barely big enough to allow a resident to put their feet up comfortably.

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