A British real estate listing turned heads after revealing the odd placement of a bed in a studio apartment.
On August 27, a Twitter user with the handle unfortunatalie shared a screenshot of the listing as it appeared on property website OnTheMarket before the post was taken down. A photo of the studio shows the bed positioned atop a stairwell and shelves fixed to the ceiling. Along with the image is a description that calls the apartment “a spacious and well converted top floor studio flat with South Facing double glazed windows.”
“[M]OvE tO tHe sOuTh tHe PoSsiBiLiTiEs aRe eNdLeSs,” the user sarcastically tweeted.
mOvE tO tHe sOuTh tHe PoSsiBiLiTiEs aRe eNdLeSs pic.twitter.com/TU6wiag1Ie— Nat (@unfortunatalie) August 27, 2020
The residence, which is located on Pavilion Road in Worthing, was apparently listed for 125,000 pounds (which comes out to just over $167,000). Twitter users, however, were unamused.
“That bed is just terrifying,” one person tweeted.
“The place looks like a dump!” a second wrote.
Others shared similar horror listings. One user, for example, shared a photo of an apartment in which a bathtub — not a bed —was placed over a set of stairs.
This came up in a flat search for us a few years ago. That bathtub is over the stairs. pic.twitter.com/80jMneQ9WG— ClaireSam (@london_lorelei) August 28, 2020
Another shared listing photos of an outhouse in a person’s backyard.
I came across this beauty when I was searching… an outhouse in someone's back garden for £900 pcm. pic.twitter.com/yPNZEjznFd— Jaye Kearney (@kearneyjaye) August 28, 2020
All of that being said, count us among the many who aren’t impressed with several of the places the United Kingdom has to offer.
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