London flat mocked for £1,150 rent, with bathroom in the middle of the living room

The £1,150 rental price of a studio in the leafy suburb of Wimbledon has been slammed on social media as the bathroom sits in the middle of the living room

A Wimbledon flat with a bathroom in the living room is on offer for rent from £1,150
A Wimbledon flat with a bathroom in the living room is on offer for rent from £1,150

An apartment has been rented out for £1,150 a month, but those who choose to do so would have to be prepared to take a bath in the living room.

The Wimbledon pad has been criticized on social media for not offering even basic bathroom privacy, and yet it’s still a hefty price tag for a prospective renter.

Space is at a premium in the studio as the bed is also just a step away from the kitchen area and there is a TV on the wall.

But the most bizarre feature of the apartment is that the bathroom is next to the back door, which leads to a small outdoor terrace.

The studio’s advertisement states that it was designed to “maximize the space available”.

The one-bedroom apartment drew criticism on social media


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While the bathroom has been claimed to be tucked away, this appears to be thanks only to a shower curtain.

At the same time, however, bills are included and the rent is £1,150 a month in an extremely expensive area.

And the landlord said the studio could be rented by a tennis fan who wanted to watch the Wimbledon tournament.

It sparked a backlash on social media at the cost of livelihoods.

One person tweeted: “The cost of living in London is so disgusting you’ll pay £1,150 a month to rent a bathroom in a bed/kitchen as advertised on Rightmove today.

The landlord said it could be a good option for someone watching tennis at Wimbledon


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“Living in a decent home is an essential and fundamental basic human right.

“It shouldn’t be a privileged novelty.”

CHK Mountford is leasing the property advertised on Rightmove.

The property listing states: ‘This self contained Pied a Terre is situated on the ground floor of a beautiful detached private residence in the heart of Wimbledon Village.

“The property has been immaculately renovated to a very high standard and has been cleverly designed to maximize the space available.

Those who took a bath had to do so in the living room through the back door


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“At the front of the property is a small private patio. The room is fully furnished and there is a small kitchenette with a sink, microwave and fridge.

“There is a separate toilet and bath, cleverly designed to be completely invisible when required, and ample storage/wardrobe space.

“One car parking space is available and is located behind the property’s private gates which provide a fully secure parking space.

“This property would be ideal for a working professional looking for a weekday base and who is looking for something that is centrally located and finished to a high standard.

People on social media have complained about the cost of living in London


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“All bills are included in the monthly rental. Available short or long term, please note that for short term rentals charges are on a weekly basis.

“And at a higher rental rate than a long term rental – please contact the office directly to verify the weekly rental.

“The property is available for hire during the Wimbledon tennis event and is the perfect base for those wanting to be close to the site with the added bonus of secure parking.”

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