Landlord is blasted for £725-a-month ‘studio flat’ with a single mattress blocking the wardrobe, no work surfaces to organize meals and no blinds on window overlooking communal backyard
- Joel Golby blasted ‘the saddest spare room’ marketed for £725 on Gumtree
- Claims the Dulwich property is proof landlords do no matter they need
- Tenancy for single individual, lease consists of payments and entry to a communal backyard
An writer who has an eagle-eye for recognizing the worst properties listed for lease within the Capital has accused a landlord in Dulwich of providing the ‘saddest spare room’ of all time.
A picture of the area exhibits a single mattress positioned in entrance of a wardrobe in order that it blocks the doorways, begging the query of how a tenant would dangle up their garments.
Much more of a thriller is how you’ll handle to prepare dinner, with none work area to organize meals earlier than heating it within the microwave mounted to the wall or within the mini oven with two sizzling plates on high.
A landlord in London has been accused of providing the ‘saddest spare room’ of all time, after itemizing a studio flat in Dulwich for £725
Warning off potential renters, Joel stated: ‘Take into consideration this, earlier than you ever lease a spot: is that this room worse than each spare room you’ve ever stayed in? If the reply is “sure”, don’t lease it,’ he continued.
The studio flat in Dulwich, on provide for £725, is inclusive of all payments and has entry to a communal backyard.
Marketed as for a single individual solely, the property is accessible to lease instantly with one month deposit and one month lease upfront.
Pictures reveal the tenant is anticipated to prepare dinner meals with out a chopping space or full kitchen home equipment
Pictures present a single mattress positioned terribly near a radiator and likewise blocking entry to the wardrobe.
Facilities have been positioned strategically to maximise area with a microwave positioned on the wall above a mini fridge.
Within the absence of a kitchen, the property has no cabinets, a kitchen sink or worktops to cut elements – nonetheless it has a mini oven for cooking primary dishes.
Photographs of the residing area additionally exhibits there is not any area for a bedside desk and the tenant should depend on the ceiling gentle to brighten up the room due to the small measurement of the window, which additionally has no curtains or blinds for privateness.
A snap of the toilet exhibits no mirror on the wall or lavatory cupboards for storage, whereas the small sink is positioned immediately subsequent to the bathe
The tenant has entry to a communal backyard, which is absent of crops or a seating space for socialising
In the meantime, a primary glimpse of the toilet exhibits clear partitions with a contemporary marble sample.
However with no mirror and a tiny sink positioned immediately subsequent to the bathe, it is evident the area is extraordinarily small with solely fundamentals offered.
A photograph of the communal backyard is equally disappointing for the £725 monthly asking payment, because it exhibits a comparatively uncared for area, with no crops or seats for socialising.
The one mattress within the studio flat has been positioned dangerously near the radiator and blocks entry to the wardrobe