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Tiny wee London flat thread.

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Pipbin Wed 08-Jun-16 21:42:38

I love looking at tiny London flats. Some are dream flats, some are 'how much'.
How much?
Tiny flat
More space outside than inside
Don't fancy sleeping in the conservatory.
Another tiny wee flat

Pipbin Wed 08-Jun-16 21:55:41

Compact and bijou

Pipbin Wed 08-Jun-16 21:58:06

Interesting colour for the stairs

Pipbin Wed 08-Jun-16 22:02:08

Lots of garden space

camcam1 Wed 08-Jun-16 22:02:14

Love looking at little London flats too. Especially love the ones that look like c*ap outside, but owners have put so much effort into the interiors

Floggingmolly Wed 08-Jun-16 22:02:16

I wouldn't fancy falling out of bed in that third one shock. Shouldn't the bedshelf room have some sort of balustrade round it?

Pipbin Wed 08-Jun-16 22:06:14

Very very tiny wee

DesolateWaist Wed 08-Jun-16 22:07:49

It's got a glass barrier I think Flogging

Pipbin Wed 08-Jun-16 22:10:20

I don't think you could photograph this from any more angles

tribpot Wed 08-Jun-16 22:10:41

Oh good, I love the tiny flats threads. I dream of living in a minimalist, bijou space but quite clearly these people have all had to move every single possession they can out to someone else's house for the photos. Plus in my mind I would be living in a fabulous mews house with incredible soundproofing - I cannot stand hearing other people's noise.

The one with the bed in the conservatory is just odd. Even with blinds drawn I would just assume a serial killer was going to break in every night. I like the one with the floating bed platform, what could possibly go wrong?

Floggingmolly Wed 08-Jun-16 22:11:29

Oh, so it has

tribpot Wed 08-Jun-16 22:12:28

The Beckton one is making me hyperventilate it's so claustrophobic.

Pipbin Wed 08-Jun-16 22:13:46

Smallest cheapest flat in London

Queenbean Wed 08-Jun-16 22:14:26

I love these. I actually quite like the Balham one with the mezzanine bedroom. But for £525k in zone 3?! Madness

tribpot Wed 08-Jun-16 22:17:15

God that last one is tragic - with its compact kitchenette and 'wet room' which are mysteriously unphotographed. In Hackney! Does no-one sleep rough under Waterloo Bridge these days? You'd have more space.

BluePitchFork Wed 08-Jun-16 22:20:58

where would you leave your second pair of shoes stuff in those places?
there is a new development near me where even the big sales billboards look titchy!

wonkylegs Wed 08-Jun-16 22:29:42

That first one is the same size as our living room yet costs as much as our whole house 😳

whois Wed 08-Jun-16 22:34:40

I like the mezzanine one, if you were a single person with dogs or something. But for £500k+ you could get something so much more in other parts of london in zone 2 or zone 3.

I'd take a Mile End ex local 2 bed with separate kitchen and sitting room for 450 over any of those.

Queenbean Wed 08-Jun-16 22:44:05


The mezzanine one is in zone 3!!!

whois Wed 08-Jun-16 23:04:31

Yup, I maybe didn't phrase it well. I think that's crazy for zone 3!

Pipbin Thu 09-Jun-16 22:52:17

London's most vibrant communities? Does that mean a good range of drugs?

Pipbin Thu 09-Jun-16 22:54:55

Is this price right?

Queenbean Thu 09-Jun-16 22:58:47

£1m for that studio??!! What????

Pipbin Thu 09-Jun-16 22:59:58

I actually like this one

BendydickCuminsnatch Thu 09-Jun-16 23:01:02

OMG the 'Interesting colour for the stairs' one has a perfect prep machine in the kitchen.... I honestly got all anxious and claustrophobic thinking of living in a tiny cupboard studio flat with a baby!!

I just don't understand why you'd buy something that small for that much money, unless maybe you live outside of London but need somewhere to stay for work or something. The value for money is so shit. We bought a flat in London but waaaaaaaaaay better value than that, it is do-able so I don't get why you'd chose something so small and expensive.

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