Underground flat in London available for £2,000 per month but it has NO WINDOWS

A CENTRAL London flat has gone on the market for a whopping £2,000 a month – but the property is missing a key feature.

The unfurnished property, described as "stunning" by agents, doesn't have any WINDOWS.



So while the block sits in near a lovely park just minutes from Tower Bridge, the new tenant won't have much of a chance to enjoy the views – as the underground apartment offers just tiny glimpses of natural light.

In one of the bedrooms, a small aperture offers a peek out at street level.

The flat, which covers 1,010 square feet, has been newly-refurbished, with glossy white floors and curving painted brick walls.

It boasts two bedrooms – although there are no doors separating either of the rooms, meaning the occupier might want to live with a close friend rather than a stranger.

Tall applicants may also wish to reconsider, as the stooped archways offer plenty of opportunities for a painful bang to the head.

However, agents say the remodelled flat offers plenty of space.

The kitchen has been fitted with a new hob, while LED strip lighting has been installed around the property.



Agents for Foxtons say: "Set in the delightful St. Johns Churchyard park, this exceptional two-bedroom basement flat boasts a separate entrance and stunning interiors.

"A completely unique and creative space to live and work."

It comes after a studio flat with a washing machine, kitchen and toilet UNDER the bed went on the market for £754 a month.

Agents for the north London apartment boast of a 'mezzanine sleeping area' – leading incredulous Twitter users to find the funny side.

Earlier this summer, a tiny studio flat with a shower and sink next to the bed went on sale for £200,000.

The property – in Notting Hill, London – has little more than a single bed, a hob and a shower inside.

Elsewhere in London, a property narrower than a bus went on sale in July for a whopping £700,000.

The home in East Dulwich, which measures just 8ft 1in across, was converted from a derelict workshop.

Another pricey – but tiny – flat has drawn lots of attention from viewers.

The property may not look like much for £795 a month – but it boasts incredibly views over Shenley Cricket Centre in Hertfordshire.

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