Renters stunned as tiny London flat with shower in kitchen costs £1,000 a month

A tiny London flat with a shower in the kitchen has stunned renters who joked that it goes against human rights.

The one-bed property in trendy Stoke Newington, north east London, has been mocked after it emerged on the market with kitchen complete with extra shower unit.

Social media users have been gobsmacked by the layout of the pricey pad with one suggesting it was a renovation job that went very wrong.

Bizarrely, the flat does have a separate bathroom with another shower head, The Sun reports.

But the shower cubicle has been installed in a different room next to a microwave, fridge and sink.

Twitter users have mocked the letting agents who advertised the flat as having a “shower room”.

One person said: “My theory: The landlord was trying to convert a tiny s***hole into two tiny s***holes and realised way too late in the process that he’d contravened multiple human rights laws and several laws of basic geometry.”

Another person wrote: "You should never be able to see your fridge and microwave while you shower."

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The tiny flat has been put up with a monthly rental price of £1,200 – but that has since been chopped to £1,000.

Wannabe chefs may have to look elsewhere as the flat lacks an oven, with a microwave instead installed on top of a chest of drawers.

But the one bed, two bathroom pad does come furnished with a sofa wedged against a radiator in the living-come-kitchen-come-shower area.

The “spacious” flat comes complete with a kitchen table and a fridge-freezer unit.

It also boasts double glazing, along with double shower, and wood floors.

The listing, on Zoopla, reads: “Property located on the top floor and comprises of the large master bedroom, fully fitted bathroom, shower room, spacious open plan kitchen. The property comes furnished and it's available now.”

So far more than 1,570 potential renters have taken a look at the flat – which would cost £231 a week.

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