Sun. Jan 23rd, 2022

A small home on the market in London has caught the eye because of its remarkable resemblance to a garden shed.

The East London property is currently on the market for £ 429,950 and boasts just one bedroom located above a bathroom and an open kitchen.

Sitting a stone’s throw away from Victoria Park, the apartment has been described as “bright and modern” and comes well below the average price of a property in London (£ 681,427 according to Zoopla), reports MyLondon.

According to Zoopla: “The property is located moments from a number of shops and amenities that can be found in Victoria Park Village, while the green expanses of Victoria Park are only a short distance away.”



Inside tiny £ 430,000 one- and two-bedroom homes in London that look like a garden shed
The inside is far from a garden shed, with a sleek curved design

While some aspiring homeowners may be shocked at the price of the property as it is so small, a look inside can change your mind.

Every empty space in this pint home has been carefully used with stylish shelves, seamless countertops and a bed that fits perfectly into the design of the property.

The areas around Victoria Park are considered to be very desirable for homeowners, with a number of schools nearby (although it can be a push to fit a child into this house) and many independent shops, pubs and restaurants.



Inside tiny £ 430,000 one- and two-bedroom homes in London that look like a garden shed
The interior is designed to make the most of every inch

In fact, in 2020, Victoria Park was voted one of the best places to live in London The times .

The newspaper wrote: “Hackney has long been one of London’s hippest ‘hoods’, but for mainstream buyers, the East London borough is too harsh or too cool for its own good.

“Victoria Park is neither part: it is simply one of the capital’s most wonderful places to live. Much of the credit goes to the park itself, 213 magnificent acres that last year won a Green Flag People’s Choice Award for favorite parks (the only London winner).



Inside tiny £ 430,000 one- and two-bedroom homes in London that look like a garden shed
The bedroom is elevated above the reception and the kitchen downstairs

“It is elegantly laid out in Victorian style – it was laid out by a student of John Nash, with ornate lampposts, wrought iron gates and a Chinese pagoda – and competes with Regent’s Park for beauty.

“A trail follows the Hertford Union Canal, and the Vegetarian Pavilion Cafe overlooks a lake that is home to the oldest model steam.”

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