A studio flat located in Akenside Hill, Newcastle upon Tyne could be yours for just £230,000, however, it comes with a bizarre feature.
The studio flat is inside a period building with lift access and has views of the Tyne Bridge.
The property has an open-plan kitchen and living area as well as a separate bathroom and entrance hall.
However, the most unusual aspect of the property is the bedroom area which has a “suspended bed” in the kitchen/dining area.
According to the advert on Rightmove, the “bedroom” area includes a “bespoke bed suspended from the ceiling”.
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The bed is suspended from the ceiling inside a blue fabric pod with a double mattress inside.
The pod is wooden inside and appears to have perspex glass doors at the entrance.
The “bedroom area” also includes built-in wardrobes, and a storage cupboard which houses a gas boiler and a radiator.
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The kitchen area has integrated appliances including an electric oven and gas hob with stainless steel extractor canopy above, a built-in washing machine and space for a fridge/freezer.
The living area is slightly elevated up two steps and has storage underneath as well as secondary glazed windows.
The bathroom has a shower, wash basin, tiled walls and tiled flooring.
The apartment has been decorated in an industrial style with exposed brick walls and bare wood floorboards.
The home is well-situated with access to plenty of local amenities, bars, restaurants and transport links.
The property has been marketed by Living Spaces in Newcastle upon Tyne and has approximately 100 years left on the lease.
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