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One-bedroom apartment with bizarre three-quarter bath costs £ 525 rent per month


Big people don't have to apply! One-bedroom apartment with bizarre three-quarter bath costs £ 525 rent per month

  • The unfurnished first floor apartment on Rice Lane in Liverpool is available to rent for £ 525 per month
  • Claims to come with a 3/4 size bathroom that people were hysterical about
  • Many asked if it was a bidet while others said no one would fit

There is a one-bedroom, three-quarter bath property available for rent in Liverpool – and Twitter users are hysterical about its bizarre attribute.

The unfurnished first floor apartment is located in the "exclusive" Vale Lodge on Rice Lane in Liverpool and is available for £ 525 per month.

In addition to a modern kitchen, living room and “lots of storage space”, the ad also highlights the most striking feature of all – a “3/4 bathtub” in your “spacious” bathroom.

The property currently listed on OpenRent.co.uk has a number of photos of the bathroom shared on Twitter by user @_altx from Liverpool.

There's a one-bedroom, three-quarter bath property available for rent in Liverpool (pictured) – and Twitter users are hysterical about its unique property

In addition to a modern kitchen, living room and "lots of storage space", the ad also highlights the most striking feature of all - a "3/4 bathtub".

In addition to a modern kitchen, living room and "lots of storage space", the ad also highlights the most striking feature of all – a "3/4 bathtub".

She gave the post a title: "Why did this apartment literally get half a bath?"

The ad bears the description: “One bedroom newly decorated and renovated, first floor unfurnished apartment in the exclusive gated community of Vale Lodge.

& # 39; Complete with modern kitchen with washing machine and brand new stove / oven, newly fitted bathroom with large walk-in corner shower, 3/4 bathtub, spacious lounge with carpets throughout the building.

& # 39; The apartment has plenty of storage space with a walk-in closet in the hall. The apartment is on the first floor of the coveted Vale Lodge and benefits from secure access, video surveillance, large communal gardens, private parking and visitor parking.

The property currently listed on OpenRent.co.uk has a number of photos of the bathroom shared on Twitter by user @_altx from Liverpool

The property currently listed on OpenRent.co.uk has a number of photos of the bathroom shared on Twitter by user @_altx from Liverpool

The advertisement bears the description: "One bedroom freshly decorated and completely renovated, unfurnished apartment on the first floor in the exclusive residential complex of the Vale Lodge" (picture)

The ad bears the description: "One bedroom freshly decorated and completely renovated, unfurnished apartment on the first floor in the exclusive residential complex of the Vale Lodge" (picture)

Swiss Post is promoting the apartment's "modern kitchen", including a washing machine and a brand new hob and oven (picture)

Swiss Post is promoting the apartment's "modern kitchen", including a washing machine and a brand new hob and oven (picture)

The advertising also streamed across the apartment's spacious lounge (pictured) with carpets - but people couldn't get over the miniature bathroom

The advertising also streamed across the apartment's spacious lounge (pictured) with carpets – but people couldn't get over the miniature bathroom

& # 39; The block has double glazing throughout and the common areas are being renovated to give it a bright, modern look.

& # 39; The apartment is close to shops like Sainsbury and Aldi. You are a short walk from Walton and Rice Lane train stations. Buses to Liverpool stop right outside. «

The Twitter post shared last night garnered more than 11,000 likes and amazed many co-users with the strange layout.

One commented: "Scream, imagine you are sitting cross-legged in the bathroom."

The Twitter post shared last night garnered more than 11,000 likes and amazed many co-users with the strange layout

The Twitter post shared last night garnered more than 11,000 likes and amazed many co-users with the strange layout

Another tweeted, "This design makes no sense, why not just put a bathroom with a shower in this room instead!"

"Do you think when they built the shower and realized how small the bathroom was, they said it will be okay, no one will notice," asked one.

Another asked if it was a bidet while one suggested it was only suitable for a dog (although pets are not allowed according to the ad).

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