A 1 bed room flat has been detailed to hire with a weird attribute in the rest room – an extremely narrow doorway to the back garden.
The section-furnished property in Brighton, East Sussex offers a special door uncovered right following to the shower cubicle which seems to be no broader than one particular ft.
1 graphic reveals the white tiled lavatory which includes a shower cubicle with sliding glass doors, a sink and a radiator.
To the correct-hand-facet of the shower cubicle is a pretty tall and narrow door, entire with a cope with, a keyhole and pane of frosted glass.
The doorway seems to be no more than 1 ft large and is so slim that tenants will have to turn sideways to go via doorway.
The property is out there to lease from September for £970 for each calendar month and also delivers a spacious bed room, lounge and an open plan kitchen area.
The property also features wooden chipped back backyard with a table and chairs and is entire with new carpets.
Estate agents David Maslen outlined the assets, crafting: “A not often out there compact to start with floor a single bedroom backyard garden flat located in a preferred household place just off Elm Grove, with great transport back links across the town.
“Part furnished, this assets has a equipped kitchen area and present day white lavatory with fuel heating, double glazed windows and a backyard garden.”
The rental residence has set tongues wagging on social media just after end users spotted the unique doorway.
A person member wrote: “Pretty guaranteed that is versus regulations as a secondary means of escape in case of a fire.”
A further commented: “Fire rules say windows must have a bare minimum width of 450mm but no mention of doorway width, I marvel if they received this via on a depressing technicality.”
A 3rd replied: “Building regulations say that an external door should really be 775mm extensive, so the fire area you quote would presumably not want to repeat that minimal.”