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Flat described as 'not very nice' yours for £997 a month

Even the estate agent struggled to say anything nice about this place. With bars at the windows, a tired looking kitchen, a small bedroom and a rather uninviting bathroom - the brutal advert describes this flat in east London as "not very nice".

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But the one bedroom flat in Hoxton still comes with an eye-watering price tag. Whoever chooses to move in will have to fork out almost £1,000 a month to live here.

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The full advert describes the property as:

Not a Very Nice 1 x bed flat but like the Budgie its Cheap, open plan well used kitchen and if you can call it this a small lounge, large Double bedroom (can't say more than that), bathroom with a toilet & bath, unfortunately no rafters or natural beams to hang from.

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But with London's booming housing market, the high price has failed to put off prospective buyers. Speaking to the Evening Standard Warren George, from estate agent Harvey Residential said:

It is refreshing when an estate agent tells all of the truth, I could say that it has a ground floor spacious kitchen. It is quite a basic straight forward flat that is not very nice.

We are a young good for the environment estate agency in the area and trying to give a refreshing honest description.

– Warren George
Credit: Zoopla/Harvey Residential
Credit: Zoopla/Harvey Residential

And it you're wondering what the view is like.....

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