One-bedroom house in London’s exclusive Mayfair just hit the market, priced at £1.8 million ($2,82 million), making it Britain’s most expensive one-bedroom property. The asking price for this tiny mews house, with just 726 sq ft of space, is ten times the average price paid for a home in England and Wales. The entire three storey home in central London has a study and guest cloakroom on the ground floor, open-plan kitchen / living room with balcony on the first floor and a bedroom with en-suite bathroom on the top floor, which is 18ft by 14ft.
The head of sales and lettings at Pastor Real Estate, Susan Cohen, said “This is a unique opportunity to own the smallest mews house currently on the market in Mayfair.
“The freehold property is situated in a charming quiet cobbled street in the heart of Mayfair, making it ideal for those looking for a quirky pied-a-terre.”
The thumb-sized pad is located in Red Lion Yard, Mayfair, just behind The Red Lion, a converted pub which was put on the market for £25 million ($40 million).