Ein-Zimmer-Haus wird für nur 70.000 £ verkauft – Aber da ist ein Fang

THIS traditional one-bedroom house nestled amongst the suburbs and surrounded by the English countryside seems ideal for just £70,000.

But there’s a catchthe property in Ramsbottom, Großraum Manchester, is so small that the sight of it has left potential buyers feelingqueasy”.

The stone-built home in Ramsbottom looks idyllic from the outside

The stone-built home in Ramsbottom looks idyllic from the outside
But its cramped layout has left some house hunters feeling queasy

But its cramped layout has left some house hunters feeling queasyAnerkennung: Rightmove
A double bed and some storage is all that can be squeezed into the upstairs bedroom

A double bed and some storage is all that can be squeezed into the upstairs bedroomAnerkennung: Rightmove

Despite boasting all the necessary modern amenities, the pad’s lack of space has left many questioning how liveable the tiny house really is.

Situated on Spring Street, the stone-built home appears sleek and nicely slotted in on the busy road from the outside.

But the interior has caused a stir online after the property was listed on Rightmove, as it seems the owners have tried to cram an entire home inside the tiny place.

The wacky layout features a kitchen-living space packed into the narrow first floor, while a haphazard staircase leans above.

At just half the size of a regular set of stairs, the ascent to the boudoir worryingly resembles a pair of ladders being slung on top of a support beam.

If you successfully and safely make your way up the steep steps, house hunters are greeted by an uncomfortably tiny master bedroom.

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The homeowners have somehow managed to squeeze a double bed in as well as some overpowering storage units that take up the rest of the room.

But the terraced property does boast a standard en-suite, so you don’t have to make any perilous late night toilet trips down the ‘stairs’.

It also features gas central heating, double glazing, and no onward chain.

The listing does warn the home isonly suitable for a single person”, yet the awkward layout has caused a stir amongst social media users.

One user slammed the unique setup asthe worst use of space I’ve ever seen,” while another said it made them feelqueasy”.

Love to have a semi-open stair directly over my food prep area, can’t see any problem there,” one joked.

Another fumed: “Dog kennel. Ridiculous.

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While a third chimed in: “Looks like an uncomfortable place to spend any amount of awake time.

But others leaped to the defence of the ambitiously designed building, suggesting the home could be vastly improved if it was restructured.

It is a pity, a tiny space but a decent interior designer or architect could make much better use,” einer sagte.

Und noch einer hinzugefügt: “Narrow boats have had good layouts for decades, and I reckon the designer could learn a thing or two there too.

Tiny homes have quickly become a trend for Brits sick of forking out for mortgages and expensive bills.

We previously told how one savvy woman built a small house for just £30,000 to give herfinancial freedom im Alter von 26.

A family of three also bought a tiny house on wheels after being fed up with their sky-high London rentthough they can’t even stand up in it.

The steep staircase has raised safety concerns for some potential buyers

The steep staircase has raised safety concerns for some potential buyersAnerkennung: Rightmove
The home is on the market for £70,000

The home is on the market for £70,000Anerkennung: Rightmove
It features an en-suite bathroom, gas central heating, double glazing, and no onward chain

It features an en-suite bathroom, gas central heating, double glazing, and no onward chainAnerkennung: Rightmove

One bedroom terrace house on sale for £265,000 – but it comes with catch