This fancy $1.5M apartment in London comes with its own private pool
“One of a kind!” the listing for the fancy apartment announces. “Luxury two double bedroom flat with private swimming pool! The basement of the split level apartment comprises luxury private swimming pool, sauna, shower, seating area with folding glass doors, kitchenette, and w/c,” the description reads.
And a really bizarre layout, as well
One seating room has a glass panel from which you can peek at the pool below
A luxury private swimming pool? A sauna? Folding glass doors? You may already want to call your bank for a loan, but hold your horses, because as we mentioned before, things are not as they seem. Upon further inspection of the photos of the listing, they reveal the catch—the pool is sitting right there in the middle of the apartment. What better way to start the day than to fill your lungs with a fresh breath of chlorine, right?
There are 3 fridges
But wait, there’s more! “After climbing the spiral staircase you arrive at a good-sized open plan reception room with kitchen, two double bedrooms, walk-in wardrobe, bathroom with shower overhead, and small patio,” the listing reads. “The property is immaculate throughout and truly is one of a kind!” The uniqueness of the apartment truly shows, especially in this seating room from which you can peek at the pool below your feet.
Two single beds
And a small patio
Originally, the apartment was listed for a mere £1,000,000, but once the photos started circulating on social media, the price was bumped up to £1.2M (approximately $1.5M). Talk about business savvy! But somehow, people on the internet aren’t that enthusiastic about the apartment. In fact, when one person shared the listing on Twitter, they wrote that they need “to know the lunatic who built this and the story behind it.”
Originally, the suite was listed for £1M
But after the photos made rounds on social media, the price was bumped to £1.2M (around $1.5M)
All jokes aside, people on Twitter had some serious questions about the 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 2-reception rooms suite. “Why does the basement itself have THREE levels?” one person wonders. “Single beds? three fridges? doesn’t look lived-in at all? what’s going on here?” another one inquires. But it seems that at this point, there are more questions than answers.
There was one person on Twitter who claimed to have been to the apartment