Not much storage space. Or sleeping space. Or toilet space. (Picture: Foxtons)

If the worst part of your day is getting out of bed and traipsing to the bathroom for a pee, you’re in for a real treat.

This prime piece of real estate allows you to reach your toilet right from where you sleep. And likely smell it too.

Located in trendy Camden, you’ll be only a stone’s throw from emo club nights filled with 40-year-olds and t-shirts that say iPood on them.

You’ll also save money on incense, as the smell of it will simply waft over into your windows from the piercing shops and crystal skull stands.

The money saved can be spent on the rent for this little pied a terre, which comes in at £1,625. You really are paying for the convenience.

According to Foxtons: ‘This is a stunning studio flat boasting high-specification fixtures and fittings, high ceilings and newly refurbished interiors that are of the highest standard.’

Can you imagine writing that description? The alarm in your brain writing ‘don’t mention the bed toilet, don’t mention the bed toilet’ in huge ticker-tape?

Marble vs laminate wood marks the invisible line between bathroom and bedroom (Picture: Foxtons)
Imagine bringing a guest round (Picture: Foxtons)

Foxtons have called this bedroom/toilet situation the ‘sleeping area’ on the floor plan.

They’re quick to mention the Smeg oven and engineered wood floors. They even reference the ‘imposingly high ceilings’.

No mention of the bed toilet. But it’s definitely real. Too real almost.

The only plausible explanation is that this was formerly one half of a single property that’s now two, and where the bed is sitting right now used to house a bath.

The rest of the flat is actually quite beautiful (Picture: Foxtons)
You’re close to Primrose Hill as well as your loo (Picture: Foxtons)

To maximise profits – as well as human suffering – whoever developed this place has decided that a bedroom can have a little toilet as a treat.

According to the property letting company, the average price for a studio flat in Camden is between £303 and £357.

This is £375 a week. But can we really call a bed in a bathroom a bedroom? Foxtons think so.

One last money shot (Picture: Foxtons)

It’s one of those moments where you really do need to stop and assess how it’s come to this. Having to go to the toilet roughly a foot from where you rest your head at night is now touted as a ‘stunning’ living solution.

On the plus side, this ‘home’ doesn’t require a deposit and is offered on a long let basis.

So even though you’ll have to cover your bed in tarpaulin every day to protect it from shower overspill, the security you’ll have is unrivalled.

They say never sh*t where you eat, but what about sh*tting where you sleep? Could you do it?

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