One-bedroom flat with bizarre ‘three-quarter’ size bath goes up for £525 rent a month


Tall people need not apply! One-bedroom flat with bizarre ‘three-quarter’ size bath goes up for £525 rent a month

  • Unfurnished first floor flat in Rice Lane, Liverpool is up for rent for £525 a month
  • Claims to come with a 3/4 size bath – pics of which left people in hysterics
  • Many questioned if it was a bidet while others commented no human would fit

A one-bedroom property with a ‘three-quarter bath’ is on the market to rent in Liverpool – and Twitter users are in hysterics over its bizarre attribute.

The unfurnished first floor flat, located in the ‘exclusive’ Vale Lodge along Rice Lane in Liverpool, is available for £525 per month.

As well as a modern kitchen, living room and ‘ample storage’, the advert also highlights its most striking feature of all – a ‘3/4 bathtub’ in its ‘spacious’ bathroom.

The property, currently listed on OpenRent.co.uk, features a number of photos of the bathroom, which were shared on Twitter by user @_altx, from Liverpool. 

A one-bedroom property with a ‘three-quarter bath’ (pictured) is on the market to rent in Liverpool – and Twitter users are in hysterics over its unique attribute

As well as a modern kitchen, living room and 'ample storage', the advert also highlights its most striking feature of all - a '3/4 bathtub'

As well as a modern kitchen, living room and ‘ample storage’, the advert also highlights its most striking feature of all – a ‘3/4 bathtub’

She captioned the post: ‘Why has this flat got literally half a f*****g bath.’

The advert carries the description: ‘One bedroom freshly decorated and refurbished throughout, first floor unfurnished flat in the exclusive gated community of Vale Lodge.

‘Complete with modern kitchen including washing machine and brand-new hob/oven, refitted bathroom with large walk-in corner shower, 3/4 bath, spacious lounge with carpets fitted throughout.

‘The apartment has ample storage with walk-in cupboard in the hall. The flat is located within the first floor of the sought-after Vale Lodge development benefiting from secure access, CCTV, large communal gardens, dedicated and visitor parking.

The property, currently listed on OpenRent.co.uk, features a number of photos of the bathroom, which were shared on Twitter by user @_altx, from Liverpool

The property, currently listed on OpenRent.co.uk, features a number of photos of the bathroom, which were shared on Twitter by user @_altx, from Liverpool

The advert carries the description: 'One bedroom freshly decorated and refurbished throughout, first floor unfurnished flat in the exclusive gated community of Vale Lodge' (pictured)

The advert carries the description: ‘One bedroom freshly decorated and refurbished throughout, first floor unfurnished flat in the exclusive gated community of Vale Lodge’ (pictured)

The post advertises the flat's 'modern kitchen' including a washing machine and a brand-new hob and oven (pictured)

The post advertises the flat’s ‘modern kitchen’ including a washing machine and a brand-new hob and oven (pictured)

The advert also gushed over the flat's spacious lounge (pictured) with carpets fitted throughout - but people couldn't get over it's miniature bath

The advert also gushed over the flat’s spacious lounge (pictured) with carpets fitted throughout – but people couldn’t get over it’s miniature bath

‘The block has double glazing fitted throughout and the communal areas are being refurbished to give a light bright modern appeal.

‘The apartment is close to shops including Sainsbury and Aldi. You are a short walking distance to Walton and Rice Lane train stations. Buses to Liverpool stop right outside.’ 

The Twitter post, shared last night, has racked up more than 11,000 likes and left many fellow users baffled by the odd layout.  

One commented: ‘Screaming imagine sat with ye legs crossed in the bath.’

The Twitter post, shared last night, has racked up more than 11,000 likes and left many fellow users baffled by the odd layout

The Twitter post, shared last night, has racked up more than 11,000 likes and left many fellow users baffled by the odd layout

Another tweeted: ‘That design makes no sense, why not just put a bath with a shower in that space instead!’ 

‘Do you reckon when they built the shower and realised how small the bath [was] they said it will be fine no one will notice,’ one asked.

Another questioned whether it was a bidet, while one suggested it would only be suitable for a dog (though pets aren’t allowed, according to the ad). 

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