& # 39; It's like Harry Potter's cupboard under the stairs & # 39 ;: the bedroom at Bondi Beach in Sydney can be rented for a very reasonable $ 195 a week – but it's SMALL
- A woman advertised a room for rent for $ 195 in a local Bondi Facebook group
- Social media users have closed the size of the room and compared it to a wardrobe
- The single bed touched almost all the walls in the bedroom
- One person compared it to Harry Potter's cupboard under the stairs
A & # 39; bedroom & # 39; advertised in the ritzy eastern suburbs of Sydney comes with a very reasonable price tag of $ 195 a week, but some say it looks more like a wardrobe.
Charlotte Pruett went to Facebook on Monday for the & # 39; cute and small & # 39; spraying living space in Bondi and sharing photos of a single bed that occupied almost the entire room.
The bed was pressed against a wall, with only a small pot plant separating the bed from the other.
Charlotte Pruett (photo) went to a local Bondi Facebook group on Monday to advertise the & # 39; cute and small room & # 39;
Photos of the room showed a single bed that occupied most of the space
Social media users immediately jumped in on the size of the room – with one slamming it like & # 39; like a cupboard under the stairs like in Harry Potter & # 39 ;. Pictured: the kitchen of the house
The rest of the house, including the living room, kitchen and bathroom, all seemed to be of normal size compared to the advertised sleeping areas.
Social media users responded immediately to the size of the room.
One person wrote: & # 39; People will fall over each other to pay nearly two hundred dollars a week to sleep in a wardrobe. & # 39;
Another said: & # 39; I have a conflict because this is a shame, but at the same time people advertised to pay the same to share a room worth $ 300. & # 39;
& # 39; Eh that's a balcony / conservatory – not a bedroom & # 39 ;, a Facebook user said on the ad.
Another said: & # 39; That's what Harry Potter is under the stairs. & # 39;
The room is just one of the many tight Bondi spaces that have recently been advertised on the internet. A man offered a private room (photo) in his apartment with the hope that three people would stay in it
The room is just one of the many tight Bondi spaces that have recently been advertised on the internet.
A man offered a private room in his apartment with the hope that three people would call it home.
Photos of the underwhelming room showed a double bed on the floor with a bunk bed attached to the wall above.
The room was advertised for $ 500 for two people, or $ 600 for three people.
Meanwhile, another empty bedroom (photo) with an asking price of $ 300 per week shows a double bed that touches almost all parameters of the narrow space
Another rather empty room with the price tag of $ 300 a week showed a double bed that touched almost all the walls in the room.
The advertisement was shared online with the promise that it was a better price-quality ratio than a city hostel.
The room became like a & # 39; prison cell & # 39; slammed by people who were looking for a new home.
In yet another advertisement, a woman offered a room barely one meter wide in her Bondi apartment for $ 200 a week.
The advertisement, posted on Facebook, said the offer came with a wardrobe near the bathroom and a large box to fit shoes in the narrow room.
The vacancy was considered by some to be a & # 39; joke for the April joke & # 39; closed.
. (TagsToTranslate) Dailymail (t) news