A FLAT in London is affordable due to being visible only with a microscope, it has emerged.
Property developer Martin Bishop says the small size of the studio flat is unlikely to deter tenants with access to a shrinking ray, due to the bargain rent of just £585 per month.
Bishop said: “Using nanotechnology the property has been fitted with all mod cons including a power shower and dishwasher, although you do have to fold the bed away if you want to use the lounge area.
“The flat would suit a single young professional who doesn’t spend a lot of time at home. The local restaurants are excellent so you’ll probably be eating out anyway.
“The flat does have one drawback and that’s not having a parking space, but if you don’t own a car there’s no problem.”
Trainee accountant Tom Logan said: “I just viewed it with an 80x microscope and if you want a no-frills place to eat and sleep it’s the logical solution to sky-high rents. I’ve pretty much convinced myself that it’s my dream home.
“I looked at a maisonette the size of a proton yesterday but it didn’t have the ‘wow’ factor.”