A dire one-bedroom apartment ‘featuring’ two single beds pushed between a filthy lounge is currently on the market for $140 per bed a week.
Sydney renters might be surprised to hear the den, which features sticker wall art, dirty mattresses and a mini fridge in the bedroom is close to Bondi Beach, arguably Australia’s most famous stretch of sand.
Advertised on Facebook the extremely humble Bondi Junction residence highlights the close proximity to the beach as well as the nearby train station and Westfield shopping centre.
The ‘twin share’ beds (pictured above) sit between an old lounge – and are currently available to snap up for $140 per person a week
The bar fridge (pictured above) also features a flat screen TV and portable mirror in the tiny Bondi apartment
‘Short term welcome, $140 per week (per person) including all bills – electricity, gas, water and wifi,’ the post read.
‘Social share house, shared kitchen and shared bathroom. PM (private message) for more information.’
Bondi has long been the jewel in the crown when it comes to Sydney’s affluent eastern suburbs region.
Besides the beach, Icebergs restaurant is a popular haunt for visitors, as are the myriad of busy shops on Campbell Parade.
Bondi is also home to one of the oldest surf lifesaving clubs in the world and one of Australia’s leading swimming clubs.
With excellent public transport and close proximity to the CBD, Bondi is regarded by many as Australia’s best beach.
The scenic walk to neighbouring Coogee is another selling point, with three bedroom houses in the iconic suburb often selling for over $2.5million, according to data from realestate.com.au.
The Facebook post (pictured above) advertising the one bedroom den in Bondi Junction
The one bedroom apartment also features ‘storage area’ for short or long term tenants who like to live in close proximity to one another
This post was first published on DailyMail.