The pricey $585-a-week unit in the upmarket London suburb of Kensington offers shower facilities for its occupants but with a twist.
In one small room, the shower is located with the bed, a dining table and a kitchenette.
Remarkable pictures from the studio's listing show the shower nestled next to a tiny kitchen sink without a shower curtain.
While just one bed is shown, the listing says up to four tenants can live there with families allowed.
There is no mention or sign of a toilet from the listing's photos while there is no hob in the kitchen, despite the listing boasting of a "fully-fitted kitchen".
Australia in the midst of concerning rental crisis
London, like Australia's most popular cities, has seen rental prices surge in the past year as a global cost of living crisis punishes renters.
Leo Patterson Ross, the CEO of The Tenants’ Union of NSW, told Yahoo News Australia earlier this year many struggling renters have no choice but to take sub-standard conditions "just to keep a roof over their heads".
Last month NSW appointed its first rental commissioner in a bid to combat skyrocketing rental prices.
Former Homelessness Australia chief executive Trina Jones has vowed to "rebalance the rental market".
Reforms that will be on Ms Jones’ plate as she steps into the role include ending ‘no-grounds’ evictions, improving the protection of renters’ information and privacy, and making it easier for renters to have pets.
- With Jam Press
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