It is best to keep out of the London property space if your pockets aren’t that deep. With the influx of petrodollars, property prices in the playground of the sheikhs and oligarchs have rocketed to stratospheric heights.
A certain James Atherton is looking to rent out a toilet in the posh London surburb of Highgate at £3,000 a month, that is N843000 at the present exchange rate.
The facility is being promoted with a sign on the wall offering a “toilet space”, hoping to catch the attention of bus drivers who need stop to relieve themselves at Parliament Hill Fields.
He is also willing to let it out on a 20-year lease for £20000, a more prudent investment than renting it for 12 months at £3000 a month.