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It may be Mayfair's smallest but it's still £1mEstate agents throughout most of the UK struggling through six years of downturn may be interested to know that one of their colleagues in Mayfair is marketing what is thought to be the area's smallest ever £1m property.

The one bedroom flat is above an estate agent's office and has just 461 square feet of space - less than a London Underground tube carriage.

The kitchen is so small the word kitchen' cannot be squeezed into the floorplan. Its asking price equates to over £2,169 per square foot.

Selling agent Peter Wetherell, who was quoted in the Daily Mail saying the flat was close to Berkeley Square, with London's oldest trees, has described the property as the first rung on the ladder for those wanting the Mayfair experience.

The property, on Berkeley Street, is in a block with 24-hour porterage, although for that the buyer will have to pay an additional £3,000-a-year service charge.

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    Oh to be a London agent!

    Interesting story. Not exactly news, as below, but it brings up the question of.....should I sell my agency and start one in London!

    • 13 February 2014 09:28 AM
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    its the one above Stratstone , 18 Berkeley St - free jag included , but nowhere to park it .
    Still money no object rent a space nearby for 600.00 per month !

    • 13 February 2014 00:00 AM
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    ... and HAVE BEEN since as early as July of last year.

    So, EAT - WHY are you calling this "NEWS"

    • 12 February 2014 14:28 PM
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    "...is marketing what is thought to be the areas smallest ever 1m property."

    Hmmm... some people have short (selective) memories, then.

    What about the one in South Audley Street, which was marketed last April - 1.1 million for 420 sq.ft. That equates to 2619/sf.

    You see, the previous person in charge of what is - and ISN'T - 'news' on this site knew what she was doing, and therefore the previous (...AND CURRENT...) 'best' wouldn't have been deemed newsworthy.

    Unfortunately, standards of 'journalism' have slipped with the birth of the 'bright, new EAT'.

    They are now round the Publisher's ankles.

    • 12 February 2014 14:24 PM
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    [quote] one of their colleagues [/quote]

    There's 4 different agents listing it on rightmove...

    • 12 February 2014 13:09 PM
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    Don't mince your words - go on... spit it out! ;o)

    • 12 February 2014 12:49 PM
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    Snorwood. This site was never going to compete with the BBC but when did it get so boring and ugly to look at. Sorry.

    • 12 February 2014 11:09 AM
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    Oh dear - here we go again...

    "The one bedroom flat is above an estate agents office..."

    Actually, it is above a CAR SHOWROOM. Check out the pics - I DID.

    Investigative 'journalism' not your strong point, Mr Norwood

    Note to Agent - LOVE the photo 'featuring' the box of tissues on the dining table. Presents an air of true class. One would think that a "property millionaire" would at least have serviettes for one's dinnerguests... wouldn't one ;o)

    • 12 February 2014 09:07 AM
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