£125,000 Studio Gets Viral On Internet For Its Bed Balanced On The Staircase
On 30th August 2020
This flat has left the Internet baffled with the unique position of its bed that fits perfectly well over the staircase. The pictures went viral on social media with people making jokes out of the possibilities if one mistakenly rolls out of the bed while asleep.
This flat is going viral on social media for the reason you can see clearly in the picture.
The studio flat in Worthing, which has since been taken off the market, was on sale via onthemarket.com for £125,000.
Description of the unique place detailed as, 'spacious and well converted', continuing: "The studio room has a built-in bed over the stairs.
"The kitchen area has a range of cupboards and drawers with built-in fridge and two ring electric hob.
"The bathroom has part tiled walls and a white suite comprising a panel enclosed bath, wash hand basin and low-level WC."
The Internet, however, was left scratching their head overseeing the extraordinary position of the bed. The bed as you see is balanced perfectly on the staircase making one wonder how can anyone get a decent night's sleep here without the fear of falling down?
Shared by Twitter user @unfortunatalie, snaps of the flat attracted plenty of comments with one person asking: "How is that bed legal? You roll over and you DIE."
Another wrote: "Jesus, the thought of trying to shag in that bed is giving me RAGING anxiety." Yeah, fair point.
While a third person asked: "But... what about when you fall asleep with your phone and it rolls out of bed and falls all the way down the stairs?" Well, I guess in that case you just have to hope for the best, mate.
Many people also questioned why the bed was not kept on the empty space clearly visible in the picture. This, however, will remain a mystery for us, eh?
And to remind you this flat is not the first to go viral thanks to its unusual and unique layout.
A studio flat in Camden went viral over its unusual elevated bed.
The flat, which was advertised on Zoopla for £754 a month, features a small kitchenette, a 'mezzanine sleeping area', and even a shower and toilet.
All is well until you realize that the bathroom is located just below the bed and right next to the kitchen.