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A city centre property that’s gone on the market is set to divide potential buyers.
The weird flat is like Marmite – not just due to the fact you’ll either love it or hate it but because the whole place is totally black.
Whether you reckon it’s super chic or you think it’s the most depressing, gloomy, miserable thing you’ve ever seen, the bizarre flat in Manchester is certainly a more remarkable option than most other homes on the market, reports Metro.
The walls are black, the kitchen is black, and although the bath, the loo and the basin are the traditional white, they’re in a bathroom that is – yep, you guessed it – black.
Other than that, about the only things that aren’t black are little hints of gold that accentuate the place.
The 990sq ft two-bedroom flat, which is in Piccadilly Basin, in the Northern Quarter of the city, comes with a price tag of £375,000.
It’s listed on NestSeekers, which describes the property as “one of a kind”, with “Gotham City” vibes.
Although it might give some people the creeps, the listing claims that the flat is “sexy” and “seductive”, and it’s “where the magic happens”.
The flat is in what was originally a warehouse before being turned into apartments 25 years ago.
The NestSeekers listing continues: “Touches of gold to get the eyes wandering. The original Victorian redwood floors have been brought back to life.”
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It adds that “no thought or expense has been spared”.
“The kitchen/diner is at the heart of the apartment comprising quartz, carefully selected integrated appliances and pop-up sockets for convenience,” it says.
“Through the living area to a distinctive loggia area, that could potentially offer the perfect ‘home office’ space.
“Two deluxe double bedrooms and custom-built bathroom in a polished concrete finish, free-standing slipper bath and a walk-in rain shower.”
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