A PARKING space in London is up for grabs for £60,000 – but there’s a catch.
The space is in an ideal location in the heart of the capital, at Kingston House South, Knightsbridge – but a huge part is taken up by a massive concrete bollard.
Potential buyers of a large vehicle will likely have to forego making an offer despite the excellent price.
It was listed on the Rightmove real estate site by real estate agents Gordon Lindsay Associates.
According to the announcement, the price for the space was reduced on May 30, suggesting that Gordan Lindsay is looking to find a buyer.
And judging by the huge bollard, it’s not hard to see why this parking space didn’t sell when it was first listed.
The Rightmove listing reads: “A leasehold parking space at Kingston House South, Ennismore Gardens. 150 year lease effective March 25, 1990.”
It also says there is a service charge for the year 2021/2022 which will be £218.74.
The car park has excellent transport links nearby if you need to hope on the train.
It is less than a mile from South Kensington, Knightsbridge and Gloucester Road train stations.
A motorist was furious recently after being slapped with a £60 fine by a parking company who sold them a space that didn’t exist.
Meanwhile, drivers have been left stunned after finding seaside car parks were charging up to £35 for just eight hours on this bank holiday.