Britain’s smallest million-pound home has been put on the market with the tiny flat boasting less space than a train carriage.
Most people looking to splash out on a seven-figure home might expect an eight-bed town house or a large country property.
Life is different in Mayfair, London, with one estate agent putting this pint-size pied-à-terre on the market for £1 million.
The basic home has one bedroom, a little kitchen, bathroom and living room and is spread across just 461 sq ft.
This makes it the equivalent size of a large living room in a typical family home and smaller than a tube carriage on the London underground!