FLAT-hunters have been left appalled by a one-bedroom condo up for hire that “seems to be like a jail cell”.
The drab studio flat in Melbourne,, white brick partitions and darkish gray flooring.
Photos present a double mattress in a tiny room, with vibrant lights mounted to the wall and ceiling.
One other photograph reveals a protracted skinny room with a settee going through a small flat-screen TV on the wall.
The itemizing was posted on Facebook market by somebody trying to switch their lease.
Whereas they boast the flat is inside “strolling distance to in all places”,tenants should fork out $3 (£1.60) every time they use the shared washer.
However social media customers have been horrified by the prospect of dwelling there for £750 a month, describing it as “one thing out of a horror film”.
One other added: “I believe we’ve nicer, to be fairly trustworthy.”
Others who’ve visited the constructing the condo is in branded it “horrible”.
One person wrote: “Spent just a few months dwelling at 500 [Flinders Street] within the early 2000s, it was a gap then and doesn’t seem like it’s improved.”
A second mentioned: “I did an insp[ection there in 2004, and it was a s***hole.”
It comes after renters were left horrified by the state of an apartment a woman pays more than £1,000 a month to live in.
The woman, who goes by @dooperfiend on the social media platform, shows how her bedroom is right on top of the kitchen, with no dividing wall.
To add to the bizarreness, the fridge can be seen stacked on top of the tumble dryer to “save space”.
Continuing with the chaoticness of the kitchen, she then shows how the ceiling is being held together by tape, while the sink is propped up by a bottle of curry powder.
But it doesn’t end there, with the kitchen bench badly broken and awful views of her neighbour’s gardens.
The “room” – consisting of a single mattress on the floor surrounded by blanket walls – was put up for rent on Airbnb for £34.50 per night.
The landlord described it as a “rare spacious living room near the CBD.”
The ad read: “Affordable spacious living room, suitable for someone who can sleep in every condition.”