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Two London renters found their new house’s blinds serve no purpose

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Two London renters found their new house’s blinds serve no purpose

If you have ever been looking for accommodation you will know that some London landlords are often accused of “daylight robbery”. Two renters didn’t expect theirs to live up to the reputation quite so seriously. After moving into their new house in north London’s trendy Camden, they were shocked to find the blinds in their new house serve no purpose, as there are no windows. It is unclear how much the tenants are paying, but according to property experts CBRE Residential, the average monthly rental price in Camden for a two-bedroom flat is £2,478.

It seems that the flat appears to have once had windows that have since been bricked up. It is unknown why they had been bricked up. So, if you are looking for flats in London, check your windows before you move in :) Image Source: Screenshot/Facebook/2016

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