Over the years the worldwide economy has gone through various ups and downs, leading to rises in prices, scarcity of resources and a sharp ascent in the cost of living worldwide, a large number of people nowadays cannot afford real estate and therefore have to live in rented apartments. This new trend has led to the advent of various problems, one of the most common being having to deal with obnoxious landlords who charge heftily for tenancy and provide one with unsatisfactory abodes.
People often find themselves facing disrepair due to lack of maintenance in apartment buildings, and they often have to pay extra money to a third party to help them get rid of the problem since the landlord is not really bothered enough to carry out repair work for you. Naturally, this leads to frustration, more expenses and your apartment’s hospitability levels declining, but this does not hold true for every apartment building out there.
If you dream of an apartment with large, picture perfect windows, and artsy and classical interior theme and plenty of space for moving around then this three-bed flat might appeal to you quite well. Listed as a Grade II modernistic classic, this apartment is situated in the same building as London’s Barbican Art Centre, a great market place that is always bustling with a fantastic crowd. For many art lovers, this apartment could be a dream come true, but just like with anything else, good things tend to cost a lot, the beauty, atmosphere and location that this living abode has to offer does not come cheap.