Bizarre $850 'apartment' up for rent in Sydney has a VERY creepy feature trends now

Bizarre $850 'apartment' up for rent in Sydney has a VERY creepy feature trends now
Bizarre $850 'apartment' up for rent in Sydney has a VERY creepy feature trends now

Bizarre $850 'apartment' up for rent in Sydney has a VERY creepy feature trends now

Bizarre $850/week 'apartment' in Sydney has a VERY creepy feature and reveals the reality of the cutthroat rental market

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The high demand for rentals in Sydney has seen come unique properties with interesting features offered to renters, but a new listing in Marrickville reveals the current state of the market.

The property, listed as a four-bedroom apartment on popular real estate sites such as Domain and realestate.com.au, features tiny rooms fitted with windows that would allow tenants to peer into each other's private spaces.

The rental is listed for $850 per week. Picture: Domain

The rental is listed for $850 per week. Picture: Domain

The rental is listed for $850 per week. Picture: Domain

The rental is listed for $850 per week. Picture: Domain

The rental is listed for $850 per week. Picture: Domain

The rental is listed for $850 per week. Picture: Domain

The original purpose of the 'unit' has been revealed through a listing on Domain´s business rental site Commercial Real Estate, which describes the property as a set of offices.

The commercial listing describes the property as a 'prime office in the heart of Marrickville' and that it 'suits a wide range of uses'.

While on the residential listing, the property is described as a '4 bedrooms unit including Electricity, Internet and Water bill'.

While the property is found on residential real estate sites, a commercial listing has also been found.

While the property is found on residential real estate sites, a commercial listing has also been found.

The rental is listed for $850 per week. Picture: Domain

The rental is listed for $850 per week. Picture:

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