If you regularly read London-based news (and if you don't what the hell are you doing here?) then you'll know that you cant go more than a few months without reading a LSD, or Ludicrous Story on Development.
You know the kind of thing: One bedroom flat on the market for 3 million! Mouse hole to be converted into natty pied-a-terre! Woman gives birth, womb to be sublet!
And here's the latest: A Crouch End house that is less than eight feet wide and used to be someone else's kitchen has gone on the market.
Part of a grand Edwardian house in Haringey Park which is now eleven separate bedsits, the kitchen/house is, unsurprisingly, described as "a long, narrow rectangular space" which "would appeal to somebody at the right price as a pied-a-terre or first-time-buyer".
Or you could just squat in the nearest phonebooth.