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SQUEEZE IN Car Parking costs a whopping £70,000… but there’s a catch

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THIS car park will set its buyer back a whopping £70,000 – and there’s a big catch.

The room is only two meters wide – and blocked on three sides with concrete walls.

Potential buyers must be able to park extremely well – because the width of an average car is 1.9 meters.

It also means that once they get into their car, most people would never be able to open their car door to get out.

Its owner wants to sell the microscopic place in London’s chic Knightsbridge for a whopping £70,000.

And the price was already reduced last month, meaning the seller originally put it up for sale for even more.

Pictures show a Land Rover Defender and a Ford Mustang ridiculously crammed into the cramped space.

The listing reads: “A single allocated parking space in a small garage wedged between Rutland Gate and Ennismore Mews.

“The room is about 2 meters wide and 5.5 meters long with a good height.

“With two automatic gates operated by key fobs and video surveillance, the garage is considered very secure.

“She also benefits from access to water.”

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