People bemused by £200-a-week rental property that looks like kids playhouse

A tiny property has shocked the internet after an ad showed it on the market for $375 (£198) per week.

The bedsit-style property is located on the waterfront of Bundeena, south Sydney, which is listed as one of the most expensive locations to live in Australia.

According to Ray White, who posted the details online, the flat is hidden away in the landlord's backyard and boasts a 'modern bathroom', a kitchen, and the price includes electricity and water.

But social media users were less than impressed with the price point for the combined living space.

One person wrote: "Legit thought it was a kid's cubby house."

Another added: "I've seen people build granny flats in their backyards that look way more like a home than this. It's like they didn't even try."

A third said: "The property market is disgusting and you see every week, like every week the property investors selling and buying like crazy making the houses and apartments more and more expensive. F em really f em."

A different user pointed out how Bundeena is an exclusive area connected to the Royal National Park.

In a 2016 census, there were fewer than 2,000 people living in the area, with very few rental properties on offer, which probably explains why the market is so expensive there.

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The news comes after a tiny home on the market in London has caught the eye due to its remarkable resemblance to a garden shed.

The East London property is currently on the market for £429,950, boasting just one bedroom located above a bathroom and an open-plan kitchen.

Sitting a stone's throw away from Victoria Park, the flat has been described as “bright and contemporary” and comes in well below the average price for a London property (£681,427 according to Zoopla).

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