London: A toilet in a posh suburb in London has been put up for rent at a hefty amount of 3,000 pounds (Rs 2.82 lakh) a month.
The public toilet is at a bus turn-around point. Pic/Thinkstock
James Atherton, who is the owner of the Hampstead Heath lavatory, is looking to rent or sell the unusual piece of real estate which is a stand alone loo he owns inside a block of flats at the bottom of Highgate West Hill.
It is at a bus turn-around point, which is being promoted with a sign on the wall offering a “toilet space”, hoping to catch the attention of bus drivers who need stop to relieve themselves at Parliament Hill Fields.
“The bus drivers in Highgate don’t have a toilet, I thought they might be interested in buying it, or maybe three of them could get together and rent it,” Atherton said.
He added he would also consider selling a 20-year lease for 20,000 pounds.