Photographs taken by an property agent for a £500,000 backyard flat in London seem to point out a resident sleeping beneath a quilt

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Who slept in THIS bed? Photos taken by an estate agent for a £500,000 garden flat in London appear to show a resident sleeping under a duvet

  • An advertisement photo of a bedroom in a garden apartment on the market for £500,000 has left home seekers confused
  • The photo shows an unmade double bed in which someone appears to be sleeping under the crumpled duvet
  • The Bravington Road apartment is being marketed through Dexters estate agents and promoted through Rightmove
  • The listing remains active on Rightmove, however the real estate agent has removed the master bedroom photo

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The listing of photos of a garden flat on the market for £500,000 has confused home seekers as they believe someone is sleeping in one of the beds.

The apartment, in a Victorian house divided into apartments, is in the affluent west London residential area of ​​Maida Vale, but potential buyers were attracted by the unmade double bed in the master bedroom.

The bedspread is completely crumpled and it seems there is a big lump underneath.

A home finder named Sian told Twitter: “I was only looking for properties for sale. And… is there anyone else in this bed!?’

“It looks like someone is sleeping in the bedroom,” added another.

The listing of photos of a garden flat on the market for £500,000 has confused home seekers as they believe someone is sleeping in one of the beds

The apartment, in a Victorian house divided into apartments, is in the affluent west London residential area of ​​Maida Vale, but potential buyers were attracted by the unmade double bed in the master bedroom

The Bravington Road apartment is being marketed through Dexters estate agents and promoted through Rightmove

The Bravington Road apartment is being marketed through Dexters estate agents and promoted through Rightmove

Home seekers have taken to Twitter to seemingly poke fun at the bedroom photo

Home seekers have taken to Twitter to seemingly poke fun at the bedroom photo

The Bravington Road apartment is being marketed through Dexters estate agents and promoted through Rightmove.

The two-bed home — which has a private backyard — is enticing to buyers because it’s not a chain. Real estate agents also say there is great potential for expansion.

The pad features antique features and wooden floors and has a large lounge, bathroom and kitchen.

The listing reads: ‘A two bedroom garden apartment with separate kitchen/reception room, chain free and with a private rear garden.

‘Wooden floors and style elements can be found everywhere.

“It is great for access to Queen’s Park or Westbourne Park with many transport links to central London and within a mile of Little Venice, Portobello and Paddington Rec.”

The listing remains active on Rightmove, however the real estate agent has since removed the master bedroom photo.

The pad features antique features and wooden floors and has a large lounge, bathroom and kitchen

The pad features antique features and wooden floors and has a large lounge, bathroom and kitchen

The £500,000 Maida Vale property has a single bathroom as pictured above

The £500,000 Maida Vale property has a single bathroom as pictured above

The second bedroom is pictured above.  It has wooden floors and a window.  The owner put two single beds in the room

The second bedroom is pictured above. It has wooden floors and a window. The owner put two single beds in the room

The two-bed home -- which has a private backyard -- is enticing to buyers because it's not a chain.  Real estate agents also say there is great potential for expansion

The two-bed home — which has a private backyard — is enticing to buyers because it’s not a chain. Real estate agents also say there is great potential for expansion