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Buy Broom Cupboard

Thanks so much for sharing the details! I have the exact same empty space to the side of my fridge up against a wall and I put brooms just out in the open there so this is the PERFECT inspiration to build my own.

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How exciting! We did store our broom & dry mop there just resting between the wall and the fridge during the months before we built the broom cupboard too! We got to store a whole lot more after we built the cupboard tho!! Good luck on your building journey!

s properties go it is a touch compact, perhaps. But the location is excellent, the facilities all lie conveniently to hand and it certainly would not cost much to heat. That may go some way to explaining why this Kensington broom cupboard is on sale for 50,000.

It is, however, situated on Gloucester Road. In the view of the estate agents this justifies a price tag of 49,950, or more than 1,000 per square foot. That makes it even more expensive than the notorious Knightsbridge broom cupboard of the Eighties property boom, which measured 11ft by 6ft and went on sale for 36,000.

It is not the first time tiny properties have gone on the market at far from tiny prices. As well as the famous Brompton Road broom cupboard, a minuscule flat went on sale for 72,000 in 1997 and another for 90,000 in 2000. Since then, a garage in Marylebone was sold for 50,000 and another in Scarsdale Villas, W8, fetched 110,000. Secure underground parking spaces in central London are costing 25,000.

Want to tidy your everyday things away or show off your most beloved items? Our cupboards and cabinets come in a wide range of styles to help you find the look and function you want. Make the most of your home with our smart cupboard and cabinet solutions.

There once was a witch who lived in a broom cupboard. She was a wicked witch, and very grumpy too, as you might be if you had to live in a broom cupboard, and just the sort to use her magic to make you her prisoner for ever and ever.

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