A UNIQUE property that allows buyers to live inside a football stadium has been put on the market for £400,000.
The two-bedroom apartment was built just around the corner from the Breyer Group Stadium in Leyton, East London, home to Leyton Orient Football Club.
Football fans will have the opportunity to save on subscriptions and watch every game from their balcony which looks directly onto the pitch.
Large windows in the open concept living room and kitchen also overlook the location and the fan seats Region.
The property also has two double bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Estate agents Alexander Rose Estates listed the flat for sale on Friday for £400,000.
They said: “All football fans will thank their wallets, booking themselves a season ticket for Leyton Orient Football Club and just looking out the window to catch the action.
“Even before the final whistle, closing the windows puts things in order.
“With the through ball is Alexander Rose Estates, lining up this two-bed, two-bath side apartment in the (kick) third-floor corner of this purpose-built block.
“With enough space for a friendly 5-a-side game within the 718 square foot floor plan, there is room to work, play and finally learn the offside rule.
“The north and west aspect of the apartment, as well as the balcony, allows a fair amount of light to enter the apartment, although we would recommend spotlights if you are walking around in the dark.”
The rare sale has been talked about on social networks.
One person said, “How the hell did this get planning permission?”
Another wrote: ‘£400k are they kidding?
A third wrote: ‘It all starts in Leyton.
While a fourth commented: ‘It’s amazing. If I won the lottery, I would be tempted to buy one.
“Everything comes with underground parking. You are five minutes from the metro and the majority of the noise will only be on Saturday afternoon and Tuesday evening.
“It’s a good thing.”
Leyton Orient currently play in League Two of the English Football League.
The team had been a mainstay in the Football League until relegation in 2017, but managed to return to the Football League in 2019.
The team nicknamed the O’s are one of London’s oldest football teams and until their relegation were the oldest London team to play in the football league.
The average price of a property in Leyton is currently £525,903, according to property site Rightmove.