Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Subway Station For Sale

Has it been a life-long dream of yours to live in an abandoned tube station in London? Well, it's your lucky day because there's one for sale and the bidding starts at £ 180,000 for a 1,600 square feet property. I'm no realter, but that sounds like a bargain for a place in London.

Link to the Auctioneer


Just imagine taking your showers in a subway bathroom. Maybe put the kitchen in the ticket area. The coolest thing ever, of course, would be to have an actual subway car as a bedroom.

(BLDG via BoingBoing)

28 comments:

  1. I would buy it if I had the money and open up a fightclub or something.

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  2. That does seem cheap for the big smoke

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  3. youve read my mind. Ive always wanted a subway station i could call my own. jk but it does seem cheap

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  4. would be ridiculous if turned into a home... >:3

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  5. i wonder if it's still connected to the tunnels... that would be sweet

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  6. That would be...so...freakin...cool...AAAHHHH! You could even put in those waist level bar turning things to keep trouble makers out. Well, it sounds good on paper...

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  7. I pretty much live there already. :)

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  8. Wow. I'd buy it lol


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  9. i bet it would get cold in there

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  10. I've always wanted a subway haha

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  11. LOL I'd rather live in a hole in the ground to be honest.

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  12. Wow, I'd buy it and move in, guess my taste is a bit off compared to others! Btw, I'm more of an agnostic, nice to meet ya Athiest :)

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  13. Only if I had the money to buy this subway. It would be epic :D

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  14. i`d like to buy it just for a place to chill.. the graffiti art is always pretty awesome

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  15. Kinda reminds me of when that crazy British dude claimed this old WW2 naval station off the cost of England. He was able to take it because it was in international waters and technically wasn't owned by Britain anymore

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  16. Awesome, I see *so* much potential!

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  17. I think I wouldn't live there ;d

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  18. Hrm looks pretty rundown, idk if it'd be worth the investment. Lol

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  19. Looks like an awesome fixer-upper. It'll probably be on one of those HGTV shows about awesome renovations.

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