For those that care, that is $5,061 per square foot of prime Knightsbridge real estate. And according to the Mirror, owner Ray Barker says it's perfect for his needs. He says:
"I can do the cleaning while lying in my sofa bed. In fact, I can wash up, answer the door, make a cuppa and go to the loo all at the same time."
The Mail, which describes the 5'-6" by 11' apartment as "smaller than a snooker table", was converted from a closet in 1987 and sold to a secretary for £37,000. Ray bought it for £120,000 four years ago to avoid a commute from Bath, but its value is now estimated to be about £200,000 (US$ 306,000). It is even more expensive on a per square foot basis than The Greenest Apartment in London.