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The iconic London monument could be yours for £ 45,000 ... but there are pitfalls

London Calling

The iconic London monument is on the market for £ 45,000, but there are pitfalls.

Future buyers who have always wanted to own a historic part of the capital may now be able to realize their dreams.

Buyers should be aware that their money does not bring them a large fortune, but a small fortune, albeit an iconic red telephone booth.

Located in luxury Kensington, western London, the red kiosk is 3 feet deep and 3 feet wide and over 8 feet high.

However, it has electricity and is classified as a designated building.

This status means that the buyer can resell the kiosk at any time, but cannot remove the kiosk or change its appearance.

And the K6 Box, which dates back to the 1930s, could be transformed into a shop or business by a potential owner.

Real estate company BidX1 put up a phone booth for sale, and the booth could also be used by future buyers as an advertising space.

The telephone booth is on Church Street, next to restaurants in the fashionable area.

Very close to Kensington Palace, home of Prince William and Kate, and very close to Buckingham Palace.

However, its £ 45,000 asking price is higher than the UK's most affordable two-bed home.

However, you can buy a tiered family home for a lower price than the guide price. Shildon, in Co Durham.

There are homes with two bedrooms that cost only £ 30,000, and some are currently on the market for £ 40,000 to £ 45,000.

Meanwhile, buyers have been vigilant after Jamiroquai's star pad was put on the market for about £ 500,000.

And recently, a spacious 3-bed house inwas put up for sale for only £ 195,000, but thekitchen may surprise you.