It may look like a shed at the bottom of the garden, but this one-bed house has just gone on the market for A?280,000A Estate agents, Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward described the building as a 'bright and airy one bedroom house conveniently located between Honor Oak and Peckham Rye'.
The single-storey property, which sits near much larger homes, comes with a kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom as well as a front and rear garden.It also has off street parking, according to its description. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.
But it was retired from the Circle Line in 1905 and later did 30 years service on a railway line in the West Country. A National lottery grant of A?422,000 was awarded to restore the carriage to mark the 150th anniversary of the underground. Watch the full film hereTHE RICH HISTORY OF THE LONDON UNDERGROUND1863: London's underground Metropolitan or Met welcomes its first passengers.
1890: The worlda€™s first deep level electric tube railway is opened between Stockwell and King William Street (now mostly part of the Northern line). Below are a few different examples of builds, each one designed and built by me, the shed builder, to suit the clients needs. This Garden House has a tiled roof, two roof windows, rendered front, plastered interior walls and a tiled floor. This Studio was for an artist who wanted a contempory design with a quality finish and measures a substantial 6m x 4m. This Garden Office is a simple compact unit that will house a computer desk, shelving and storage and was made just big enough for a sofa bed to comfortably open. This Functional Work Space has a living roof, wooden windows and doors & wood clad exterior walls. This Cabin was desiged for a childrens author who wanted a place to get away whilst remaining at home. This living roof shed shows how the footprint of your shed does not neccessarily reduce your garden space.

This Beautiful little Cabin is a portable toilet and shower room built with my cousin for his Glamping Site in Matlock. This is my shed for which I won Shed of the Year 2014 as featured on Channels 4's George Clarke's amazing spaces shed of the year show. My extensive building knowledge arises from a fifteen year invlovment in loft conversions & house renovations. Andrew Thomas, of the Welsh Highland Railway, said: 'It was in a sorry state when it arrived. Built onto the walls of an old swimming pool on Derbyshire Farmland, it houses bench saws, table saws and all manor of power tools.
It has a partition so that a small section can be used as a conventional garden shed storing garden equipment. The studio has two rooms, the first used for writting and entertaining, the second is a music & drum studio, sound proofed with sound board, the living roof also helps with noise.
It was a cost effective design, using treated feather edge cladding and torch on roofing felt. It has two large sections and upcycled windows and doors that were taken from their house renovation. We carfeully planned habitat for a variety of creatures including bees, lacewings and newts, there's even a bat box in the roof.
It is were I work when I'm not shed building and my way of showing what you can achieve with a bit of imagination.
It has a wood burner with heat plate, the ashes of which can be used to increase the potasium for the crops.
The water filters through and exits the roof via a downpipe which then waters the wall plants before being collected into a waterbut to be used again. A large part of the loft conversions is carpentry and roofing so the transistion to outhouses and sheds is a relatively straight forward one.

Built by Marc Brunel and his son Isambard Kingdom Brunel, it was originally opened as a foot tunnel in 1843 for pedestrians to travel under the river between Rotherhithe and Wapping. The house is to be used as a family space, there's lots of light, good space for a meal and easy to clean out. For light it has large double doors and a long thin south facing window above next doors fence. The impressive wild flower roof protects a large wood store, it even has a built in owl nesting site. You enter this section through a 'secret' external door so as not to spoil the look of the design. The rear of the shed is used for storing children's fishing rods, pads etc, so they don't have to be transported.
It has toughened glass windows, polystyrene insulation and I made the small stable doors to be child friendly. 12v lights are powered by a south facing solar panel on the roof and there is plenty of natural light coming in through the large windows.
With house renovations I would plaster and decorate interiors myself, the skill set I have learnt over the years reduces the need for outside contractors which is how I keep my prices low. Again the living roof helps both with sound proofing and the thernal mass is both a great insulator and cooling in the warmer months.

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