Housing: pay much more for much less!

“British living rooms are nearly a third smaller than they were in the 1970s, a new study has found.
Homes built in the UK after 2010 have an average sitting room size of 184 sq ft (17.1 sq m) compared to 268 sq ft (24.9 sq m) around 40 years ago.
Houses also have less bedrooms today than they did in the past, with an average of just under three.

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  1. The smallest bedroom in our house (that I use as an office) is officially classified as a double bedroom – but whilst you could probably fit a standard double in it, there would not be much room for anything else.


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