London parking space on sale for $277,085
Thursday 26 February 2004
A parking space located behind the exclusive London store Harrods has gone on sale with a price tag of £100,000 ($277,085), according to a BBC report.
By The LandlordThe "property" is also available to rent for around £5000 a year.
Newspapers in Britain also carried unconfirmed reports that a Knightsbridge mother had purchased a space for her son's as-yet unpurchased car. The boy in question is reportedly 3 years old.
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