Just when you think you’ve seen it all, New York City’s bonkers real estate market delivers.

Pegged as a “West Village Diamond In The Rough renovation project,” a quaint two-bedroom, two-bathroom co-op has hit the market for $1.5 million.

At first sight, the apartment seems pretty ordinary. It features a decent size living area, a cozy kitchen with a high top kitchen table, two small, but fairly comfortable bedrooms, and a nice powder room.

The problem?

You have to go inside a closet to bathe yourself.

Photos show the shower head situated next to the kitchen and accessed through a shuttered sliding closet door. There are no windows.

The shower next to the kitchen and near the living room.
The shower next to the kitchen and near the living room.
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A view of the proximity of the shower and the kitchen.
A view of the proximity of the closet shower and the kitchen.
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A view of the floor plan.
A view of the floor plan.
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The powder room.
The powder room.
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A plus is being able to smell a roasting chicken while you shower.

If that sounds like a hot, wet mess for $1.5 million, that because the listing is actually for two side-by-side apartments seperated by a small hallway.

“This is the canvas you’ve been waiting for if you’re one of the many people that ‘WANT A GUT RENOVATION PROJECT,’” the listing appropriately notes. “Bring your imagination and bring your designer… not to mention (okay I know I already mentioned it) the location!!”

“It’s not everyday that an opportunity to create your dream two bedroom apartment in a dream location comes around.”

The hallway connected both apartments.
The hallway connecting both apartments.
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The full kitchen.
The kitchen.
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The living room.
A second living space.
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One of two bedrooms.
One of two bedrooms.
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The second bedroom.
The second bedroom.
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Located on the top floor of a walk up building, which ambitiously touted as the “penthouse floor,” features include light, wood floors and views of the tree-lined West 10th Street.

Building amenities include a roof deck, laundry and a bicycle room, and comes with a live in super.

But don’t even think about washing your dog in that handy kitchen shower: The listing explains that only cats are allowed.

Steven Clair with Compass holds the listing.



This story originally Appeared on Nypost.com