A luxurious London house, covered with frescoes depicting world dictators, is rented out for £ 35,000. Usually when looking for a house for rent, you pay attention to the epithets, with which the landlords describe the house. For example, the word "cozy" means small space, usually designed for family couples. "Original design" implies something outstanding, something rare. However, would you think that "luxurious" or "unique" means that your house will be covered with frescoes of world dictators?
I think you did not think of that. But here, just for the price of 35 thousand pounds sterling, you can experience an unrivaled sense of Saddam Hussein's presence during shower. In a whimsical furnished house there are also huge portraits of Lenin and Mao in the living room. Currently, the London house belongs to Roland Emmerich, the director of the films "Godzilla" and "10 thousand years before our era." The townhouse of 433 square meters can boast about five bedrooms, three living rooms, five bathrooms, two private terraces, two offices and even a cinema.