Buyers flush with cash for Fulham loo and Hammersmith gravedigger's hut
Public toilets and cemetery lodgings sold off for large amounts of dosh
Not everyone's idea of fun is living in a graveyard.
But one buyer defied the credit crunch and snapped up a disused gravedigger's hut on the edge of Margravine Cemetery in Hammersmith for a staggering £344,000 on October 27.
The sale of South Lodge was £69,000 more than predicted, and bucks the trend of falling house prices around the UK.
A former public loo in Fulham has also been sold at the same auction for a flush £403,000.
November 06, 2008