PHOTO: The property is a former hat shop and the external facade is painted in blue. Picture credit: Winkworth/TheSun Source: Supplied
The narrowest home in London – which stands at only 1.65m wide – is now up for grabs, with an eye-popping asking price of $1.81 million (£995,000).
Some parts of the five-storey property in Shepherd’s Bush, West London, aren’t actually wide enough for a grown adult to lie in, TheSun reports.
And at just 7.3m long, the house that was once a hat shop is shorter than half a tennis court.
Even though it is small in size, it will be a tight squeeze on any budding buyers’ budget, having almost doubled in value in a decade.
It was last sold in 2009 for $1.09 million (£595,000) to a lawyer who is now moving abroad.
With an asking price of nearly £1 million, the tiny house costs more than a 16th-century castle in Wales that went up for sale in early September
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