Does size matter? Not for the owners of this tiny property, which has been dubbed 'London's skinniest house'...
We all know that when it comes to property, space comes at a price. And for buyers in the capital even the smallest patch of land commands a premium.
Enter London’s ‘skinniest house’. Yes this little home, the size zero of townhouses, has shimmied its way in to a corner of south London. Denmark Hill, to be precise.
And we’re quite impressed with what this small one-bedroom property has to offer.
The interior offers a lesson in small-space living – with streamlined
furniture such as a daybed tucked under the stairs – and plenty of
shelving to make the most of vertical storage space.
If ever there was a bijou property, this is it. At just 466 square feet, the house is situated on land that was once a side garden. The kitchen measures just 5ft 2 inches across.
While narrow, the 75ft garden still packs in a small decked area, lawn, borders and even a shed.
Despite its size the estate agents are confident that this pint-sized
property will sell quickly. The compact home is across the road from
Denmark Hill station and ‘excellent for commuters wanting a
pied-à-terre’, according to Warren McCann of Foxtons in East Dulwich.
Yours for £450,000. Well, if you live in London and dream of owning a freehold house instead of a £400k flat, this could just look like a bargain…
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