A five-storey house in Shepherd’s Bush, west London, has gone on the market for £950,000.
A snip for the location, I hear you say. There’s a teeny weeny catch, though – measuring just 5ft 5in in width, it is London’s narrowest home.
Thankfully, the former hat shop is somewhat bigger on the inside, offering a surprising 1,034 sq ft of space. And it certainly crams in a lot across its five floors, with a 24ft-long kitchen, spiral staircase, two bedrooms, study, patio garden and roof terrace.
The property was converted by fashion photographer Juergen Teller in the 1990s and is wedged between two retail stores on Goldhawk Road.
So, if you’re on the hunt for something tall and skinny or are a fan of widish corridors, it could be right up your street.
Good luck with getting the furniture in, though.