his skinny house in southwest London is just eight feet wide – but has been marketed for £ 300,000.
The house, in Twickenham, was originally built as a ‘grandmother’s annex’ to the adjoining full-size terraced house and has since been converted to a one bedroom property.
Her mezzanine bedroom is nestled just above the fridge and her narrow living room opens onto a surprisingly spacious garden.
The property offers 322 square feet of indoor space – while its garden is over 1,500 square feet.
It comes with off-street parking and its own private driveway in the wealthy Third Cross Road, a short walk from the River Thames.
Jackson-Stops & Staff real estate agents say the apartment has generated great interest since it went on the market a week ago.
Officer Tom Millington said: “It’s 51A, and the land was part of 51. Now it was kind of a grandma’s annex for the next door, then whoever sold it. at the time he was separated.
“We’ve had a lot of interest. Now I have a request to go take a look, and we’ve had quite a few viewings this week.”
He added: “It seems to be quite popular. It’s not calm, let’s put it that way.”
The real estate agency said it now plans to sell the house “very quickly”.
The average asking price for a house in Twickenham is around £ 700,000, according to the real estate website Zoopla.