THIS extremely narrow house was put on the market for Â£ 80,000, but the front hides a secret that reveals there is a lot more to the property than it looks.
The two-bedroom, one-bath house in Pembroke, near the Welsh coast, appears to be lacking in size – but only from the outside which is only two meters wide.
The property, which is just a 25-minute drive from the Pembrokeshire coast, hides an incredible secret behind its narrow exterior.
The entrance to this quaint house measures only 4.15m by 2.2m (13’8 “x 7’3”) and opens directly into the kitchen, equipped with all the necessary utilities, and even has a bathroom. ‘a retractable kitchen table.
Going from the bright kitchen to the living room, visitors may be confused as to where the whole space comes from.
This ‘Tardis’ house opens onto a large living room, equipped with a wood-burning fireplace and underfloor heating.
Once you venture outside and see this skinny house from behind, the mystery seems to be resolved – the house widens out at the back and becomes double the width of the front of the property.
This narrow house even has utility space and a storage shed surrounded by a courtyard and a large garden with a display of wild flowers.
Up the stairs, the property has two spacious bedrooms and a large bathroom fitted with a full size tub.
This narrow house is just a short walk from medieval Pembroke Castle, which has 1000 years of history.
The town of Pembroke, just a five-minute walk away, is full of cafes, shops and schools.
The home’s light and airy design makes the interior appear much larger than its exterior – which is probably why realtors strongly recommend viewing the property in person.
Priced at Â£ 79,000, if you judge this slim coastal house up front, you might be missing out on a good deal.
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