Narrow house

Terraced house on the market for £100,000 – but it’s so narrow you might miss it

A terraced house on the Greater Manchester market for £100,000 might seem like a bargain, but the house is so tight you might not even notice it at first sight.

The house is so thin you might miss it walking down the street

As first-time buyers continue to struggle to get on the property ladder, affordable homes that don’t need a full renovation are looking harder and harder to find.

But a terraced house in Greater Manchester which recently hit the market for £100,000 is ready to move into straight away without redecorating – as long as you’re not claustrophobic.

The small two-bedroom property in Rochdale is half the size of the two mid-size terraced houses it is wedged between, reports the Manchester Evening News, and is so slim you could miss it when walking down the street.

However, despite its narrow width at the front, the house actually extends slightly to the rear.







The kitchen is small but decorated to a high standard
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When you first enter the house you will be greeted by the kitchen, which features modern gray cabinet fronts but is less than two meters wide.

And although the fitted kitchen has the same slender width as the exterior facade, the seating area is three and a half meters wide.

Upstairs, the bathroom and the first bedroom are both 1.9 meters wide, but following the same pattern as the ground floor, the second bedroom at the back of the house is wider by 2.7 meters.

The house is certainly tighter than most terraced houses, but the £100,000 price tag makes it a great investment opportunity compared to the average house price in Greater Manchester, which is around £249,000.







Rooms are also incredibly cramped
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Cowell & Norford estate agents described the tiny house as “perfect for a first-time buyer or investor”.

The property is located in the semi-rural area of ​​Littleborough and is close to open countryside, ideal for walkers and cyclists.

Those looking to travel to Manchester are also in luck with the house, as it is also close to the center of Littleborough village and the train station.

Meanwhile, we also recently shared how a tiny apartment with holes in the bedroom floor hit the market for a staggering £575,000.







The bathroom has everything you need
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The one-bed flat in Fitzrovia, Westminster, has a grid-style floor on the mezzanine level where the bed seems precariously placed, but if you can get past the single sleeping space, the rest of the small flat is decorated fashionable furniture.

In more unusual property news, a two-bed bungalow recently came on the market for £350,000 – but there’s a nasty surprise in the front garden.

Buyers will have to support the enormous electric pylon which is just in front of the living room.

Unsurprisingly, the property costs £75,000 less than the average street house price, located in Nursling, Southampton.

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