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Ok, it's Kensington, but still. This is ridiculous.
This two bedroom house is only seven feet wide.
The diameter needed to swing a cat has been previously estimated as roughly 10 feet, so you literally couldn't swing a cat in this house.
Seven feet, over three storeys, somehow jamming in a kitchen, a drawing room, a roof terrace, two bedrooms, and an en suite bathroom.
Oh and a BLOODY FIREPLACE. The extravagance.
The property is being sold by Winkworth Estate Agents, and Josh Grinling, one of their agents, told the Evening Standard that the property had spurred a lot of interest.
I can’t confirm if it is the narrowest house in Central London but it is the narrowest in Kensington and Chelsea, and certainly the narrowest I have ever seen.
Grinling said he'd sold the house three times during his time at the estate agents, attractive due to its low pricetag.
Maybe it's because you're getting a roof terrace, on which you can just about fit a table and two chairs.
No more than two, though. So if you're moving in as a couple, then don't have kids.
This 49 square metres on three floors can be yours for only £1.25 million.
That's only roughly £25,500 per square metre. Bargain.
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