Real estate is a funny business. You can’t always go by the logic of area, or even the location. Sometimes, just the novelty of a house being extremely thin can fetch ridiculously huge prices. Take this house for example, which is apparently the thinnest house in Britain. It is 66 inches wide and is located on Goldhawk Road in Shepherd’s Bush, west London.
There is a shortage of property certainly in London, and also the property is located near new Westfield Shopping Centre and is 7 minutes from the tube. However, the ridiculous price tag of £549,950.00 comes with the novelty. It is so thin that you could barely lie down in comfort if you have to stretch your legs width wise.
The idea of living in the Thinnest House of Britain may also be the reason for its high price. Nevertheless, the house is pretty large and comes with 5 floors and 1,000 sq of built space. If you would like to buy and live in a house that is completely novel, I must say the Britain’s Skinniest House is the one for you. Moreover, the house is quite charming as well.
Via: The Daily Dust