The thinnest home In London’s Shepherd Bush neighbourhood is up for sale for $950,000 and is only six feet wide in some parts. Here’s a sneak peek into the skinniest home in London that is grabbing everyone’s attention!
This quirky home in West London is just 5 ft 6 inches sandwiched between a doctor’s clinic and a hairdresser salon. This five-floor house was originally a Victorian hat shop which was built in the late 19th century. The house was later purchased by a fashion photographer- Jurgen Teller who converted it into a five-storey property. This charming house boasts of 1034 square feet of space comprising of two bedrooms, a landscaped garden and a beautiful roof terrace.
Every floor in the house has a different story to tell as each owner has added their own taste to the property that sets it apart from the other houses in London.
This quirky home is equipped with modern amenities like AGA powered nest controlled central heating system, an original deco bath tub, a roof terrace, double full-height glass doors leading from the glazed dining area directly into the private patio garden.
The House Interiors of the Thinnest Home in London
This unique home comprises a dinning room with double glazed wooden door, a tiny kitchen with a dark green AGA and shaker-style cabinets. As you enter the house on the ground floor, you will find a reception area, one bedroom and one study room. This one of a kind property has very old fashioned glass façade.
The spiral staircase will take you to the second floor where you can find a dressing room and a shower room while the third floor comprises another bedroom. The garden area of the house may not be spacious but it offers a peaceful ambience to relax after a hectic day at work. The narrowest part in the house is the kitchen area that opens up into the dining space, which is double the size.
The terrace roof has a an adorable tiny sitting area that offers the uninterrupted views of West London.