This historic row house in London, England measures in at a mere six feet wide.
There are many humans taller than that. Heck, maybe even wider than that!
You can almost miss the indigo blue sliver of a house at 110 Goldhawk Road in London, wedged between two store front buildings.
From the exterior, it is quaint and traditional.
But on the inside, it is modern, minimalist, and light-filled.
Despite its unconventional width, it has everything a home should have: kitchen….
Even some outdoor space!
Beautiful bathroom with vintage deco tub:
Not one, but TWO bedrooms!
To put the size of this place in perspective, in the photo below you can see that it is exactly ONE BATHTUB length wide:
The skinny house also has a rooftop patio garden:
And looking down, you can see the tiny backyard:
Unfortunately, the thinnest house in England does not have a price tag to match.
The sellers are asking a whopping $1,324,300 USD!
Still, it is one of the most unique properties in London.
But if you blink, you might miss it!