We’ve seen our fair share of tiny houses with huge price tags, especially in central London – and this is another that’s caught our attention.
A unique two-bedroom house that measures just 2.2 metres wide – not even the size of a bus – has been listed by Zoopla for £750,000.
This property in the sought out London location of Queen’s Road between East Sheen and Barnes is the perfect home for those looking for something unusual.
Thanks to its clever Tardis-style layout, the home provides a surprising amount of space despite being impossibly narrow – and it even has a secret garden.
Oozing charm and character throughout, the narrow house leads to a much larger space with rooms stretching right back.
As you walk through the front door, you’ll find stairs leading up to a raised kitchen/breakfast room with an eating area, storage and an open view through to the back reception with stairs leading down to the bright and airy open-plan lounge.
The reception room in the property is the narrowest part at just 2.23m, making it thinner than a double-decker bus.
The lounge features detailing such as a high-level bookcase, sitting/tv area, a side door to the outside and bi-folding doors which open out onto a small but beautiful garden.
Surprisingly, the garden is much wider than the rooms inside, offering seating areas and a covered ‘natural’ pergola.
Meanwhile, on the first floor, there is a landing with storage, a shower room with sliding doors and a front bedroom with exposed brick wall and large windows.
There’s also a double bedroom at the rear of the property with built-in wardrobes.
But what’s more, there’s also a hidden basement storage unit, so you won’t be short on space.
The property is situated in the highly sought-after Queen’s Road in the heart of the ‘Royals’ area of SW14.
It also has excellent access to Mortlake Station, local shops and amenities as well as a number of Ofsted-rated ‘outstanding’ primary schools.