There’s a slim chance the average person would be able to afford to buy what’s believed to be the thinnest house in London.
The five-floor property, located in the Shepherd’s Bush neighborhood of West London, measures 5-feet, 5-inches wide at the narrowest part of the house, and boasts two bedrooms, one bathroom, a kitchen, a garden and roof terrace.
The 1,034-square-foot flat, once a hat shop, is on the market for a cool 995,000 pounds, or just under $1.3 million – more than double what it sold for 11 years ago.
Design details include parquet flooring throughout the home, Crittall-style doors leading out to the garden, a spiral staircase to the first floor and a deco style bathtub.
It’s also located between a restaurant and a salon, if that sweetens the deal for any prospective buyers.
“Each owner has sprinkled their own fairy dust on it. The current owner likens it to a classic car – she’s tinkering with it constantly,” said Simon Waller, who is overseeing the sale of the property, in a statement to The Telegraph. “You could get lost in the different worlds over the five floors.”